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Certified Nursing Assistant

Equips individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide compassionate care and support to patients in healthcare settings, and their well-being.







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When forcing fluids, the nurse aide should offer:

  • Clear fluids only.
  • At least 5,000 cc of fluid per shift.
  • Fluids every hour.
  • High calorie fluids.

How much is the monetary penalty for an of improper disposal?

  • 200k-400k
  • 100k-1M
  • 400k-2M
  • 500k-1M

Which of the following is an example of a client's delusion?

  • Seeing demons.
  • Feeling imaginary bugs crawl on his arms.
  • Thinking that the CIA is secretly watching him.
  • Hearing voices demand the he escapes from the facility.

If an aid arrives at clients home for the first time and the client expresses concerns about their ability to assist them due to their age, ethnicity, or gender then the aide SHOULD:

  • Call to report the incident to the agency office immediately
  • Tell the client to stop
  • Offer examples of similar experiences and shared views
  • Leave the client residence immediately

Nurse aide should wash their hands in all of the following situations except:

  • Before going to the bathroom.
  • After each client contact.
  • Before eating.
  • After changing dressings.

The effect of lack of sleep to the final test score of high school students in Olivarez College. What is your dependent variable?

  • final test score

What is the type of information that can be put together with other information to reasonably and directly identify an individual?

  • Personal Conflicts
  • Working Experience
  • Familial Information
  • Personal Information

All of the following are fire safety tips when caring for seniors except which one?

  • Install smoke alarms and check them monthly
  • Always leave a window open when cooking
  • Never smoke in bed or while drowsy
  • Keep matches, lighters and candles away from patient

One of the most influential people responsible for modern nursing is

  • Korotkoff
  • Nightingale
  • Alzheimer
  • Einstein

The jail term for an access due to negligence is

  • 1-3 y
  • 1-6 y
  • 1-7 y
  • 1-10 y

Which of the following vital signs should be reported immediately?

  • T-98.6, P-70, R-14, BP-120/60
  • T-95.4, P-40, R-10, BP-80/40
  • T-98.8"R", P-60, R-20, BP-132/70
  • T-97.6 "ax:, P-78, R-16, BP-110/60

Nightingale discovered the best environment for healing includes (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

  • light
  • light
  • fresh air
  • pure water
  • proper drainage
  • cleanliness

Oriented to the individual


An example of possible contamination through direct contact is:

  • Cleaning a bedpan
  • Touching used linens
  • Being sneezed on
  • Using a doorknob

True or False: The surgical technician assists with setting and the room and performing surgeries

  • False

Who was the founder of modern nursing and when she was born?

  • A. Florence Nightangale
  • May 12, 1820
  • B. Florence Nightingale
  • April 12, 1921
  • C. Florence Nightingale
  • D. Florence Nightingale
  • April 12, 1920

What are the recommended vitamins for seniors?

  • Vitamin B12
  • Folic Acid
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin K

To prevent dehydration of the client, the nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Offer fluids frequently while the client is awake
  • Wake the client hourly during the night to offer fluids
  • Give the client frequent baths
  • Feed the client salty food to increase thirst

The role of the ombudsman is to:

  • Run a group of nursing homes
  • Work with the nursing home to protect clients’ rights
  • Control the nursing home budget
  • Prepare classes that nurse aides take to learn about client hygiene

It is a systematic inquiry designed to develop knowledge about issues of importance to the nursing profession, including nursing practice, education, administration and informatics.

  • Nursing Research

You earn your art credit by taking Floral Design, and a Science credit by taking Advanced Animal Science.

  • True
  • False

Good career planning includes gathering information on one career option.

  • True
  • False

The abbreviation for vital signs is

  • v.s.
  • VS
  • Vit. Sn.
  • vss

What organ produces insulin

  • Thyroid
  • Liver
  • Pancreas
  • Gallbladder

15. Symptom analysis include OLD CART. WHICH one does not included?

  • Associated symptoms
  • Aggravating Factors
  • Location
  • None of the above

The Heimlich maneuver (abdominal thrust) is used for a client who has:

  • A bloody nose
  • A blocked airway
  • Fallen out of bed
  • Impaired eyesight

a type of research method that deals with the characteristics observed from the respondents

  • Quantitative research
  • Comparative research
  • Qualitative research
  • Experimental Research

How many calories does the NIH suggest a woman of 50 years of age should consume?

  • 2,000 – 2,200 calories per day
  • 1,000 – 1,500 calories per day
  • 1,600 – 2,200 calories per day
  • 2,200- 2,500 calories per day

When a diabetic is testing their blood, what are they testing for?

