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Nursing Program

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A program of palliative and supportive care that provides physical, psychological, social, and spiritual care for dying people is known as _____ service.

  • hospice

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

A facility the provides a higher level of care than a SNF; it bridges the gap between the acute facility and acute care hospital?

  • Skilled Nursing Facility
  • LTAC
  • Subacute Care Facility

Sexuality changes in aging can result in

  • Decreased sexual desire
  • Unchanged sexual desire
  • Increased sexual desire
  • All of the above

What are the passing scores for the nursing program entrance exam? (Select all that apply)

  • 55% on all 5 sections
  • Any score is a passing score, as long as you try your best
  • 50%-59% on one section and 60% or higher on the other four sections
  • 60% or higher on all sections


  • Adult Health nursing
  • Mother & Child Health nursing
  • Mental Health & Psychiatric nursing
  • Community & public health nursing

Convert 50 ml to litres

  • 0.05 litres

Enucleation refers to

  • Correction of a drooping upper eyelid.
  • Removal of the entire contents of the eye within the sclera shell.
  • Correction of an eversion and drooping of the lower eyelid.
  • Removal of an eyeball without rupturing the eye muscles and remaining orbital contents.

Upon joining the company, which activities are you most excited about?

  • [No Answer]

True/False. The government estimates that by 2021, 20% of the U.S. gross domestic product will be allocated to health care.

  • True
  • False

Your resident has a right hemiplegia.When up in a chair, the resident's right arm should be

  • Placed in her lap
  • Allowed to dangle freely
  • Be elevated on a pillow in her lap
  • None of the above

When you have a resident sit up and dangle her legs before getting up, you should watch for

  • Sudden paleness
  • Excessive sweating
  • Increased respirations
  • All of the above

What is the maximum class size for the NMC Nursing Program?

  • 30

Find the best nursing routine based on the picture.

  • Give health education to patients
  • Record and monitor patient's vital signs
  • Apply and check IV tubing and fluids
  • Check patient's condition

Stoke volume means

  • The amount of blood pumped each ventricle during a given period.
  • The percentage of the end-diastolic volume that is ejected with each stroke.
  • The amount of blood ejected per heartbeat.
  • The pressure that the ventricular myocardium must overcome.

A resident with a paralyzed left arm may be able to feed herself if she uses a

  • Plate guard
  • Build-up spoon
  • Zipper pull
  • A and b only

When caring for a patient with a nasogastric tube, you should

  • Offer the patient water if she starts to gag
  • Take the tape off the nose if it bothers the patient
  • Never unfasten the connecting tubing from the patient's gown
  • Protect the tube when moving or changing the patient's position

Nursing Assistant Provides approximately this percent of care in a LTC facility?

  • 75-80 percent

People who pay for their own medical care?

  • Private Pay

Your assignment sheet has the follwoing notation: " S&A, AC, tid" for Mr. Able. This means that you should

  • Take an axillary temperature and systolic blood pressure after care is given two time a day
  • Do a routine sugar and acetone urine test before meals three time a day
  • Do a routine sugar and acid stool test after Mr. Able's next three stools
  • Offer snacks and ginger ale three time a day

Convert 0.125 g to milligrams

  • 125 milligrams

What do Culture-change facility Practice?

  • Person-directed care

While giving an unconscionably patient a bath, it is imporatnt to

  • Give passive range of motion to all joints
  • Let the team leader exercise the patient's joints
  • Call the physical therapist to exercise the patient afterwards
  • Exercise the patient only if the doctor has ordered it

During a job interview you should tell the interviewer about your

  • Scheduling needs
  • Child care needs
  • Qualifications
  • All of he above

Special devices that residents use to dress themselves include

  • Velcro closings
  • An extended shoe horn
  • A zipper pull
  • All of the above


  • vital signs
  • vital signs

1 milligram is prescribed, tablets are 500 micrograms: how many tablets will you give?

  • 2
  • 1
  • 4
  • 3

A strategy to reduce health care costs is _________, a system that gives providers of care a fixed amount of money per enrollee.

  • capitation

Prostaglandins are chemical substances thought to

  • Reduce the perception of pain.
  • Inhibit transmission of pain.
  • Inhibit transmission of noxious stimuli
  • Increase sensitivity of pain receptors.

Maintaining good interpersonal relationships depends on

  • Going along with the crowd
  • Communicating clearly with others
  • Following orders without questioning
  • Doing all of the above

We ... handover.

