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Which of the following most completely defines observation?CorrectIncorrect
An error made while writing in the patient’s/resident’s chart is corrected by:CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following statements is an example of objective data or information?CorrectIncorrect
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.CorrectIncorrect
The words “ambulatory,” “bathroom privileges” and “before meals” are correctly abbreviated in only one of the sentences below.
The correct abbreviations are:CorrectIncorrect
A quick, easy, source of patient/resident information which includes the patient’s/resident’s diagnosis, diet, activity, special
treatments and routine care measures is known as a:CorrectIncorrect
The Nurse Assistant has just given Mrs. Kennedy a complete bed bath. What type of information would be appropriate to chart?CorrectIncorrect
The routine, daily nursing tasks performed for a patient/resident are charted on the:CorrectIncorrect
When charting on a patient’s/resident’s medical record, the Nurse Assistant should:CorrectIncorrect
A list of the patient’s/resident’s needs and specific nursing activities to address those needs would be foundCorrectIncorrect
The Minimum Data Set (MDS) manualCorrectIncorrect