  • Electrolytes
  • Carbohydrates
  • Sugar
  • Protein

Another name for urination:

  • Defecation
  • Voiding
  • Wetting the bed
  • Flatus

Oriented to pathology


16-20 what are your PQRST?

  • [No Answer]

True or False: The blood pressure cuff should be placed on the elbow of the arm

  • False

What is it called when a patient can meet with their doctor through a HIPPA safe-portal through the internet?

  • Dial-a-doctor
  • Medihealth
  • Telehealth
  • HIPPA portal

Which of the following is an infection control procedure used when shaving a patient?

  • Disinfecting the razor after each use
  • Using a disinfectant on the patient’s face
  • Washing hands and wearing disposable gloves
  • Allowing razor to dry before the next use

Involves tapping your fingers or hands quickly and sharply against parts of the patient's body to help you locate organ borders, identify organ shape and position, and determine if an organ is solid or filled with fluid or gas.

  • inspection
  • Percussion
  • auscultation
  • Palpation

If a nurse aide finds a client who is sad and crying, the nurse aide should:

  • Ask the client if something is wrong
  • Tell the client to cheer up
  • Tell the client to stop crying
  • Call the client’s family or the agency office

When changing an unsterile dressing, the nurse aide should wash hands:

  • Before the procedure
  • After the procedure
  • Before and after the procedure
  • Before, after removal of the soiled dressing, and after the procedure

True or False: Unlicensed nursing professionals work under licensed nurses

  • True

A nurse aide walks in a client masturbating in his bathroom. The nurse aide should:

  • Insist that the client stop.
  • Ask the client why he is engaging in this behavior.
  • Report it to the charge nurse.
  • Allow the client privacy.

A research design that presents facts concerning the nature and status of anything.

  • Quasi Experimental Research
  • Comparative Research
  • Descriptive Research
  • True experimental Research

The purpose of padding side rails on the client's bed is to:

  • Use them as a restraint
  • Have a place to connect the call signal
  • Protect the client from injury
  • Keep the client warm

10. ______________phase where you summarize and restate your findings.

  • Termination

When transferring a client, MOST of the client's weight should be supported by the nurse aide's:

  • Back
  • Shoulders
  • Legs
  • Forearm

NANDA stands for _____________________________

  • North American Nursing Diagnosis Association International

If the nurse aide discovers fire in a client's room, the FIRST thing do is:

  • Call the nurse in charge
  • Try to put out the fire
  • Open a window
  • Remove the client

While bathing a resident, the nursing assistant notices a rash on the resident's leg. The nursing assistant should:

  • Ignore it if the resident does not complain.
  • Wash if it see if it disappears.
  • Rub it with alcohol to dry it out.
  • Notify the charge nurse of the rash.

When getting ready to dress a client, the nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Get the first clothes the nurse aide can reach in the closet
  • Give the client a choice of what to wear
  • Use the clothes the client wore the day before
  • Choose clothes that the nurse aide personally likes

In order to communicate clearly with a client who has hearing loss, the nurse aide should:

  • Speak in a high pitched tone of voice
  • Stand behind the client and speak directly into ear
  • Speak in a loud and slow manner
  • Look directly at the client when speaking

The nurse aide enters a client's room, and the client states that he has pain. What should the nurse aide do?

  • Report it to the nurse in charge
  • Tell the client to get out of bed for awhile
  • Tell the client that the pain will go away soon
  • Ignore the client’s statement

Measures the pressure in your arteries when your heart rests between beats.

  • Diastolic blood pressure
  • Systolic blood pressure
  • blood pressure
  • BMI

Perineal care for female patients without a urinary catheter includes all of these steps except:

  • Fill the bath basin with clean water at 110 degrees,
  • Position the female patient on their back & place a protective cover over the bed linen
  • (C)separate the labia and wash, rinse and dry the urethral area first with short downward strokes alternating from side to side and proceeding until the exposed area around the urethra is done-then rinse the cloth or use a new washcloth
  • Wash the groin on the outside of the labia from the front to the back starting outside the labia and then going to the inside of the thighs
  • Wash, rinse and dry the rectal area
  • Rinse entire labia using cool water below 60 degrees

The demand for registered nurses will decline over the next 10 years.

  • True
  • False

The nursing assistant should tell clients:

  • How to dress.
  • How to call for help.
  • That things will get better.
  • That there is nothing to worry about.

Which of the following stages of dying is usually the final stage?

  • Anger
  • Acceptance
  • Bargaining
  • Depression

Who was the first male nurse?

  • George Dunn
  • Florence Nightingale
  • Wilbert Dunn
  • Edward Lyon

Florence Nightingale died on _______ . At the age of 90.

