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The nurse aide is assisting a client ambulate, and the client begins to fall. The nurse aide SHOULD:
What SHOULD a nurse aide, who is busy, do when a client who has occasional bladder incontinence is wearing an incontinence brief and asks to go to the bathroom?
To provide mouth care for a client who is unconscious, the nurse aide SHOULD:
The nurse aide may assist a client with religious needs by:
If the nurse aide observes lice in a client’s hair, the nurse aide should:
The Heimlich Maneuver (abdominal thrust) is used to:
When performing the Heimlich maneuver (abdominal thrusts), the nurse aide’s hands SHOULD be placed:
Good body mechanics when moving a client in bed SHOULD include:
What is the benefit of providing nail and foot care for a client?
What precautions SHOULD be taken when oxygen is used in a client’s room?
An important factor to consider when possible for a client is to:
Clients with dysphagia have difficulty with which of the following?
You are the nurse aide entering a client’s room, and the client starts yelling at the nurse aide. What should you do NEXT?
Myrna is the nurse aide who’s about to enter a client’s room for morning care. When SHOULD Myrna identify the client?
Wolf the CNA, is assigned to assist a client who is visually impaired with a meal, the nurse aide SHOULD
Nader, the CNA is aware that before giving any care to a client, he SHOULD
The nurse aide has been caring for a client who is now close to death. The nurse aide SHOULD
To reduce urinary incontinence in a client with dementia, the nurse aide SHOULD
Which of the following requires a primary health care provider’s order?
A client who will be discharged in 2 days asks the nurse aide for extra teaching on the self-care devices used to help the client dress and eat independently. Which of the following would be an appropriate response for the nurse aide to make?
After the nurse aide moves a client up in bed, the client’s bed SHOULD be:
The nurse aide is transferring a client from bed to a wheelchair, and the client’s leg was injured while transferring. The client says her leg feels okay. What SHOuLd the Nurse Aide do?
It is important to know that the nurse aide is caring for a client with dementia. The nurse aide SHOULD understand that
When assisting in caring for dentures, the nurse aide SHOULD
A fire extinguisher SHOULD be aimed at the:
When applying an incontinence product for a client, it is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions in order to:
Reality orientation is used
The nurse brings medication to a client’s room, but the client is in the bathroom. The nurse tells the nurse aide to give the medication when the client comes out of the bathroom. Which of the following actions SHOULD the nurse aide take?
The nurse aide’s role in postmortem care includes:
A client’s pulse oximetry reading is 82%. The nurse aide SHOULD:
Which of the following actions should the nurse aide take FIRST if a skin tear is found?
A client gives the nurse aide a gift. The nurse aide SHOULD:
Which of the following would be an appropriate statement for the nurse aide to make to a client in rehabilitation?
Which of the following signs is a common indication that a client who is dying is close to death?
What SHOULD the nurse aide do to pre-contractures in a client?
When shaving the cheeks and client:
The nurse aide can promote sleep in a client by:
To communicate with a client who has a hearing impairment, the nurse aide SHOULD:
Thee nurse aide is caring for a client who is on bed rest. The nurse aide SHOULD understand t the client is on bedrest to:
A nurse aide may discuss a client’s health Information with:
Which of the following areas is MOST likely to develop a pressure injury?
Clients SHOULD be called by:
The general purpose of the foam cushion is to:
When patients/residents express their feelings and concerns, the Nurse Assistant will best respond by:
The nurse aide understands that proper body mechanics when lifting includes:
The nurse aide is an important member of the
Giving a client a bath after the client has refused is:
If a client is unable to hold the urinal in place. the nurse aide SHOULD:
A client appears more confused than yesterday and is weak on the right side of the body when the nurse aide starts morning care. What SHOULD the nurse aide do?
Encouraging family involvement in a rehabilitation plan may:
A patient/resident asks to see his chart. What is the correct action for the Nurse Assistant?
A job description is a document describing:
When removing clothing from a client who has had a stroke, the nurse aide should FIRST take the clothing off the clients:
The nurse aide can help to prevent aspiration in a client receiving a tube feeding by:
When obtaining the height of a client who is laying in bed, the nurse aide SHOULD place the client in which of the following positions?
