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Mr. Brown has an ankle brace. When you remove the brace, you notice a reddened area on the ankle bone. You should
What is a pulse oximeter used to measure?
Mr. Green’s water pitcher holds 1000 cc, It is full when you came on shift. You refill it once during your shift. At the end of the shift it is half full. How much water has Mr. Green had to drink?
Mr. Martin drank 6 ounces of coffee and 3 ounces of orange juice during breakfast. How many cubic centimeters did he drink?
Which one of the following amounts is the proper way to record urinary output?
What is an embolism?
Which symptoms best indicate an instance of urinary tract infection?
The earliest identifying sign for a developing pressure sore is a local ____.
Which of the following diet has no food restrictions?
Food moves more slowly through the digestive tract of older people. What is a common consequence?
The normal heart rate/pulse rate for an adult human is 60-100 bpm. An elevated heart rate can be expected with
Besides hearing, what other function does the ear have?
Which of the following is NOT a sleep aid?
A resident has an indwelling urinary catheter. While making rounds, the nurse aide notices that there is no urine in the drainage bag. The nurse aide should first ____.
Mr. Burns just smoked a cigarette. How long should you wait to take his oral temperature?
A slipknot is used when securing a restraint so that ________.
The medical term for hair loss is called
If your patient has bradycardia, what does that mean?
The definition of scope of practice is?
The nurse asks you to change the urine drainage bag for a patient with an indwelling catheter. If you aren’t sure how to change it, what should you do?
A common eye disorder with a cloudy condition of the lens that reduces eyesight is known as
A health care agency or program for patients who are dying is
Swollen ankles and legs may be signs of
Mrs. Harvey complains of abdominal discomfort. Watery stool has been leaking from her rectum. This could be a sign of
A client who requires a high fiber diet should eat
Hypothermia is a __________.
When taking a blood pressure, you should do all of the following EXCEPT
A resident has diabetes. Which is a common sign of a low blood sugar?
Mrs. Allen has a gastrostomy and the nurse just put Ensure through the feeding tube. The CNA needs to put her in which position for the next 1 to 2 hours?
A patient is nearing death. What should the nurse aide focus on?
When calculating total fluid intake during a 24 hour period, all of the following should be included EXCEPT
The resident’s weight is obtained routinely as a way to check the resident’s __________.
The RN assigns you a task that is in your job description. Which statement is FALSE?
Settings where a CNA can work include
A patient suffering from pneumonia might exhibit symptoms such as
What does the abbreviation BID stand for?
A resident is on a bladder training program. The nurse aide can expect the resident to ______.
What is the condition when patients are unable to control their bladder?
You observe that a patient is bleeding from an IV site. You should
Considering the resident’s activity, which of the following sets of vital signs should be reported to the charge nurse immediately?
Charting is an accurate record of all medical care while in hospital, including therapies given, treatments performed, and the patient’s progress. Information typically found in the chart includes all of the following EXCEPT
Breathing liquids or solids into the airway or lungs is called
Which blood pressure reading would you report to the nurse?
Which specialist is responsible for assisting residents to do everyday activities?
To help prevent resident falls, the nurse aide should
Objective data is any information that is fact. This means that the information is unbiased and multiple people should be able to interpret the information in the same way. All of the following are an example of objective data EXCEPT
Mrs. Andrews has an indwelling urinary catheter. Which is INCORRECT?
A patient has just finished taking a cold beverage. How long should you wait before taking an oral temperature?
Which of the following is an appropriate task for the nurse aide?
The term atrophy refers to an organ or tissue becoming
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