CNA Chap 5 (Q/A)

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  1. The risk of skin breakdown (pressure ulcers) increases with...
    immobility
  2. To protect the denture when cleaning it a CNA could also...
    hold the denture over the sink when it is filled with water while brushing it.
  3. The main goal of range of motion (ROM) is to...
    prevent shortening of he muscles (contracture).
  4. The most important thing to do to prevent food poisoning is...
    dispose of leftover food improperly stored in the residents room.
  5. A resident is (CBR), confined to bed rest, and cannot get out of bed.  His sheets need to be changed because he is incontinent. The CNA should...
    change the sheet while the resident remains in bed.
  6. A CNA must wash and rinse a resident in a specific order...
    because cleaner areas must be washed before the dirtier ones.
  7. It is vital to take the residents spirituality and sexuality into consideration before starting...
    perineal care.
  8. All the residents complain to a CNA that a resident always tries to eat off their trays.  To prevent this from happening again, the CNA should...
    sit next to the resident during mealtime.
  9. A CNA can help a resident maintain self-worth and dignity by...
    allowing the resident to make choices whenever possible.
  10. If a resident who is confined to their bed asks to use the bathroom, the CNA should...
    remind the resident that the doctor has ordered bed rest and assist the resident with the bedpan.
  11. When dealing with a resident who's hair is all matted, a CNA should...
    comb the hair in small sections by starting at the ends to remove lower tangles first.
  12. If a resident with dementia hardly eats his food, in order to increase the residents intake, the CNA should...
    offer encouragement and assistance during meals.
  13. Ted Hose (anti-embolic) stockings helps to...
    increase circulation and reduce the chance of blood clots.
  14. A CNA has taken the resident to the bathroom for a tub bath. During the bath the CNA realizes that he forgot the residents underwear. The CNA should...
    finish the bath, dress the resident and then re-dress the resident with underwear in the residents room.
  15. A resident is crying and says to the CNA, "I want my bed, Ive never done that before". The CNA should tell the resident that...
    that's okay and help them to the bathroom more often.
  16. If a CNA encouraged a resident to take a bath and they refuse, besides telling the charge nurse, the CNA should...
    wait awhile and return to see if the resident wants to be bathed.
  17. If a resident on strict bladder and bowel retraining programs asks the CNA to change the schedule, the CNA should...
    discuss the residents request with the charge nurse.
  18. For residents that require catheter care, the CNA should clean...
    around the urinary meatus twice a day.
  19. A CNA can help to meet the social needs between residents by...
    helping to start conversations between residents.
  20. If a son complains that his mothers blouse is dirty from lunch, the CNA should...
    change the blouse.
  21. The correct way to measure the ruing of a resident with a urinary drainage bag is to...
    drain the urine into a measuring device (graduate/container) and read at eye level.
  22. If a resident is sitting in the hall and his hair is all messed up, the CNA should...
    suggest that the resident return to his room and help comb his hair.
  23. If the charge nurse tells a CNA that a resent is dehydrated, he/she needs...
    more fluids.
  24. When the CNA is about to give a resent a partial bed bath she checks the water to make sure it is warm enough.  The next thing she should do is...
    ask the resident is the water warm enough.
  25. One of the items that is stored in the top ____  _________ is toothpaste.
    top drawer
  26. In order for a resident to have regular bowel movements he/she needs to drink fluids...
    regularly/throughout the day.
  27. NPO means that the resident can have _________________.
    Nothing Per Oral (nothing by mouth)
  28. A resident complains about everything at the nursing home. The CNA should...
    understand the residents need to complain.
  29. A resident is constantly asking the CNA to use the bathroom.  The CNA should...
    continually take the resident to the bathroom.
  30. A resident on a pureed diet is offered toasted bread from a family member. The CNA should...
    discuss this offer with the charge nurse.
  31. A resident turned on his call light four times in the past hour and the CNA couldn't find any problems. The resident just hit the call light again, the CNA should...
    check on the resident and reassure him that he's okay.
  32. In terms of the residents digestive system, if the resident is on bed rest they are prone to get...
    constipation.
  33. A residents brother is complain gin about the residents pants being dirty from breakfast. The CNA should...
    change the residents pants.
  34. it is important to ensure that the resident has their dentures in when they go out in public because...
    many people with dentures do not like to be seen without them.
  35. The CNA is busy with a resident and cannot leave. Another resident asks to use the bathroom.  The CNA should...
    make sure that they find someone to help the resident to the bathroom.
  36. If a CNA finds a resident sitting alone in a dark room, the CNA should ask the resident...
    if she would like to join an activity in the activities room.
  37. Providing _________  ______  ______  on a resident can help make a residents food fast better.
    regular oral care
  38. When a CNA is dressing a resident with a weakness on one side from a stroke, the CNA should start undressing the resident from the...
    strong (unaffected) arm first.
  39. The purpose of using utensils that have padded handles for people with arthritis is to...
    provide a better grip.
  40. A CNA is checking on a resident with a urinary bag that has been empty all day. The CNA should...
    check the drainage bags tube for kinks.
  41. A residents family has decided to move out of state and the resident is very upset. The CNA should...
    tell the resident he/she is sorry to hear that and ask the resident to talk about her family.
  42. At lunch the resident receives a meal in the cafeteria with meat and is concerned that it may contain pork. It is totally against their religion beliefs to consume pork. The CNA should...
    check with the dietary supervisor to see if there is any pork in the meat.
  43. Everyday a resident is always late to breakfast because she is slow at getting dressed. The CNA should...
    start dressing the resident earlier.
  44. Range of motion (ROM) exercises prevent...
    contractures (shortening of the muscles).
  45. If a resident has constant swelling of the legs and hands and constantly retains fluids, the doctor would order a diet that is...
    sodium controlled, low sodium (less salt).
  46. If a resident is about to eat a meal or a snack, the resident should...
    be positioned sitting straight up in a chair or bed.
  47. In order to increase the food intake of a resident, a CNA should always...
    offer the resident praise and encouragement.
  48. A CNA should cut the residents food into ___________ in order to prevent the resident from ________.
    • bite-sized pieces
    • choking

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