  • August 13, 1910
  • March 12, 1910
  • August 13, 1911
  • March 12, 1911

He is a

  • cook

Which of the following is not considered as sensitive personal information?

  • religion
  • age
  • marital status
  • none of the choices

Is respirations of 22 normal or abnormal for adolescents and adults?

  • Normal
  • Abnormal

The best way to measure accurate daily weights is to:

  • Weigh the client without clothing.
  • Weigh the client fully clothed.
  • Weigh the client at the same time and day.
  • Weigh the client after breakfast.

If a client is sitting in a chair in his room masturbating, the aide SHOULD:

  • Report the incident to the agency office
  • Tell the client to stop
  • Laugh and tell the client to go in the bathroom
  • Leave the client alone and provide privacy

Examples of client abuse include all of the following except:

  • Forcing clients fingers off the side rail.
  • Deliberately leaving the call bell out of reach.
  • Turning the light out against the client's wishes.
  • Using gloves to provide peri-care.

Counting every time someone takes a breath in and out for a full minute is counting their what?

  • temperature
  • pulse
  • blood pressure
  • respirations

All of the following actions can be done by the caregiver to lessen the fall risks for seniors except which one?

  • Insist the senior allow you to accompany them when bathing
  • Help arrange for the installation of grab bars in the bathroom
  • Tack down rugs in home or pick them up from the floor
  • Arrange furniture so walking paths is clear – pick up electrical cords in walking path

5. A structured communication intended to gather subjective data.

  • [No Answer]

Which nursing professional position is the highest

  • LPN
  • RN
  • CNA
  • surgical technician

When transferring a client, the client becomes weak and begins to fall. The nurse's aide's first action is to:

  • Hold the transfer belt and lean against the wall.
  • Call for help.
  • Grasp the belt and lower the client to the floor.
  • Hold the client tightly to prevent falling.

This is an ethical concept of retaining the anonymity of the participants in the research.

  • autonomy
  • exploitation
  • Mispresentation
  • confidentiality

Reality orientation techniques include all of the following except:

  • Labeling items in the client's room.
  • Putting up calendars and clocks.
  • Using familiar items in the client's room.
  • Reminding a client that his spouse is deceased.

The effect of lack of sleep to the final test score of high school students in Olivarez College. What is your independent variable?

  • The effect of lack of sleep

True or False: Nightingale felt that nurses did not need proper training because it was in their nature

  • False

A client needs to be repositioned but is heavy, and the nurse aide is not sure she can move the client alone. The nurse aide should:

  • Try to move the client alone
  • Have the family do it
  • Ask another nurse aide to help

When you are finished caring for a patient that is in the bed the bed should be left in what position

  • lowest
  • highest
  • patient's height level
  • nurse's waste level

To help a client into a wheelchair, the nurse aide should position the chair:

  • At the side of the bed, facing the head of the bed.
  • At the foot of the bed.
  • At the head of the bed.
  • At the sided of the bed, facing the foot of the bed.

The nurse aide is asked by a confused client what day it is. The nurse aide should:

  • Explain that memory loss is natural and the date is not important
  • Ignore the request
  • Point to the date on a calendar and say the date
  • Provide the date and then test the client later

A client with a broken hip needs an enema. The best bedpan to use would be a:

  • Fracture pan
  • Plastic pan
  • Pediatric pan
  • Metal pan

Type ____ Diabetes is diagnosed at a young age, and is considered an auto immune disease.

  • 1

What is a beginning sign of a pressure sore?

  • Swelling
  • Numbness
  • Discoloration
  • Coolness

University leaders say FFA students are ____ times more valuable than National Honor Society students when recruiting

  • 1
  • 1.5
  • 1.13
  • 1.6

The client offers an aide a twenty dollar bill as a thank you for all that the aide has done. The aide SHOULD:

  • Take the money so as not to offend the client
  • Politely refuse the money
  • Take the money and buy something for the client
  • Call the HCA office to report the offer of money

To change direction, a nurse aide should:

  • Turn her whole body by moving her feet.
  • Twist from the waist.
  • Move her body in sections.
  • Move her body very slowly.

What does the abbreviation PPE stand for?

  • personal protective equipment

She is often seen as the mother of American professional nursing. She was a prolific author and researcher. Her concept of nursing is still used in clinical and community health care.

  • Florence Nightingale
  • Virginia Henderson
  • Faye Abdellah
  • Dorothea Orem

When providing postmortem care, the nurse aide must:

  • Ensure that a family member is present.
  • Having a coworker assist her.
  • Wear gloves.
  • Contact the funeral director for instructions.

85 years ago, what percentage of Americans were involved in Agriculture?