  • do
  • does

The third step in the order of assessment is:

  • Inspection
  • Percussion
  • Palpation
  • Auscultation

..... Cindy feed a patient every morning?

  • Do
  • Does

Convert 350 milligrams to g

  • 0.35 g

The vehicle of community health nursing in obtaining optimum health?Note: ANSWER IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS


Emphysema is described as

  • A disease of the airways characterized by destruction of the walls of over-distended alveoli.
  • A disease that results in a common clinical outcome of reversible airflow obstruction.
  • The presence of cough and sputum production for at least a combined total of two or three months in each of two consecutive years.
  • Chronic dilatation of a bronchus or bronchi.

What are influencing factors of Health Care Literacy? (Select all that apply)

  • Living in poverty
  • Living in poverty
  • Education
  • Age
  • Race/ethnicity

The hot water bottle is an example of a

  • Local dry heat application
  • Generalized dry heat application
  • Local moist heat application
  • Generalized moist heat application

Complete the negative sentence of Simple Present Tense using the word in brackets.(-) Robert and I Answer ........... (prepare) medication.

  • do not prepare

What are some career pathways for nurses?

  • Military Nurse
  • Military Nurse
  • Informatics Nurse
  • Flight Nurse

Apatientistobegiven180milligramsofparacetamol.Stockelixircontains120 milligrams/5 ml. Calculate the volume to be given orally.

  • 7.5 mls

Fibromyalgia is a common condition that

  • Involves chronic fatigue, generalized muscle aching and stiffness.
  • Is caused by a virus.
  • Is treated by diet, exercise, and physical therapy.
  • Causes tingling, burning, or pricking sensation to the person’s ski

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

Common signs and symptoms of urinary tract infection may include

  • Extreme thirst
  • Lack of appetite and stomach pain
  • No bowel movement for several days
  • Frequent urination with burning sensation

When reporting your patient's condition to your team leader, you should report immediately

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

What are the roles of nurses? (Select all that apply)

  • Nurses monitor patients health
  • Nurses monitor patients health
  • Nurses are frontline responders
  • Nurses pay for patient's medical bills
  • Nurses deliver primary health care which include promotion, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation

Find the best nursing routine based on the picture.

  • Give health education to patients
  • Record and monitor patient's vital signs
  • Apply and check IV tubing and fluids
  • Check patient's condition

For a resident who is classified as wound 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

What are the two essential elements of being a Nurse?

  • Knowledge and Understanding
  • Knowledge and Knowledge
  • Knowledge and Application of Knowledge
  • Knowledge and Multitasking

If the chains of a Hoyer lift are uneven, then the

  • Shorter end goes toward the resident's feet
  • Shorter end goes toward the resident's head
  • Lift cannot be used
  • Nurse must be called

The Data Subject has the right to

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

Choose the best answer.Bella ... handover.

  • doesn't do
  • doesn't does
  • don't do
  • don't does

Ageism refers to

  • Bias against older people based solely on chronological age.
  • Fear of old age.
  • Loss of memory.
  • Benign senescent forgetfulness.

Licensed hospitals designated for patients who need LTC services, who are expected to have a length of stay of 25 days or more?

  • Skilled Nursing Facility
  • Intermediate Care Facility
  • LTAC
  • Rehabilitation Facility

..... Mr. Black review patients' file?

  • Do
  • Does

CSMC promotes research within the institution thru events such as Nursing & Allied Health Research Presentation.

  • Yes
  • No

´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

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

Which statement about a family's involvement in a resident's care is correct?

  • Families should be asked to attend care plan meetings
  • Families should be asked to leave during care plan meetings
  • Families' wishes can have no effect on care planning
  • Families may attend religious services only

Plasma carries erythrocytes, leukocytes and _________

  • platelets

When assisting a patient with eating, one of the first things you should do is

  • Cut the meat bite-size pieces
  • Wash your hands and the patient's hands
  • Butter the patient's bread
  • Provide the patient with privacy

When a resident is on I and O, which of the following are measured?

  • Liquids other than water
  • See-through liquids only
  • Milk, ice cream, and carbonated beverages
  • All substances that are fluid at room temperature


  • normal saline
  • normal saline

Reporting exactly what you see is an example of a(an) ________observation

  • Clinical
  • Objective
  • Personal
  • Subjective

The first thing you should do before giving a patient a tub bath is to

  • Make sure the tub is clean
  • Check the temperature of the water
  • Make sure there is an order for it
  • Gather necessary supplies

When making an occupied bed, it is important to

  • Make half of the bed at one time
  • Have one side rail up and one down
  • Make a toe pleat in the top covers
  • Do all of the above

The Archdiocese of Manila, headed by ________________, provided financial aid for the reconstruction of the hospital.

