Lesson 11: Providing Restorative Care & Vocabulary Drill Worksheet

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Lesson 11: Providing Restorative Care & Vocabulary Drill Worksheet
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- Explain the goals of restorative care. - Describe the nurse assistant's role in providing restorative care. - Promote independence and self-care - Help a person to be active. Goals: - Help a person walk with and without a cane, crutches and a walker. - Help a person with passive range-of-motion exercises.
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  1. Contracure
    A condition that results when a joint is held in one position for too long, causing the tendons to shorten and become stiff, resulting in loss of motion in the joint.
  2. Ambulation
    The medical term for walking
  3. Restorative care (rehabilitation nursing)
    Nursing care that helps people maintain abilities that the still have, and regain, to the greatest extent possible, abilities that they have lost
  4. Immobility
    The state of not moving
  5. Transfer (gait) belt
    A wide, webbed belt that is placed around a person's waist to provide a safe place to grasp
  6. Atrophy
    Loss of muscle mass
  7. Range-of-motion exeercises
    Exercises that help to keep joints functional by moving them in a systematic way
  8. 1. What is the first sign of a pressure ulcer?

    A. A reddened area on the skin
    B. An open sore
    C. Bleeding
    D. A fever
    A. A reddened area on the skin
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. 2. To avoid damaging the skin of a person who is unable to move without help, you should reposition him:

    a. Whenever you can fit him into your schedule.

    b. At least every 4 hours.

    c. According to the schedule in the person's care plan.

    d. When you come to work and before you go home.
    c. According to the schedule in the person's care plan.
  10. 3. When planning to move a person, some of the things you must know are:

    a. Whether the person is permitted to move (per the person's care plan)

    b. Whether the person has risk factors for pressure ulcers.

    c. How recently the person ate.

    d. The person's mobility, level of independence and ability to help.
    d. The person's mobility, level of independence and ability to help.
  11. 4. in which position is the head of the bed raised 30 degrees?

    A. Supine
    B. Modified sidelying
    C. Prone
    D. Low Fowler's
    D. Low Fowler's
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. 5. Mr. Klein is in the side-lying (lateral) position.  Where will you place positioning aids to ensure good body alignment? 

    a. Under Mr. Klein's knees

    b. Between Mr. Klein's lower legs and against his back.

    c. Against his outer thighs

    d. Against his feet
    b. Between Mr. Klein's lower legs and against his back.
  13. 6. Miss Singleton is at risk for developing pressure ulcers.  Which piece of equipment will you use when repositioning her to help prevent friction and shearing that can lead to skin breakdown and put her at further risk for pressure ulcers?

    a. A food board

    b. A bed cradle

    d. A draw sheet

    d. A wheelchair
    C. A draw sheet
  14. 7. You are helping Mr. Lipkin transfer from his bed to a wheelchair.  What should you do to ensure Mr. Lipkin's safety during the transfer?

    a. Allow him to place his arms around your neck.

    b. use a draw (lift) sheet.

    c. Allow him to rest on the edge of the bed before continuing with the procedure.

    d. raise the bed to a comfortable working height and unlock the wheels on the bed and wheelchair.
    c. Allow him to rest on the edge of the bed before continuing with the procedure.

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