Answersheet: Illinois Cosmetologists 2019

Illinois Cosmetologists 2019

Repetitive Motion Injuries in the Salon and Spa

Course # P4121

Education Category: Infections / Medical Conditions

Release Date: 05/13/2019

Expiration Date: 05/31/2022


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Test Question 1

Carpal tunnel syndrome is an injury to the nerves, muscles, and tendons of the wrist and hand due to the repetitive use of vibrating hand tools.

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Test Question 2

Cases of carpal tunnel syndrome affecting both hands are common.

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Test Question 3

The symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome typically appear gradually and may include decreased grip strength, difficulty distinguishing between hot and cold, and numbness, burning, or tingling in the fingers and palm of the hand.

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Test Question 4

Steroid pills have been show to be more effective than injections in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome.

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Test Question 5

Among hair stylists and associated professions, carpal tunnel syndrome can occur due to the repetitive gripping motion associated with hair cutting, braiding, and wrapping.

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Duration can range from 1 to 12 hourscurrent value: 4

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