  • 10%
  • 25%
  • 35%
  • 50%

The normal aging process is BEST defined as the time when:

  • People become dependent and childlike
  • Alzheimer’s disease begins
  • Normal body functions and senses decline
  • People are over sixty-five years of Age

A safety device used to assist a DEPENDENT client from a bed to a chair is called a:

  • Posey vest
  • Hand roll
  • Transfer/gait belt
  • Foot board

The ABC's of emergency care stands for:

  • Airway, breathing, and circulation
  • Action before calling
  • Airway before circulation
  • Action, benefit, and contact

What does HIPPA stand for?

  • Hippos Inside Practicing Piano Accompaniment
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
  • Health Intuitions Protecting Accessibility Act
  • Healthcare Information Protection of Possible Accounts

They are called as individuals whose personal information, sensitive personal information, or privileged information is being processed.

  • Data Subjects
  • Data Predicate
  • Lawyer
  • Employee

When a client has a left-sided weakness, what part of a sweater is put on first?

  • Both Sleeves
  • Left Sleeve
  • Clients Choice
  • Right Sleeve

Which temperature is considered MOST accurate?

  • Oral
  • Axillary
  • Groin
  • Rectal

Sputum is best collected:

  • Just before bedtime.
  • In the afternoon.
  • Upon awakening in the morning.
  • Anytime.

What is the best answer? What can help a Type II diabetic regulate their blood sugar?

  • Drink lots of water
  • Exercise
  • Change their diet to avoid high carb foods
  • All of the above.

A nurse aide is making rounds at 1:00 A.M. She finds a patient lighting a cigarette. Assuming smoking is allowed in the facility, what should she do?

  • Scold him and tell him never to smoke unsupervised again.
  • Remain with the patient until he finishes smoking.
  • Tell another coworker.
  • Call the charge nurse to supervise.

When reporting cases to the health department what CAN be shared?

  • Age
  • Age
  • Illness
  • Name
  • DOB
  • Current Condition/Outcome

T99 is normal for what age group

  • adolescent
  • adolescent
  • adult

This refers to any natural or juridical person or any other body to whom a personal information controller may outsource or instruct the processing of personal data pertaining to a data subject.

  • Nursing Administrator
  • Personal Information Processor
  • Personal Information Controller
  • Human Resource Officer

Risk for Ineffective Airway Clearance related to accumulation of secretions in lungs


What position should a patient be in to receive an enema?

  • Supine
  • Fowler's
  • Prone
  • Left Sim's

Describes human response, the client’s physical, sociocultural, psychological, and spiritual responses to an illness or health problem


In giving care according to the client's Bill of Rights, the nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Provide privacy during the client’s personal care
  • Open the client’s mail without permission
  • Use the client’s personal possessions for another client
  • Prevent the client from complaining about care

12. After completing the health history, the nurse begins to ask more detailed questions to clarify points and ff-up and concerns expressed by the client during the interview. This portion of the health assessment is:

  • complete interview
  • comprehensive data
  • focused interview
  • subjective dat

The abbreviation for certified nursing assistant is

  • CNA

What cells in the blood respond when there is an infection

  • White Blood Cells
  • Red Blood Cells
  • Thrombocytes
  • Plasma

Listening to the sounds of the body during a physical examination. Usually using a stethoscope.

  • auscultation
  • Percussion
  • inspection
  • palpation

In the middle of the lunch, a client stands up, clutching her neck and unable to speak. The nurse aide should first:

  • Call for help.
  • Offer her drink of water.
  • Hit her on the back.
  • Perform the Heimlich maneuver.

Which of the following methods is the CORRECT way to remove a dirty isolation gown?

  • Pull it over the head
  • Let it drop to the floor and step out of it
  • Roll it dirty side in and away from the body
  • Pull it off by the sleeve and shake it out

Nurses use critical thinking skills to interpret assessment data and identify client strengths and problems.

  • TRUE

Processing is any _ of any set of operations performed upon personal data including, but not limited to, the collection, recording, organization, storage, updating or modification, retrieval, consultation, use, consolidation, blocking, erasure or destruction of data.

  • operation

Does nurse practitioner is higher than RN?

  • Yes
  • No

A client drinks four ounces of juice. The nurse aides would document this as:

  • 4 ounces.
  • Four ounces.
  • One cup.
  • 120 cc.

A "closed bed" means on that is

  • clean and ready for use
  • occupied
  • dirty
  • broken

When caring for a hearing impaired client, the nursing assistant should do all of the following except:

  • Stand or sit facing the client.
  • Speak clearly and softy.
  • Raise your voice.
  • Use simple words and sentences.

