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You are delegated to provide passive R.O.M. to L lower and upper extremities. This means you
When the nurse aide moves a joint during ROM (range of motion) exercises, and the resident complains of pain, the nurse aide should
Exercises that move each muscle and joint are called
The nurse aide just admitted a new resident. Which of the following is the most restorative approach?
Proper body mechanics dictates that when lifting an object, the nurse aide place his feet
If a client has hand tremors, the nurse aide SHOULD
The role of the ombudsman is to
Equipment used to help the resident maintain correct body alignment includes all of the following EXCEPT
After assisting with evening care, the nurse aide notices the client has bilateral hearing aids. The nurse aide understands that if a hearing aid is not in use, it should
The primary goal of restorative care is
What is the process of restoring a disabled client to the highest level of functioning possible?
The nurse aide is making an occupied bed. Which of the following is the most restorative approach?
The most basic rule of body mechanics is to
A patient is leaving the hospital. The family has been told to give her medications bid. The wife asks what that means. The nurse aide tells her to give the medication
A nursing assistant is helping a resident to walk. If the resident becomes faint and begins to fall, the assistant should
A contracture (tightening, or shortening of a muscle) is caused by
Goals of arthritis care include
A button hook and a sock assist are all part of what kind of nursing care?
ROM exercises will help prevent
A patient has had hip surgery. Her legs should be