  • Rufino Cardinal Santos
  • Jaime Cardinal Sin
  • Gaudencio Cardinal Rosales
  • Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle

True/False. Managed care systems always allow patients to choice their own health care providers.

  • True
  • False

Confidentiality refers to

  • Never sharing information with anyone
  • The right of the patient to privacy
  • Only sharing information with those involved in the resident's care
  • Both b and c

H.S. care is care that is given

  • Before meals
  • Before bedtime
  • After meals
  • Upon awakening

..... Tony and Jack make reports everyday?

  • Do
  • Does

Today's presentation on How to Become a Nurse: A Beginner's Guide is part of our....

  • Mentorship Program
  • S.T.E.M and Career Exploration Series
  • Financial Literacy Series
  • None of the above

Failure to raise the side rails on the bed of a confused patient is an act of

  • Malpractice
  • Negligence
  • Overt commission
  • Breaking a criminal law

In the Public Health intervention where the Nurse Systematically gathers and analyzes data regarding threats to the health of populations, ascertains the source of the threat , Identifies cases and other at risk, and determines control measures.


What does OBP mean?

  • On Boarding Program

Our VISION...Cardinal Santos Medical Center will be the

  • hospital of choice providing excellent healthcare and world-class medical training

When did it began its operation and was instituted as the Cardinal Santos Memorial Hospital?

  • January 1, 1955
  • February 29, 1969
  • August 15, 1974
  • December 14, 1990

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

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

To prevent infection in a resident with an indwelling catheter, you should

  • Keep the drainage bag higher than the bladder
  • Do perineal care from front to back as needed
  • Let the tubing make a U loop below the bed
  • Do perineal care every other night

The nursing assistant must report abuse of a resident by

  • The family
  • The staff
  • Another patient
  • All of the above

An area of CHN in which the Nurse focuses in the Health in the workplace?

  • Correctional nursing
  • Occupational health nursing
  • School health nursing
  • Faith community nursing

What is the name of the pageant done at CSMC in celebration of Filipino Nurses Week 2020?

  • CSMC Mr. & Ms. Nightingale 2020
  • Mr. & Ms. Nightingale 2020
  • CSMC Mr. & Ms. Nightingale
  • Mr. & Ms. Nightingale

What percentage of human blood is fluid plasma?

  • 30%
  • 55%
  • 75%

Convert 300 micrograms to milligrams

  • 0.3 milligrams

500milligrams is prescribed, tablets are 250 milligrams each: how many will you give?

  • 4
  • 2
  • half
  • 6

CSMC is currently under the leadership of President & Chief Executive Officer

  • Mr. Raul C. Pagdanganan

A resident begins to choke while being fed and is unable to speak, the nursing assistant should call for help and begin doing

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

Calculate the volume to be given: ordered chloramphenicol 750 milligrams, on hand suspension 125/5 ml

  • 30 ml

nurses work under local government units deliver healthcare to the grassroots. This also requires that programs initiated by the national government thru the Philippine department of health (DOH) are executed at all levels. This include immunization which offer protection against infectious diseases.

  • Health educator
  • Community organizer
  • Program implementer
  • Healthcare provider

An 85 year old resident tells you that his mother is coming to visit. Your best response would be,

  • "That is impossible. Your mother can't come to see you."
  • " That's nice, when is she coming?"
  • "Tell me how old your mother is."
  • "Are you wishing you could see your mother?"

When family members visit a resident, the visitors should

  • Stay in the day room
  • Stay a short while so as not to tire the resident
  • Be expected to help with care
  • Be allowed privacy with the resident

Each resident who is not NPO must always have

  • Fresh fruit
  • Three hot meals
  • Fresh water
  • Juice and pop

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

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

A community wide group of people who are the focus of nursing service. The community directly influences the health of individuals, families, groups, sub-populations and populations who are a part of it. Provision of most health services occurs at the community levelNOTE: ANSWER IN CAPITAL LETTERS



  • left lower lobe
  • left lower lobe

You perform passive range of motion exercises for a resident, you should do all the following except

  • Use good body mechanics
  • Move the joint until the resident feels pain
  • Keep the body covered except for the joint being exercised
  • Make the resident as he can


