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CNA 2016 Ch. 29*

Admissions, Transfers, and Discharges

QuestionAnswer
The admission process is started by An admission coordinator
The nurse asks you to assist with the admission of a new resident. What can the nurse delegate to you? Transporting the person to his or her room
A new resident has dementia. The person may show signs of fear and agitation
You are going to prepare a room for a new resident. How do you know what equipment is needed? the nurse tells you
A new resident is going to arrive by car and is ambulatory. What type of bed should you make? closed bed
You are admitting a new resident. What will promote the person's mental comfort? be sensitive to the person's feelings
The nurse asks you to assist in admitting a new resident. Treat the person with __________. dignity
You are admitting a new resident. How will you find out the person’s name? check the admission record
You introduce yourself to a new resident. You also say that you are a nursing assistant
How can you help a new resident remember the names of other residents? introduce the person to other residents
You are admitting a new resident. What should you do? measure the person's vital signs. orient the person to the room.
You have finished admitting a new resident. Before leaving the person’s room, you need to place the call light within reach.
You are admitting a new resident. The person’s niece is in the room. You ask the niece to leave the room. The resident can Ask the niece to stay
You are admitting a new resident. The person’s niece is in the room. You ask the niece to leave the room. Why did you ask her to leave? to provide privacy
Reasons for a transfer or discharge are part of the person’s medical records
A resident objects to a transfer or a discharge. An __________________makes sure that the person’s best interests are considered. ombudsman
A resident is transferring to a different room. The nurse asks you to transfer the person. What can you do? Help the person pack
A ___________may be needed if the person’s condition changes. transfer
A resident is being transferred to another unit. What will help reassure the person? introduce the person to the new roommate and other residents
A resident is going to be discharged. What must occur before the person can leave? the doctor must write a discharge order
A resident wants to leave the nursing center. The doctor has not written a discharge order. What should you do? tell the nurse
A new resident is going to arrive by stretcher. What type of bed should you make? surgical bed
A new resident is ambulatory. Attach the call light to the bed linens
You are helping a new resident unpack. You need to complete a personal belongings list
A resident is going to be discharged. You can help the person get dressed and help them into the car
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