What would be the BEST way for the nurse aide to promote client independence in bathing a client who has had a stroke?

  • Give the client a complete bath only when the client requests it
  • Encourage the client to do as much as possible and assist as needed
  • Leave the client alone and so the client may do as much as she can
  • Limit the client to washing her hands

A client is sitting in her room with a doll in her arms, stating, "My baby is sick". What should the nurse aide do?

  • Tell her not to worry because the baby will be fine.
  • Tell her the aide will call the baby's doctor.
  • Ask her if she is upset with her doll.
  • Tell her the bay is not real.

There is a breach of security if there are authorized disclosure of or access to personal data.

  • True
  • False

What is a medical professional who draws blood called?

  • Optometrists
  • Certified Medical Assistant
  • X-ray technician
  • Phlebotomists

A nurse aide finds smoke and flames coming from the resident's room. The nurse aide should first:

  • Attempt to get the resident out of the room and close the door
  • Get the fire extinguisher and put out the fire
  • Take away the resident's cigarettes
  • Pull the fire alarm

This is an ethical concept where the respondents are not harmed in any way possible. (Act of doing no harm)

  • beneficence
  • promise-keeping
  • non-maleficence
  • truth-telling and ethics of mispresentation

What is the term for a device used to take place of a missing body part?

  • Pronation
  • Abduction
  • External rotation
  • Prosthesis

When bathing a client, the nurse aide recognizes which of the following as the first sign of a pressure sore?

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Numbness
  • Pain

Remains the same as long as the disease process is present


When entering the room ALWAYS (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

  • introduce yourself
  • introduce yourself
  • check to make sure you have the correct patient
  • perform hand hygiene

Which of the following is the most important action to prevent the spread of infection?

  • Wear mask when caring for a patient
  • Cover mouth when caring for a patient
  • Prevent close contact when caring for a patient
  • Hand washing before & after caring for a patient

If a client is sitting in a chair in his home watching television and begins to comment on the race and political views of a person on TV , the aide SHOULD:

  • Report the incident to the agency office
  • Tell the client to stop
  • Offer examples of similar experiences and shared views
  • Leave the client alone and continue with their work tasks

The Data Subject has the right to

  • never file a complaint
  • erase
  • not demand for damages
  • correct

True or False: Death rates decreased because Florence Nightingale improved sanitary conditions in the hospital

  • True

A nurse aide is recording the output of a resident who has a Foley catheter. She sees the urine bag is empty. What should she do first?

  • Irrigate the catheter.
  • Check for kinks in the tube.
  • Replace the drainage bag.
  • Replace the catheter.

While caring for a client, a nurse aide accidentally gets blood in her eyes. The nurse aide should first:

  • Rinse them out with clear water.
  • Call 911.
  • Report the incident to the charge nurse.
  • Document it.

It is appropriate for a nurse aide to share the information regarding a client's status with:

  • Anyone asking questions to the nurse aide.
  • The client's family memebers
  • The client's roommate
  • The staff on the next shift

What is a hematologists?

  • Someone who studies tissues
  • Someone who studies skin
  • Someone who studies blood
  • Someone who studies bones

When caring for a client with left-sided weakness, where should the aid place the wheelchair when transferring the patient into the wheelchair?

  • Directly in front of the patient
  • On the right side of the patient
  • On the left side of the patient

Which of the following is true about visually challenged clients?

  • They prefer to eat alone.
  • They use a "clock" system to find their food.
  • They prefer to be fed.
  • They need liquid diets.

1. Overview to General Health Assessment (1-2 sentence)

  • [No Answer]

Which statement about bathing unconscious clients is correct?

  • Unconscious clients may be able to hear you speak to them during the bath.
  • Unconscious clients can turn in bed when asked.
  • Unconscious clients do not need to be observed for decubiti.
  • Unconscious clients have very moist skin.

11. After conducting the health interview, the nurse begins to measure the client's vital signs. The nurse is collecting:

  • Subjective Data
  • Secondary Data
  • Objective Data
  • Constant Data

A statement of nursing judgment based on education, experience, expertise and license to treat



  • None
  • Clear My Arteries
  • Camera
  • Certified Medical Assistant

The nurse aide is caring for a client who is agitated. The nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Speak loudly so the client can hear the instructions
  • Ask to reassign the care of this client
  • Talk in a slow, calm, reassuring manner
  • Tell the client to be quiet

A client is upset and crying over the recent death of her husband. How should the nurse aide respond?

