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You have a patient that is on a bowel regimen but he has not had a bowel movement in 4 days. What is your next step?
You are assisting a resident with ambulation. This patient uses a cane for ambulation. How should you assist this patient?
You are providing education to a female resident about proper perineal care to promote self care. You explain to your patient that it is important to wipe from the front to the back to prevent bacteria from spreading from the rectum to the what?
You are assisting a diabetic patient with eating and he only finished 25% of his meal. What should you do?
You assess your patient and he has a fever of 102.1, HR 101, RR 22. The patient appears sweaty. He most likely has what?
You have an infant that you are caring for on your unit. What is the MOST accurate way to retrieve a temperature on this patient?
Which is the BEST way to take an apical pulse?
You are performing CPR on an adult patient. At what rate should you use to properly provide CPR?
You are performing CPR on an adult patient. What is the correct depth per compression you should use?
You are performing CPR with a second rescuer available to you. You are performing chest compressions. The second rescuer is giving oxygen via bag and mask. At what rate should the second rescuer provide breaths to the patient is cardiac arrest?
Contact precautions include what?
A patient is experiencing dark stools. Which of the following conditions is the patient likely experiencing?
You are turning a patient during your rounds. What is the best way to ensure you do not pull the Foley catheter out?
What is the proper measurement for measuring bodily fluids?
You have been busy during your 12 hour shift and haven’t been able to empty your patient’s Foley bag. You go in right before your shift is over to document output. What output amount would bring caution?
You have a patient on strict dysphagia precautions. The cafeteria sent her up a lunch tray. What item would you question if it arrived on the patient’s tray?
You have a patient who is sweating, has a low heart rate, fruity smelling breath, and can barely speak to you. What is the next step you would take?
Which of these are important for the care of a diabetic patient?
The patient that is bed bound is at risk for which of the following?
Which of the following happens when a patient has a stroke?
Which of the following is the BEST way to prevent the spreading of germs?
The patient is lying in the supine position. In what position is the patient’s bed?
Which of the following is an example of subjective information?
You are using a pulse oximeter on a patient. You know a pulse oximeter is used to measure what?
You have a patient that has incontinence who wears briefs. What is necessary for patients with stress incontinence?
You have a 70 year old patient that is usually pleasant and easy going. Today she has cognitive delays, is hitting and kicking, and does not know who the staff are. Which condition is the patient likely experiencing?
Which of the following interventions should the CNA use to promote skin integrity?
The care plan for a client indicates they should be repositioned every two hours when in bed. Which of the following is the rationale for this nursing intervention?
Which of the following should be included when beginning to reposition a patient higher in the bed?
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware of the importance of meeting the elderly resident’s emotional needs. This can be accomplished by regularly checking on the resident, keeping the call light within reach, and modifications of equipment and use of devices to prevent falls. All of these measures meet what emotional need of the elder?
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) understands that volunteering in the community, joining a senior citizen group, and exploring new hobbies and interests can help make the elder person’s life more fulfilling. These activities can do what for the resident’s outlook?
Seniors like to make their own decisions and can do so unless they are cognitively declining. The Certified Nursing Assistant is aware that one of the best ways to respect the resident’s decisions is to do what?
The Certified Nursing Assistant is aware that the resident sleeping more than usual, lack of interest in once-loved activities, and withdrawal from family and friends can be a sign of what condition?
You have a patient experiencing the end of life. What would you expect the plan of care to include?
When a resident is acting out or having behavioral disturbances, the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware of what action should be taken first?
What is one reason why performing post-mortem care is essential?
You notice a resident screaming at a co-worker? What should the aide do?
You have a resident on day shift that is refusing a shower. He has not had a shower in 3 days. How would you respond to this resident?
You are providing perineal care to a resident when a second CNA barges into the room without knocking. What would you say to the CNA?
You have a resident that has specific religious beliefs and has asked the kitchen to not send certain items on her tray. Upon delivering her tray the resident tells you that she cannot eat this tray because of her religious beliefs. As the CNA, what is your next step?
A resident is hitting and kicking you while you and another CNA are trying to provide care. What should you do?
You as the CNA see a nurse give a patient milk, which the patient is allergic to. This nurse has been made aware of the patient’s allergy multiple times and has been asked to stop giving the patient milk on several occasions. What is your next step?
You need to use a hoyer lift to transfer a patient. The patient is a two-assist. You’re in a hurry. You bring the hoyer lift into the room and the resident asks, “Are you going to get someone to help you?” What should you tell the patient?
One of the residents gets confused at night and wanders into other residents’ rooms. The CNA should
A resident’s family member provided them with a pornographic magazine. The CNA should:
A resident wants a copy of their medical records. The CNA should
The resident refuses to eat vegetables with meals or as snacks. The CNA should:
Two unmarried residents are cuddling in a common area. The CNA should:
A CNA is asked by another CNA to help get a resident up from the floor but is not told what happened. The CNA should:
If asked to sign a resident’s will, the CNA should:
Upon finding some unlabeled pills in a nightstand, the CNA should
A resident’s room is sloppy and the resident won’t tidy up. The CNA should:
You have a 75 year old patient that has multiple bruises in different stages of healing to the torso, arms, and back. What is the next step you should take?
You have a patient that has recently been to his oncologist. The oncologist informed the patient’s daughter that the patient’s cancer is back. The daughter informs you of this but asks you not to tell the patient. How would you approach this situation?
You are caring for a patient that tells you, “I overheard the nurse telling my roommate that my roommate has cancer. Is he going to be okay? What type of cancer is it?” You know that you should
Bedmaking technique includes eliminating wrinkles in the sheets. The CNA knows this technique assists to:
Which of the following represents the correct selection of size for a blood pressure cuff?
The CNA measures the blood pressure of a client to be 200/ 180. The client is not in distress. What should the CNA do next?
Which of the following would the CNA anticipate participating in as part of client care during the shift assignment?
The CNA is assisting a client who is on swallowing precautions after a cerebral vascular accident. Which of the following should be incorporated into the plan of care for this client?
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