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The most common cause of accidents in the home results from
Mrs. Jones has been throwing up for several days, unable to eat or drink. You find her in bed. She is pale, lethargic, and her eyes are dull. She is likely suffering from
While helping an 86 year-old male resident get ready for bed, he tells you that he is tired of living and has been saving his pain pills. What should you do?
A patient chokes while eating and is unable to cough or speak. The first thing the nurse aide should do is
The fire alarm has sounded. The nurse aide should FIRST
Factors that increase a resident’s risk of falling include
If you see a fire, your first action should be to
If a diabetic resident develops symptoms of increased thirst and urination, blurred vision, weakness, and a fruity-smelling breath, what should the CNA do?
You must be especially careful about fire if the resident is receiving _______.
Safety measures to prevent accidental poisoning from medications include
While giving a bedbath, the nurse aide hears the alarm from a nearby door suddenly go off. The nurse aide should ___________.
A nurse aide walks into a room and sees that the patient is unconscious. The first thing the aide does is to
Mr. Francis complains of pain in the left chest area. The first thing you do is _________.
What is the CNA’s responsibility after calling a Code Blue?
A patient suddenly has shortness of breath, followed by loud gasps for air. After calling for help, what should you do?
If a resident is vomiting in bed, position them immediately in the
When a patient who has been dizzy is showering, you should
A patient asks for an extra pat of butter from an aide who is unfamiliar with her. The aide should
Your home health client has a very cluttered home and is reluctant to throw away anything. Your main safety goal should be to _________.
While assisting a resident with walking, the resident becomes faint and begins to fall. The nurse aide should
The first aid treatment for hemorrhage is to
A patient complains of pain. The CNA should
A resident with an obstructed airway
A resident puts on her call light to let you know that there was bright red blood in her bowel movement. What should you do?
You arrive at the client’s home for care. She shows you a burn on her arm. It is blistered and client is complaining of severe pain. You should