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What is included in the UIL physical exam form?

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The University Interscholastic League physical exam form includes a section for the student's basic information and a section to mark any abnormal findings. At the bottom of the form, the health care practitioner marks whether or not the student is cleared for participation in school activities. The physical exam form is part of the UIL Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation, and the form is available on UILTexas.org as of 2016.

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Basic information the practitioner records on the form includes the student's name, sex, age and date of birth. The practitioner then obtains and records the student's height, weight, pulse, blood pressure and vision quality.

The examination form includes several items under the Medical and Musculoskeletal headings. Next to each item, the practitioner marks whether that item is normal or there are abnormal findings. After marking a clearance option, the practitioner signs and dates the bottom of the form. If the practitioner doesn't clear the student, he must include a reason why. He can also write recommendations in the clearance section.

To view UIL forms on UILTexas.org, visit the website's home page and place the cursor over Athletics. On the drop-down menu that appears, click Forms. The site groups forms by category. Click a form to open it. Forms open either on the site or as PDF documents.

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