  • Tell her not to cry because it will make her feel sad
  • Close the door and leave the client to cry alone
  • Take the client to an activity to help her forget her husband
  • Sit with the client and allow her to talk about her feelings

A client begins to have a seizure while the nurse aide is bathing him. The nurse aide should:

  • Hold him down to prevent him from falling.
  • Put a tongue depressor in his mouth.
  • Protect him from injuring himself.
  • Run out of the room and get help.

13. During a health interview, the client states that she becomes increasingly short of breath when sitting in city traffic. The nurse views this information as:

  • A Cultural factor
  • Emotional factor
  • External environment factor
  • none of the above

Which of the following is digested down to make glucose?

  • Proteins
  • Carbohydrates
  • Lipids
  • Fats

Which of the following conditions need to be reported immediately to the charge nurse?

  • Rash that appears suddenly
  • Warm, dry, and pink skin
  • Tough skin on the feet
  • Scarred skin

Type ____ diabetes is diagnosed later in life, and can be controlled with diet and exercise.

  • 2

She provided nurses with one of the first academic nursing theories. She was a prolific author and researcher. She categorized nursing problems based on the individual’s needs and developed a typology of nursing treatment and nursing skills.

  • Florence Nightingale
  • Virginia Henderson
  • Faye Abdellah
  • Dorothea Orem

Exercises that move each muscle and joint are called:

  • Adduction
  • Range of motion
  • Abduction
  • Rotation

A client who is weak and unsteady needs to urinate. The nurse aide can safely leave him alone to use a:

  • Commode
  • Toilet
  • Bedpan
  • Urinal

When helping a client who is recovering from a stroke to walk, the nurse aide should assist:

  • On the client's strong side
  • On the client's weak side
  • From behind the client
  • With a wheelchair

Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity related to immobility as evidenced by red blisters on the sacral area.


While assisting a client with denture care the nurse aide observes that the upper plate is cracked. The nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Clean the dentures and return them to the client’s mouth
  • Call the HCA offices and ask to speak to the case manager for this patient
  • Call the client’s dentist and make an appointment
  • Ask client if you can have the denture to glue back together

BEFORE taking the oral temperature of a client who has just finished a cold drink, the nurse aide should wait:

  • 10 to 20 minutes
  • 25 to 35 minutes
  • 45 to 55 minutes
  • At least 1 hour

Is a pulse of 58 normal or abnormal for an adolescent

  • Normal
  • Abnormal

He is a

  • computer programmer

A nurse aide who is active in her church is assigned to care for a hospice client who is not a member of any religious group. The nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Help the client understand the nurse aide’s faith
  • Tell the client that it is important for the client to join some church, even if it is not the nurse aide’s church
  • Avoid starting religious discussions
  • Arrange to have the nurse aide’s clergyman visit the client

To place a client in good alignment, the nurse aide should:

  • Keep the client's joint well lubricated.
  • Keep the clients straight as possible.
  • Keep bed linens wrinkle free.
  • Ambulate the client at least twice day.

The LPN can perform the following duties (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

  • Take vital signs
  • Take vital signs
  • Give injections
  • Administer medications
  • Treat wounds

When repositioning a heavy client, the nurse aide should:

  • Attempt to move the client alone.
  • Let the family move the client.
  • Get another aide to help.
  • Move the client later.

2.__________Data are information from client's point of view including their feelings and concerns obtained through interview.

  • Subjective

Which of the following is a correct measurement of urinary output?

  • 40 oz
  • 300 cc
  • 2 cups
  • 1 Quart

The public health nurse provides education to the community on disease, health, child care, and nutrition

  • True

To BEST communicate with a client who is totally deaf, the nurse aide should:

  • Smile frequently and speak loudly
  • Smile often and talk rapidly
  • Avoid eye contact
  • Write out information

The normal BP for an adult is

  • 120/80
  • 130/90
  • 68
  • 60-100

A nurse aide MUST wear gloves when:

  • Feeding a client
  • Doing peri-care
  • Giving a back rub
  • Doing range of motion

For a client who is classified as wounded and skin isolation, the soiled linen should be:

  • Placed in the linen hamper.
  • Discarded.
  • Bagged before removing from the room.
  • Taken directly to the laundry.

Which of the following is not considered a senior 7 super foods that prolong life?

  • Salmon or other fatty
  • Walnuts and almonds
  • Eggs including the yolk
  • Romaine Lettuce
  • Dark chocolate or hot cocoa

When making a bed, the nurse aide should place the soiled linen:

  • In a red plastic bag.
  • On the bedside table.
  • On the floor.
  • In a laundry bag.

