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A conversation about a client in the hospital’s elevator violates the
The client’s Bill of Rights includes:
All long-term care nurse aides must be competency evaluated and must complete a distinct educational course. These requirements are set by
When restraints are in use, the nurse aide should report all of the following EXCEPT
The charge nurse instructs the nurse aide to clean an ECF resident’s closet. The nurse aide should
The nurse aide is told to bring a client by wheelchair to the X-Ray Department and covers the client with a robe, blanket, and slippers. The nurse aide has maintained the client’s
When providing morning (a.m.) care for the client, the nurse aide should
After assisting a client to the bedside commode, the nurse aide should
When giving a bed bath, the nurse aide should
Which of the following is not a way to offer respect and dignity to a patient?
While providing personal care for a client, the nurse aide should
A resident refuses to go to physical therapy one morning. The nurse aide reports this to the charge nurse, who discusses this with the resident. The resident states that she will go to physical therapy the next day. The nurse aide understands that the resident
In caring for a confused elderly man, it is important to remember to
Security for a client’s dentures includes
Confidentiality refers to
It is important to remember that dying patients
If a nurse aide sees another employee hit a client, the nurse aide should
A hearing-impaired client has the right to all of the following EXCEPT
The doctor writes an order for “do not resuscitate” (DNR). What does this mean?
When family members visit a client, the visitors should