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Which option is the most important for effective communication with a completely deaf patient?
Which of the following should a nursing assistant do if a patient becomes upset and frustrated?
Which of the following options best describes the most likely reaction that a patient would have after overhearing a nursing assistant criticize their fellow co-workers?
Your patient tells you that he is frustrated and plans on leaving the building without having received medical approval. They say they have already called their relatives. What should your first line of communication be?
If your patient is unable to smell smoke, they increase their use of salt and sugar on foods, they ask for a magnifying glass to read and they ask for the volume to be turned up while they are watching television; what would the most likely diagnoses be?
One of the following is extremely important when a patient is being admitted to a new care facility. Which is the best choice?
When beginning a procedure on a patient, there are certain steps to follow from start to finish. As a nursing assistant, it is extremely important to do which of the following tasks FIRST in the process:
Which of the following must be reported to the charge nurse “STAT?”
Assuring your patient that you are listening is usually the best response to give. Which of the options below would be the best method of exhibiting good listening skills?
A patient who has difficulties with their memory, needs a nursing assistant who will:
You are asked to ambulate a patient BID during your shift. That means you will ambulate the patient how often?
Which of the following options is not at all helpful when dealing with a patient who has a speech impairment?
Some non-verbal communication could send a negative message to your patient. Which of the following is an example of this?
Of the following options, which one contributes to bad communication between a nursing assistant and a resident?
Which of the following is not a part of the process for documenting in a patient’s medical record?
There is a process that an NA must follow upon entering a patient’s room for the first time. Which of the following is NOT a part of that process?
A patient’s input and output must be documented:
Each of the following are symptoms of a possible visual impairment, except:
You have been told that you left something important off the patient’s daily input chart. All of the following must always be included except:
Which of the following options would NOT be a primary reason for an indwelling catheter to be taped down?