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What should you do for a person who has stopped breathing and has no heartbeat?
Most common side effects of medications include
While caring for a resident you hear the fire alarm ring. What should you do first?
When caring for a resident who is hemorrhaging, you should
As you help a resident return to his room after lunch, he seems short of breath. He tells you that his chest hurts. You should
If a home care client burns his hand, you should
Which sudden sign can indicate a stroke?
A patient’s call light should always be _______.
When a seizure occurs, what should you do?
When evacuating patients during a fire, you should never use the
Vomiting can be dangerous because of the possibility of
In the event of a fire in a client’s home, your first action is to _______.
A resident’s call light
Your home health client is diabetic. When you go to his home, you find him weak and lethargic, but able to follow commands. He is unable to tell you when he last ate or took his insulin. You should do what first?
A resident who is resting in bed suddenly complains of shortness of breath. What should you do?
While getting a bed bath, a patient suddenly has a difficult time telling you that he is feeling weak on one side. The CNA should
The nurse aide finds a conscious client lying on the bathroom floor. The FIRST thing the nurse aide should do is
When using a fire extinguisher, the hose is aimed at the _________.
While making rounds at 4 am, the nurse aide finds one of the residents unconscious on the floor. What should the nurse aide do first?
An elderly resident has a advance health directive that includes a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) order. You enter their room and find them not breathing. What do you do?
You walk into the dining room. The conscious resident has his hands to his throat and is making no sounds. The first thing you will do is:
What injury are elderly patients at highest risk for?
How often should a CNA renew their CPR card?
A patient complains of feeling short of breath and nauseated. Her face is rapidly turning red. She tells the nurse aide that she didn’t know there were strawberries in the gelatin she ate. The aide should
The best time to prepare for a disaster or emergency is