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ACSM 030-333 Exam

Certification Provider: ACSM
Exam Name: ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Duration: 90 Minutes
Number of questions in our database: 160
Exam Version: 27-07-2021
030-333 Exam Official Topics:
  • Topic 1: Patient/Client Assessment
  • Topic 2: Exercise Prescription
  • Topic 3: Program Implementation and Ongoing Support

Free ACSM 030-333 Exam Actual Questions

The questions for 030-333 were last updated On 27-07-2021

Question #1

A client taking a calcium-channel blocker most likely will exhibit which of the following responses during exercise?

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Correct Answer: C

Question #2

Which of the following is an appropriate exercise for clients with diabetes and loss of protective sention in the extremities?

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Correct Answer: D

Question #3

What common medication taken by clients with end-stage renal disease requires careful

management for those undergoing hemodialysis?

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Correct Answer: A

Question #4

All of the following are special considerations inprescribing exercise for the client with

arthritis EXCEPT

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Correct Answer: B

Question #5

A 62-year-old, obese factory worker complains of pain in his right shoulder on arm

abduction; on evaluation, decreased ROM and strength are noted. You also notice that he

is beginning to use accessory muscles to substitute movements and to compensate. These

symptoms may indicate

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Correct Answer: B

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