True or False: The licensed practical nurse performs care under the supervision of a registered nurse

  • True

If a Hematologists is studying your blood and you have abnormal white blood cells what disease are you likely to have

  • Leukemia
  • Sickle Cell Anemia
  • Diabetes
  • Mononucleosis

A client wakes up during the night and asks for something to eat. The nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Check client’s diet before offering nourishment
  • Tell the client nothing is available at night
  • Explain that breakfast is coming in three hours
  • Tell the client that eating is not allowed during the night

Examples of licensed nursing professionals are (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

  • registered nurse
  • registered nurse
  • licensed professional nurse

Transferring a client from a bed to a stretcher requires that the nurse aide use:

  • Proper body mechanics.
  • A Hoyer Lift.
  • A minimum of three coworkers.
  • A mobility mattress.

To avoid pulling the catheter when turning a male client, the catheter tube must be taped to the clients:

  • Right Forearm
  • Upper thigh
  • Bed frame
  • Hip

If a resident begins to choke while being fed and is unable to speak, the nurse aide should call for help and begin doing:

  • Back blows.
  • Mouth-to-mouth ventilation.
  • A finger sweep.
  • Abdominal thrusts.

14. During the health assessment, the nurse reviews the client's laboratory data. This is an example of:

  • Constant Date
  • Primary source data
  • subjective data
  • secondary source data

´RA 9262 (e )states that: It shall be the duty of the nurse to: (e) Undertake nursing and health human resource development training and research which shall include, but not limited to the development of advance nursing practice.

  • True
  • False

In Type 1 Diabetes the _________ cannot produce __________

  • liver, enzymes
  • pancreas, glucagon
  • pancreas, insulin
  • stomach, insulin

A resident is walking back and forth in the hall. The nurse aide should:

  • Restrain the resident.
  • Walk with the resident.
  • Place the resident in a locked room.
  • Continue to observe the client.

A client who has not had a bowel movement in five days. He may also complain of:

  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Leg cramps
  • Chest pain

A method of feeling with the fingers or hands during a physical examination. examine the size, consistency, texture, location, and tenderness of an organ or body part.

  • palpation
  • auscultation
  • inspection
  • Percussion

3.What are you trying to establish during the client interview?

  • [No Answer]

The effect of lack of sleep to the final test score of high school students in Olivarez College. What is the population?

  • high school students in Olivarez College

What happens to glucose when insulin is released into the blood stream?

  • glucose decreases because Insulin absorbs it
  • glucose decreases because insulin allows it to enter cells
  • glucose increases because insulin breaks down more glucose
  • glucose increases because the insulin blocks entry into the cells.

6-9. 3 Different phases of interview

  • [No Answer]

If a client is confused, the nurse aide should:

  • Ignore the client until he starts to make sense
  • Restrain the client so that he does not hurt himself
  • Keep the client away from other people
  • Help the client to recognize familiar things and people

Security of a client's dentures includes:

  • Keeping them in a tissue in a dresser drawer.
  • Placing them in a labeled denture cup.
  • Insisting the client wear the denture.
  • Placing an identifying mark on the dentures.

A young resident with muscular dystrophy talks about wanting a boyfriend. This feeling is best described as:

  • Normal
  • Hopeless
  • Unrealistic
  • Confused

Which state has the lowest gender wage gap?

  • Vermont
  • Idaho
  • Massachusetts
  • Nevada

Padded side rails are used to:

  • Keep the client in bed.
  • Protect the client from injury.
  • Provide additional warmth.
  • Remind the client of home.

A nurse aide can assist clients with their spiritual needs by:

  • Taking clients to the nurse aide’s church
  • Allowing clients to talk about their beliefs
  • Avoiding any religious discussions
  • Talking about the nurse aide’s own spiritual beliefs

The LAST sense a dying client will lose is:

  • Smell
  • Hearing
  • Taste
  • Sight

What is the law which states the protection of individual's personal information in information and communication systems in the government and the private sector?

  • Data Privacy Act of 2014
  • Personal Protection of 2012
  • Data Privacy Act of 2012
  • Security Protection of 2012

When making an occupied bed, the nurse aide SHOULD:

  • Put the dirty sheets on the floor
  • Help the client to sit in a chair while the bed is being made
  • Lower both side rails before changing the sheets
  • Raise side rail on unattended side

Which of the following is a popular online networking site?

  • linkedin
  • facetime

The nurse aide finds a conscious client lying on the bathroom floor. The FIRST the thing the nurse aide should do is:

  • Help the client into a sitting position
  • Call 911
  • Offer the client a drink of water
  • Check for signs of injury, and then call Home Care Assistance

It is important to practice standard precautions when:

  • Dressing a patient
  • Feeding a patient
  • Providing oral hygiene
  • Ambulating a patient

Which statement about dressing resident is correct?