What SHOULD a nurse aide do if the nurse aide is delayed in completing a task?
The FIRST sign that a pressure injury is developing is:
What information does the nurse aide need to know before feeding a client?
While performing perineal care on a male client, the nurse aide SHOULD:
Which of the following terms describes dribbling (when a small amount of urine during exercise and certain movements cause pressure on the bladder?
The nurse aide helped a client into a shower chair and wheeled the chair into the shower stall. What is the NEXT step the nurse aide should take?
The nurse aide is preparing a client for morning care, but the client reports pain with movement. What will the nurse aide do with this information?
A client with terminal cancer tells the nurse aide, “I am going to die soon.” The nurse aide SHOULD:
A client drank 8 oz of milk with the lunchtime meal. How many mL of fluid did the client drink?
If a meal tray is dropped on the floor when it’s being served, the nurse aide should FIRST:
if a client has a different custom or belief than the nurse aide does, it is important
A client expressed a desire to attend religious activity. The nurse aide SHOULD respond by:
A client’s family member is crying when the client has been admitted to a nursing home. Which of the following appropriate response for the make?
When giving a complete bed bath, the nurse aide SHOULD:
When ambulating a client, the nurse aide SHOULD
The nurse aide can promote self-care in a client by:
When providing oral care for a client who is unconscious, the nurse aide can prevent possible aspiration by:
A nurse aide’s unit is short of linens. The nurse aide sees on a client’s bed 15 washcloths that have not been used. The nurse aide SHOULD:
“Supine” means lying on the:
Which of the following is a sign that a client is being emotionally abused?
When attending to change of simple wound dressing of the client, the nurse assistant SHOULD
The client asks the nurse aide for a back massage. The nurse aide SHOULD:
Which is the correct way to care for a client’s hearing aid?
A nurse aide can help meet clients’ emotional needs by:
The nurse aide SHOULD protect privacy by:
Encouraging the client to dress self as much as possible will:
A client is combative when the nurse aide attempts to assist with the client’s morning care. The nurse aide SHOULD:
When feeling overworked, which of the following actions are BEST for the nurse aide to take?
A client is receiving oxygen and is reporting not getting enough air. What should the CNA do?
The nurse aide suspects that another nurse aide is impaired. What SHOULD the nurse aide do with this information?
To ensure a clients comfort, the bottom sheet SHOULD be:
Assisting a client to regain bowel and bladder control is very important because it:
When communicating with a client who is hearing impaired, the nurse aide should AVOID:
The nurse aide has been assigned to care for a client with a bed alarm. What SHOULD the nurse aide include in the client’s plan of care?
Which of the following characteristics describes NORMAL skin?
What SHOULD the nurse aide do upon finding a client on the floor?
The nurse aide enters a client’s room and finds the client crying. What SHOULD the CNA do?
A client has an above-the-knee amputation. The CNA SHOULD assist with putting on the:
A CDC states that the invasion and growth of microbes in the body are called:
Activities of daily living (ADL) include:
A client would like to attend the current activity. The nurse aide SHOULD:
A client appears to have suffered a heart attack in the dining room. To open the airway to perform rescue breathing, the nurse aide SHOULD:
The nurse aide is instructed to David for a client who is deceased, the nurse aide SHOULD:
When transferring a client with left-sided weakness from bed to chair, the nurse aide SHOULD:
The successful Nurse Assistant should be:
The responsibilities of a Nurse Assistant are listed in a:
Consumers of health care are responsible for:
Healthcare consumers always have the right to:
Which of the following would be a barrier to effective communication?
Avoiding eye contact when talking to another person is an example of which type of communication?
Falls are a common cause of injury. Which of the following might help prevent the patient/resident from becoming injured from falls?
Mrs. A is being placed in a vest device to keep her from falling from her wheelchair. What should the Nurse Assistant do?
Tposition is referred to as the:he patient/resident is positioned in bed with the head of the bed in a partial sitting position at a 45 degree angle. This
The Nurse Assistant has been asked to assist a patient/resident with ambulation. During the procedure, the Nurse Assistant should:
When the Nurse Assistant is moving a patient/resident toward the head of the bed, they should remove: