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CNA - Quiz 9

Nursing

QuestionAnswer
Temperatures should be taken orally when: the resident is alert and cooperative
Reposition a resident who is immobile: every 2 hours
Which of the following is a nursing home resident's RIGHT? to know what their care will cost
What is one of the most effective infection control measures a nurse assistant can use? washing hands
Which of the following is a principle of body mechanics? place your feet about 12 inches apart with one foot slightly ahead of the other
When provding mouth care for the unconscious resident: position the resident's head to the side to prevent aspiration
Which of the following is a normal oral temperature? 98.6 degrees
Which of the following respiration rates is normal? 20 breaths per minute
What should be done with personal items (like family pictures or a radio) when a resident is admitted to a nursing home? label them and record them on an inventory sheet and ask the resident where they would like them placed in their room
During the admission of a new resident, you notice that the resident has a rash on their neck and chest. What should you do with this information? report it to the charge nurse
A resident needs to be repositioned, but the resident is heavy and you are not sure that you can move them alone. What should you do? get someone to help you
Wrinkles in the bed linen should be avoided because: they can cause skin irritations and bed sores
When bathing a resident, the water should be: warm to the touch
If a resident is confused or mentally ill, it may help to: talk about familiar objects, people, and events
Which statement about the use of drawsheets is true? drawsheets assist the nurse assistant in positioning the resident in bed
Which of the following helps germs multiply? moisture
When can a resident be restrained? when a restraint is ordered by a doctor
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