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When a person is receiving end-of-life care, the resident’s care plan is likely to include
When checking the resident’s urinary drainage bag, the nurse aide observes that the resident has had about 50 ccs (mls) of urine output in the last six hours. What should the nurse aide do first?
Which of the following is an example of disinfection?
Which of the following is an observation often seen when a resident is impacted?
The care plan requires that the resident be ambulated 100 feet twice a day at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. When the nurse aide arrives to walk the resident at 10 a.m., the resident refuses. Which of the following is the best response by the nurse aide?
When bathing a resident, the nurse aide observes that the resident’s great toe is red and swollen. Which of the following is the appropriate action by the nurse aide?
The nurse aide is to obtain a resident’s weight. The nurse aide should
When feeding a resident, the nurse aide notices that the resident keeps coughing after each drink of fluids. What is the appropriate response by the nurse aide?
A resident usually responds verbally to the nurse aide’s greetings, but this morning the resident seems to be having trouble waking up. The resident is not talking but is breathing and warm. The nurse aide’s next action should be to
While helping the resident to get dressed, the nurse aide observes that the resident’s breathing is faster. The resident says she feels tired. What should be the nurse aide’s first action?
A resident whose husband died a few years ago, says, “I have got to get dinner started. My husband will be home from work soon.” What is the best way for the nurse aide to respond?
A resident says, “I am not going to eat this food. It is poisoned,” What is the best response by the nurse aide?
A nurse aide hears another staff member yelling and cursing at a resident. This is an example of
Which of the following is considered A normal age-related changes in elderly residents?
A resident who used to go to the bathroom by herself now asks for assistance to walk to the bathroom. What is the appropriate response by the nurse aide?
A resident likes to eat breakfast in the dining room with other residents. The resident is slow when getting dressed each morning so the resident’s friends are often leaving when the resident gets to the dining room. The nurse aide should
What should a nurse aide do with a disposable razor?
A resident has an indwelling urinary catheter. Which of the following is part of the catheter care procedure performed by the nurse aide?
To help prevent burns to residents during meals, the nurse aide should
A resident’s leg has recently been amputated. Since the surgery, the resident has not wanted to leave his room. What response by the nurse aide is most supportive?
A resident falls from her chair when she has a seizure. Before the nurse arrives, the seizure is finished and the nurse aide observes the resident is breathing. What should the nurse aide do next?
A resident has an indwelling urinary catheter. When the resident sits in a wheelchair, where should the nurse aide place the drainage bag?
Which of the following is a right of nursing home residents?
A resident reports that his wrist watch is missing. The nurse aide should ask
Which of the following is generally experienced by a resident with low blood sugar
A resident, who is usually alert and oriented, is having difficulty remembering where he is today. What should the nurse aide do first?
Why is it important to check the fee of a resident with diabetes at least once a day?
The purpose of a gait or transfer belt is to
A resident is scheduled for a morning shower but is refusing to take one. The best response by the nurse aide is to
Which of the following is the best example of using reality orientation for a resident with early dementia?
When helping admit a new resident, the nurse aide notices the resident’s right-sided weakness from a stroke. The resident asks for help to the bathroom. Before assisting the resident, the nurse aide should
A resident with an in dwelling catheter says, “I need to urinate.” Which of the following is the best response by the nurse aide?
“Sundowning” is a term used to describe when resident
A resident must have assistance to walk. When leaving the resident in the resident’s room, what must the nurse aide do before leaving the room
The nurse aid’s role in assisting with a bowel and bladder retraining program includes
A few minutes before the end of the shift, a resident calls and whispers to the nurse aide, “I had an accident. I wet myself.” What should the nurse aide do?
A nurse aide enters a room to help the resident to the bathroom. A trash can in the room is on fire. What should the nurse aide do first?
The nurse aide receives resident assignments from the charge nurse at the beginning of the shift. When planning priorities it will be most important for the nurse aide to
How much assistance does a resident receiving PROM need from the nurse aide?
When feeding a resident who is lying in bed, the head of the bed is raised to
A nurse aide notices that a resident with dementia is walking with a limp on the right foot. The nurse aide’s first response should be to
Which of the following describes an important requirement when providing colostomy care?
What is the main purpose of a restorative care program?
When caring for a resident who is comatose, the nurse aid is expected to
Which statement is true about the effects of aging?
An alert resident has requested to be left alone with her husband who is visiting. The resident closes the door to her room. What should the nurse aide do?
A resident says she is 5 feet 6 inches tall. When the nurse aide measures the resident’s height, the resident is 5 feet 4 inches. What should the nurse aide do?
Which member of the health care team counsels residents and their families and arranges for needed services?
When going to take routine vital signs, the nurse aide discovers that a minister is praying with the resident. The nurse aide should
The goal when removing gloves that are soiled is to
To help prevent residents who are confused from accidentally leaving the nursing home, the nursing home may
When moving a resident in bed, a lift or turning sheet may be used to help prevent
A resident with a feeding tube is scheduled for a shower. The resident’s feeding tube is connected to a pump. Which of the following is the appropriate response by the nurse aide?
How should the nurse aide respond when a resident tries to talk about the recent death of another resident?
When providing foot care, the nurse aide observed an open sore on the resident’s foot. The nurse aide should
When helping a resident transfer from a bed to a chair, which of the following best demonstrates appropriate safety techniques?
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is important to the nurse aide because it
While watching the resident’s in the dining room, a nurse aide notices that a resident is eating very little lunch. It is most important that the nurse aide
A nurse aide is giving a resident a bed bath. Which of the following should the nurse aide do during the bed bath?