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A resident has suffered a stroke. As a nursing assistant, you’ve been asked to help with ambulation. The best position for doing this would be ____.
When performing care activities, gloves should be worn ____.
A nurse asks you to perform something “stat”. This means do it ____.
The best source of Vitamin D is found in which of these foods?
Part of your role as a nursing assistant is to be delegated tasks throughout your shift. In which of these examples would refusal to do a task be acceptable?
At the end of your shift, your fellow nursing assistant comes in to relieve you. While giving report, you discover your colleague is under the influence of alcohol. The best course of action, as a member of a healthcare team, is to ____.
You discover a fire in a residents room. You have gotten the resident out of harms way. What is the next step you should execute?
Documentation of a residents fluid intake and output is part of your role as a nursing assistant. The standard unit of measure for doing this is ____.
You enter a resident’s room and notice he is having difficulty breathing. Your proper response should be to ____.
Which member of the residents health care team is responsible for determining socialization and communication skills of residents and then finding the resources to match them?
Which of these statements is incorrect regarding cleaning a urinary drainage bag?
If you are unable to clean up a large spill on the floor yourself, what is the best alternative, once you have notified someone to help?
The nursing assistant walks in on a patient who is having a seizure. Which of these actions should the nursing assistant take first?
As a member of the healthcare team, it is important for the CNA to report certain occurrences to the nurse. Some conditions require immediate intervention. Which of these necessitates immediate reporting?
Which of these are conditions requiring extra care regarding the residents nail care?
Which of these best describes an advantage to being a CNA when considering future career options?
The primary role of the CNA in patient assessment is to ____.
Which of these is true about the term care plan?
Which of these is not true about a patients care plan?
Which of these best describes how accurate documentation assists the entire healthcare team?
Which member of the healthcare team is responsible for carrying out the patients medical plan?
Which of these members of the healthcare team is responsible for supervising UAP (unlicensed assistive personnel)?
As a CNA, you work as a “team player” to take care of all of your residents needs. Which of these is a reason you should take this approach when you need to ambulate a resident?
Which of these statements about “active listening” is false?
If you have a concern about an assignment, you should ____.