  • Dressing is a waste of time for a handicapped resident.
  • Residents are used to dressing in front of others.
  • Residents care about what they wear.
  • Residents like the nurse aide to dress them.

Which of the following lists only items that would be included in the fluid intake?

  • Milk, ham sandwich, and ice cream bar
  • Water, mashed potatoes, and gelatin
  • Milk, custard, and soup
  • Orange juice, soft boiled eggs, and toasts

Choose the techniques in performing physical assessment.

  • percussion
  • percussion
  • auscultation
  • inspection
  • palpation

The following are Steps of Nursing Research. (select all that apply)

  • Statement of the Problem
  • Statement of the Problem
  • Review of Related Literature
  • Formulation of Hypothesis
  • Data Collection
  • Data analysis

To convert four ounces of juice to milliliters (ml), the aide should multiply:

  • 4 x 5 ml
  • 4 x 10 ml
  • 4 x 15 ml
  • 4 x 30 ml

A client complains of a sore spot in her calf. The nurse aide should:

  • Massage her legs with lotion
  • Ask the nurse to check the client immediately
  • Have the client walk to relieve the cramp
  • Assess the soreness every hour for a few hours

The nurse aide can BEST show that he is listening to the client by:

  • Changing the subject frequently
  • Responding when appropriate
  • Correcting the client’s mistakes
  • Directing the conversation

What cells in your blood help repair damage to skin and blood vessels?

  • White Blood Cells
  • Red Blood Cells
  • Platelets
  • Plasma

Why is history important in nursing?

  • allows nurses to understand more fully problems currently affecting the profession

All of the following situations are examples of abuse or neglect EXCEPT:

  • Restraining a client according to a physician’s order
  • Leaving a client alone in a bathtub
  • Threatening to withhold a client’s meals
  • Leaving a client in a wet and soiled bed

When transferring a patient using a Hoyer lift all these steps should be followed EXCEPT:

  • Explain to the patient what you are doing to reassure them of their safety
  • Raise the bed to your waist height to ease the strain on your back while placing the pad under the patient
  • Lower the side rails of the bed for ease of pad application
  • Roll the patient away from you & roll pad in half aligned with the body so that the cut out on the bottom is just below patient’s tail bone. Roll the patient back toward you & pull the pad out unrolling it so that it is completely flat. The patient can then roll slowly onto his back.
  • Pull leg straps through. Attach the loops and roll the Hoyer lift under the bed and lower the bars down to meet the loops of the Hoyer pad. First hook the loops of the pad to support the shoulders and then hook the loops that support the thighs.
  • Slowly begin to raise the patient off the bed. As the pad places the patient into sitting position take his legs and place them over the side of the bed turning them to face you in the process.

When using client restraints, the nurse aide should:

  • Observe skin irritation.
  • Disallow the client to drink.
  • Release the restraints every four hours.
  • Leave the client alone to rest.

Before ambulating a client who has a Foley catheter, the nurse aide should first:

  • Clamp off the catheter and disconnect it.
  • Let the bag dangle between the client's legs.
  • Carry the bag below bladder level.
  • Hide the bag in a pillow case.

What is the process of restoring a disabled client to the highest level of functioning possible?

  • Responsibility
  • Retention
  • Rehabilitation
  • Reincarnation

Examples of an unlicensed nursing professional are (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

  • home health aide
  • home health aide
  • registered nurse
  • surgical technician

When leaving the room, ALWAYS leave the (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

  • bed locked
  • bed locked
  • bed in lowest position

the action or fact of persuading someone or of being persuaded to do or believe something

  • persuasion
  • selflessness
  • altruism

The nurse aide must use a stethoscope to determine:

  • The apical pulse rate
  • The carotid pulse rate
  • The popliteal pulse rate
  • The brachial pulse rate

To prevent the spread of infection, how should the nurse aide handle the soiled linens removed from a client's bed?

  • Shake them in the air
  • Place them in a neat pile on the floor
  • Carry them close to the nurse aide’s body
  • Put them in the dirty linen container

Where can a phlebotomist work? Choose all that apply

  • Hospital
  • Hospital
  • Pharmacy
  • Primary Care Facility

4. A Therapeutic type of communication wherein the health care provider shows concerns and that someone is willing to give them time and attention..

  • [No Answer]

As a Primary Care Physician who are you allowed to share health information with?

  • Patient themselves
  • Patient themselves
  • Patient's parents/guardians

When a dressing a client with left-sided weakness, it is important for the nurse aide to begin dressing him:

  • On the right side.
  • On the left side.
  • When he is lying flat in bed.
  • As he lies on either side.

The needs theorists’ works are still in daily use in education, in clinical nursing, and in clinical nursing research.

  • True
  • False
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