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2014-09-22 22:17:39
Nursing CNA Long term care

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  1. T or F:
    Long term care facilities may offer assisted living, subacute care, or specialized care
  2. T or F:
    Facilities that offer specialized care must have specially trained employees
  3. T or F
    Non-profit organizations cannot own long-term care facilities
  4. T or F:
    Person directed care means that staff should treat all residents exactly the same
  5. T or F:
    Culture change means basing care on each individuals needs
  6. List two groups of people who qualify for Medicare.
    • People who are aged over 65
    • People with long term/permanent kidney failure or other disabilities.
  7. List 4 parts of Medicare and what each part pays for.
    • Part A: care in hospital or skilled nursing facility, home health or hospice.
    • Part B: doctor services and other medical services and equipment
    • Part C: private health insurance companies to provide Medicare
    • Part D: helps pay for Meds prescribed for treatment and will only pay if absolutely necessary
  8. How is eligibility for Medicaid determined?
    By the state, and income and special circumstances
  9. RACE is an acronym that means
    • R emove residents
    • A ctivate alarm/ call 911
    • C ontain Fire
    • E xtinguish
  10. PASS is an acronym that stands for
    • P ull the pin
    • A im at base of fire
    • S queeze handle
    • S weep back & forth
  11. How can someone usually tell if someone is choking?
    The choking victim will put his hands to his throat
  12. Where should hands be placed to give abdominal thrusts?
    Under the person's arms and around his waist.
  13. How does a rescuer obtain consent to give a victim abdominal thrusts?
    Rescuer asks victim "Are you choking?"
  14. Signs of shock include
    Pale or bluish skin
  15. If a CNA suspects a resident is having a heart attack she should?
    Loosen the clothing around the residents neck.
  16. To control bleeding, A CNA should?
    Hold a thick pad against the wound and press down hard
  17. To treat a minor burn the CNA should?
    Use cool, clean water
  18. If a resident faints, the CNA should?
    Lower the resident to the floor
  19. When a resident is first experiencing signs of insulin reaction, what needs to happen?
    Food that can be rapidly absorbed such as hard candy, should be consumed.
  20. What should a CNA do if the resident is having a seizure?
    Move furniture away to prevent injury to resident.
  21. Why is a quick response to a suspected stroke/CVA critical?
    Early treatment may be able to reduce severity of the stroke.
  22. How often will a CNA come into contact with microorganisms?
    Every time they touch something