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Which of the following actions is correct when giving a client a bath?
Which of the following procedures cannot be performed by a nursing assistant?
A client who suffered a left-sided stroke one year ago has unresolved aphasia. The nurse knows that the term aphasia means:
A patient who is immobile may experience which of the following feelings?
The Omnibus Budget and Reconciliation Act (OBRA) requires all nursing homes to do what for their clients?
Range-of-motion exercises are most important for which type of patient to perform?
Which of the following is an example of a nursing assistant’s desired characteristic of reliability?
The term grievance refers to which aspect included in the Patient Bill of Rights?
Which of the following diseases does not require airborne precautions?
The nursing assistant cares for a patient with hepatitis C. The nursing assistant knows that the patient could have come in contact with this disease in which of the following ways?
The nursing assistant cares for a client who is depressed. One day, the client states “I can’t go on any longer. I have made a plan to kill myself. I don’t know if I would follow through with it, but it seems much better than living this life any longer.” Which of the following is the correct action?
When recording data on a legal form, it is considered correct to write with which of the following?
The nursing assistant takes the blood pressure of a patient known for “running low.” To her surprise, the reading is 155 over 85. Which of the following factors might be directly responsible?
What is the difference between Sims position and left lateral position?
When assisting the resident to transfer from the bed to a chair, the nursing assistant knows it is necessary to do all of the following EXCEPT:
When applying a jacket restraint to a patient, it is most important to:
Choose the observation that should be reported to the nurse STAT.
Which of the following best describes the concept of empathy?
Another term that is similar to the word convulsion is:
Which of the following bedtime snacks should a patient choose in order to increase their intake of vitamin D?
Diabetes is a disease of which primary body system?
Which of the following is the leading cause of accidental death in those 85 years of age and older?
All of the following factors may interfere with elimination EXCEPT:
During a bath, the three most important things for the resident are:
A nursing assistant arrives at work. Three hours into the shift, she feels chilled and takes her temperature. The read-out is 101.0 degrees F. The correct action is to:
A nursing assistant happens to witness a patient fall and is asked to document what happened. Which of the following statements is written correctly for legal documentation?
Which of the following disorders are said to be irreversible?
The abbreviation Rx indicates:
The nursing assistant cares for a diabetic client. Which of the following symptoms in this client should be immediately reported?
It would be inappropriate to utilize an alcohol-based hand sanitizer in which of the following situations?
The nursing assistant knows that urine is normally:
The nursing assistant is helping a male patient to use the urinal. She pulls the curtain around the bed for privacy before saying:
A patient is undergoing bowel training. The nursing assistant knows that bowel training:
The nursing assistant would suspect that one of her patients is having a problem with swallowing if she notices which of the following?
When caring for a patient, the nursing assistant notices that the patient is bleeding around an IV site. Which of the following is the most appropriate action to take?
Rectal temperatures are usually taken on patients who are:
A typical blood pressure around the upper arm should NOT be taken when the patient:
Which of the following is an example of nonverbal communication?
Which of the following is an example of emotional liability?
The nursing assistant speaks with the nursing facility’s ombudsman. The role of this position is to:
An eighty-five year-old resident at a longterm care facility is signing up for an afternoon activity. The resident asks the nursing assistant which choice she thinks is best. Which of the following should the nursing assistant suggest?
The nursing assistant knows that the term “pulse deficit” refers to:
A nursing assistant watches a nurse teach a client about heart failure. The client has many questions and seems more confused rather than less. Which of the following strategies is best in regard to teaching?
The nursing assistant cares for a client with AIDS. The nursing assistant knows that AIDS patients require what type of precautions?
When the nursing assistant brings the client his tray for lunch, the client repeats questions twice before remembering the answer. The nursing assistant knows that the client had a fall two days ago. Which of the following actions is correct?
A nursing assistant who suspects a resident is being abused by someone in the facility should report it to
A nursing assistant cares for a resident who has a cast on the left arm. While receiving a bed bath, the nursing assistant notices that the fingers on the client’s left hand are cold. Which of the following actions should the nursing assistant take next?
A client in the hospital announces that he is leaving this minute and that no one can stop him. The nursing assistant should:
A patient with a respiratory illness complains of thick, sticky secretions that are hard to cough up. The nursing assistant knows to suggest which of the following?
A patient has a fever and describes feeling very uncomfortable. Which of the following recommendations is best for the nursing assistant to provide?
The nursing assistant overhears the nurse say to the patient that he has a “bulging tympanic membrane.” What does this most likely mean?
A patient who has recently been paralyzed below the waist due to a motorcycle accident refuses his medications from the nurse. The patient then refuses to say anything. What is the nursing assistant’s best response?
A 52-year-old homeless man has just been admitted to the ER with a core body temperature of 90.2 degrees F. The doctor diagnoses the man with hypothermia. The nursing assistant knows that the organ most under stress from the low body temperature is the:
The nursing assistant receives her assignment for the shift and notices that she does not have a nurse assigned to her group. What action should she take next?
A nursing assistant begins caring for a client during a bed bath and notes he has a reddened, intact area on his coccyx. Which of the following correctly describes this condition?
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