Please refer to Chapter 7 Physiology and Injuries in Sports Case Study Questions with answers provided below. We have provided Case Study Questions for Class 12 Physical Education for all chapters as per CBSE, NCERT and KVS examination guidelines. These case based questions are expected to come in your exams this year. Please practise these case study based Class 12 Physical Education Questions and answers to get more marks in examinations.
Case Study Questions Chapter 7 Physiology and Injuries in Sports
A survey was conducted in a sports academy on the kind of injuries that the athletes/sports persons experienced:
On the basis of the chart given above, answer the following questions:
Question. The sports persons who experienced Laceration could possibly be training in
(a) wicket keeping
Question. Strain being the most common type of injury how is it classified further?
(a) Into three degrees
(b) Into five sub-categories
(c) Into seven styles
(d) Into four types
Question. What do bone injuries include?
(b) Dislocation of jaw and wrist
(c) Tissue damages
(d) Dislocation of hip and shoulder
Identify the following types of fractures and name them:
Answer : Transverse Fracture
Answer : Comminuted Fracture
Answer : Oblique Displaced Fracture
Answer : Greenstick Fracture
A 22-year-old, female athlete sprained her foot while training and was thus barred from the competition.
On the basis of the case given, answer the following questions:
Question. What are the two treatment methods in such a situation?
(a) DICE and SKIES
(b) PRICE and MICE
(c) FLIES and DYES
(d) RISE and FRIES
Question. What sort of first aid should be given to her?
(a) Pressing ice-bags against the injury
(b) Pressing hot-bags against the injury
(c) Tying a steel rod to her foot
(d) Applying an antiseptic lotion
Question. What should be done to reduce swelling and its recurrence?
(a) Frequently move the injured part in reverse direction
(b) Wrap the injured part tightly to stop blood flow
(c) Soak the injured part in warm water
(d) Elevate the injured part above heart level