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1. Myrna is the new Nurse Assistant at Great Place for Elderly Manor, she was asked to do something he or she DOESN’T know how to do?
2. In California, the term that is being used for persons living in long-term care facilities is:
3. Typically, the successful Nurse Assistant should be:
4. Dina was accepted to her new job. She understand that her responsibilities as a Nurse Assistant are listed in a:
5. As a Certified Nurse Assistant, your scope of practice includes:
6. What is the Patient’s Bill of Rights?
7. Consumers of healthcare are responsible for:
8. Healthcare consumers always have the right to:
9. Documents that provide instructions about the patient’s/resident’s wishes for treatment when the patient/resident is unable to communicate their wishes are called:
10. Informed consent means that the:
11. Which of the following is a physiological need?
12. Which of the following would be a barrier to effective communication?
13. Avoiding eye contact when talking to another person is an example of which type of communication?
14. A charge nurse uses a medical word that the Nurse Assistant does not understand. What should you do?
15. A patient/resident asks to see his chart. What is the correct action for the CNA?
16. Mrs. S, the charge nurse, wants blood work results on Mr Jones immediately. Which of the following terms would indicate “immediately” to the lab?
17. The Nurse Assistant finds a fire burning in a wastebasket in a patient’s/resident’s room. What should the Nurse Assistant do first?
18. Falls are a common cause of injury. Which of the following might help prevent the patient/resident from becoming injured from falls?
19. Mr. B is receiving oxygen therapy. Which of the following is a rule that should be followed with oxygen therapy?
20. Mrs. A is being placed in a vest device to keep her from falling from her wheelchair. What should the Nurse Assistant do?
21.The best reason to use proper body mechanics is to:
22. The patient/resident is positioned in bed with the head of the bed in a partial sitting position at a 45-degree angle. This position is referred to as the:
23. When placing a patient/resident in the lateral position, you promote good body alignment by placing pillows for support under the:
24. The Nurse Assistant has been asked to assist a patient/resident with ambulation. During the procedure, the Nurse Assistant should:
25. You are encouraged to use a gait belt when assisting with transfers. The purpose of a gait belt is to:
26. A small living plant or animal that cannot be seen without the aid of microscope:
27. The process by which all microorganisms are destroyed is called:
28. A body best protects itself against infections through:
29. Hepatitis B is an example of a:
30. Strep (streptococcal) throat results from invasion by:
31. What would be the correct military time if the clock reads 3:35 p.m. in Greenwich time:
32. When measuring liquid volume with a graduated cylinder, the Nurse Assistant should do all of the following except:
33. A patient/resident weighing 165 pounds is on a reduced calorie diet. The goal is to lose 2 pounds every week. Which of the following weights would meet the goal after one week?
34. If a person on I&O drinks 1 cup of milk, the Nurse Assistant should mark on the client’s record an intake of:
35. A patient/resident is to be repositioned at 6:00 pm. Using military time, the Nurse Assistant repositions the patient/resident at:
36. A partial bath would include bathing the following body areas:
37. A complete bed bath would be given to a patient/resident who:
38. A Nurse Assistant is bathing a patient/resident. Which of the following observations should be reported immediately to the nurse?
39. When bathing a patient/resident, the Nurse Assistant sees a swelling around the knee that is tender to touch. The Nurse
40. In preparing the bath for the dependent patient/resident, the Nurse Assistant should:
41. When bathing a dependent patient/resident, the Nurse Assistant should:
42. When washing the face of a dependent patient/resident, the Nurse Assistant should:
43. In a complete bed bath, the water is changed:
44. To assist Mrs. B a patient/resident, into a bathtub, the Nurse Assistant should:
45. Oral hygiene should be done:
46. In what position should an unconscious patient/resident be placed when performing oral care?
47. In assisting a patient/resident with oral hygiene:
48. A patient/resident has diarrhea. You know that liquid feces and frequent wiping can lead to?
49. What is the preferred position for giving an enema?
50. Water temperature for an enema solution for adults usually is
51. A patient/resident finished urinating. The person cannot clean her genital area. You need to do the following EXCEPT
52. A male patient/resident is not circumcised. When giving perineal care, which is correct?
53. Which linens must be tight and wrinkle-free?
54. The nurse asks you to collect a random urine specimen. Which is correct?
55. The nurse asks you to strain a person’s urine. To do this, you need
56. Mucus from the respiratory system that is expelled through the mouth is
57. Oral care before collecting a sputum specimen involves
58. The nurse asks you to collect a stool specimen from a patient/resident. Which is INCORRECT?
59. When collecting a sputum specimen, the person coughs up sputum from the
60. Normal urine has
61. The amount of force exerted against the walls of the artery by the blood is commonly referred to as:
62. The normal oral temperature of an adult patient/resident is:
63. The Nurse Assistant enters Mr. S’s room to take his oral temperature and observes that he is drinking a glass of ice water. The Nurse Assistant should
64. Which of the steps mentioned below should the Nurse Assistant not do as part of taking a rectal temperature for an adult?
65. Which of the following can increase the pulse rate?
66. How much fluid should the average adult take in each day?
67. Liquid nutritional supplements are offered:
68. Approximately how much daily urine output is normal for an average adult?
69. Accurate recording of fluid intake includes:
70. Which abbreviation is used most frequently to measure fluid intake and output?
71. Most communities have a common emergency telephone number that notifies the Emergency Medical Service (EMS). Which of The following number is the emergency number?
72. Mr. Johnson has cut his hand on a broken piece of glass and is bleeding heavily. The Nurse Assistant should:
73. A patient/resident has epilepsy. In the event of a seizure, the Nurse Assistant should:
74. Which of the following best describes the “universal choking sign” given by the victim:
75. The Nurse Assistant discovers an unconscious victim on the floor in the hall. What action should the Nurse Assistant take first?
76. The following are common with otitis media EXCEPT
77. Arthritis is
78. Tissues die and become black, cold and shriveled. This is
79. Which of the following body parts commonly enlarges in the elderly male causing urinary tract obstruction?
80. A malignant tumor
82. OBRA regulation requires:
83. The main therapy that assists patients/residents to re-learn activities of daily living is:
84. Which of the following is NOT an activity of daily living?
85. A complication of immobility that affects the musculoskeletal system is:
86. Which of the following most completely defines observation?
87. An error made while writing in the patient’s/resident’s chart is corrected by:
88. Which of the following statements is an example of objective data or information?
89. Using the following statement, identify the sentence that uses the correct
abbreviations: Patient/resident up in wheelchair all afternoon. Range of motion done
three times a day. Physical Therapy to ambulate patient/resident after meals every day.
Patient/resident may be out of bed as desired.
90. The words “ambulatory,” “bathroom privileges” and “before meals” are correctly abbreviated in only one of the sentences below.The correct abbreviations are:
91. A patient/resident has terminal breast cancer and says she wants to live three more months to see her first grandchild. According to Kubler-Ross, in what stage of the grief process is this patient/resident?
92. A patient/resident is dying of a lung disease. He has been recently yelling at the staff. What stage of the grief process may this be?
93. The dying patient/resident has a right to:
94. Mr. Huang is terminally ill and has lost consciousness. The Nurse Assistant should:
95. One of the signs of biological death would include:
96. The following statements about abuse are true except:
97. Threatening to touch the person’s body without the person’s consent is:
98. Restraining a person’s movement is:
99. Sharing a person’s photos on a social media site is:
100. Who is most at risk for being wounded, attacked, or assaulted?