This interactive online course helps you the latest information on over-the-counter and prescription medications commonly used in athletics. The course includes the text, Therapeutic Medication in Athletic Training.
One of the most popular print courses in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) PASS program has been revised and is now available in an online format. The course includes a print text, Therapeutic Medications in Athletic Training, Second Edition, as well as online activities and an online CEU test.
Medications are used by athletes of all levels to treat hypertension, allergies, asthma, and a host of other conditions. These medications allow athletes to participate in the sports at an optimal level. Thus, as an athletic trainer, you need to keep abreast of the most current medications. Therapeutic Medications in Athletic Training, Second Edition, will help you update your knowledge of commonly used medications.
The text provides the latest information on over-the-counter and prescription medications commonly used in athletics. It will help you review pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetic principles and keep informed of the advances in a variety of medications for infections, skin conditions, pain, and inflammation. The text has been expanded to include medications for diabetes and respiratory, gastrointestinal, circulatory, and neurological conditions. It also includes numerous charts to give you easy access to the indications, contraindications, side effects, and adverse reactions for each type of medication. The new online course format features interactive case studies of virtual athletes to help you apply your knowledge of the various medications.
With these updates, this course will make it easier for you to provide the best care possible for your athletes.
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Canadian Kinesiology Alliance
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