  • premature ventricular contraction
  • premature ventricular contraction

During his bath, Mr. Ramirez complains of chest pain and shortness of breath. You should

  • Contact your supervisor immediately
  • Continue the bath
  • Stop the bath and have the resident take some deep breaths
  • Assist the resident to a chair to sit upright

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

  • Data Subjects
  • Data Predicate
  • Lawyer
  • Employee

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


  • Grain
  • Grain

The jail term for an access due to negligence is

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

A disease that is called "a slow death of the mind"

  • Dementia
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Mixed Dementia
  • Parkinson's Disease

True or False: Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare industry

  • True
  • False

True/False. Fifty years ago, half of the doctors in the United States practiced primary care, but today fewer than one in three do.

  • True
  • False

True or False: Nurses are not important

  • False
  • True

Haemal system consists of

  • arteries
  • arteries
  • veins
  • platelets
  • capillaries

Haematoma is

  • a bruise
  • bleeding
  • a disease of the blood


  • To provide expertise in the fields of neurosurgery, oncology, cardiology, and rehabilitation medicine.
  • To be responsible for our patients, physicians, partners and people.
  • To proactively respond to the health needs of the communities we serve.
  • To achieve a sustainable growth and create value for our stakeholders.
  • all of the above

Hypernatremia refers to

  • An elevation in the partial pressure of carbon dioxide in arterial blood.
  • An elevated level of sodium in venous blood.
  • A decreased level of calcium in venous blood.
  • A reduced level of oxygen in arterial blood.

Gavage means

  • Administration of a liquid feeding into the stomach.
  • Visual examination of the stomach.
  • Irrigation of the stomach with a solution.
  • A surgical opening through the abdomen to the stomach.

Sexuality in long term care patients may included all of the following except

  • Needing private time with a partner
  • Caring about one's physical appearance
  • Engaging in public fondling
  • Desiring sexual interaction

Provides daily supervision and assistance with ADL'S; does not provide medical care.

  • Skilled Nursing Facility
  • Group Home
  • Rehabilitation Facility
  • Assisted Living Facility

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, beginning in 2014, will remove _______ or subsidized coverage to qualifying people with incomes up to 400% of poverty.

  • medicare

the practice of promoting and protecting the health of populations using knowledge from nursing, social, and public health sciences

  • Public Health Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing
  • Community Nurse
  • Community Health

True or False: Nursing is a profession that is both an art and a science because it uses specialized knowledge and certain skills to provide care and promote wellness to individuals.

  • True
  • False

The resident's religion forbids eating pork. Ham is being served for lunch. You should

  • Tell the resident to eat it because she needs protein
  • Tell the resident it's all right since her doctor ordered the diet
  • Ask the nurse to call the kitchen
  • Tell the resident that restrictions don't pertain in times of illness

Which statement about dressing residents is not true?

  • It is safer for a resident to wear shoes than slippers
  • Residents need to be completely dressed by the nurse aide
  • After a resident is dressed, he may still need a lap robe for privacy
  • Being dressed helps the resident's morale

Ataxia simply means

  • Vascular lesions caused by dilated blood vessels.
  • Inability to understand the spoken word.
  • Transient, spontaneous movement that occurs in muscle groups after strenuous exercise.
  • Uncoordinated muscle movement.

He .... patients' bed.

  • make
  • makes

A clear liquid that carries red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets is called ___________

  • plasma

Because of lack of exercise, bedridden residents often develop

  • Decubitus ulcers
  • Foot drop
  • Contractures and muscle atrophy
  • All of the above

Choose the best answer.Bella and Hendry ....... IV tubing.

  • doesn't apply
  • don't apply
  • doesn't applies
  • don't applies

Calculate the volume to be given: ordered penicillin 500 milligrams, on hand syrup 125/5 ml

  • 20 ml


  • left upper quadrant
  • left upper quadrant

A patient is prescribed penicillin 400 milligrams orally. Stock syrup has strength of 125 milligrams/5 ml. Calculate the volume of mixture to be given.

  • 12 mls
  • 14 mls
  • 16 mls
  • 18 mls

Which of the following statements about range of motion exercises is not true?

  • Active range of motion means the resident does the exercises
  • Passive range of motion means the nursing assistant does the exercises
  • Active range of motion means the nursing assistant does the exercises
  • Active range of motion is best for the resident, when possible

Vivid dreaming occurs in which stage of sleep?

  • REM (Rapid eye movement)
  • Stage II non-REM
  • Stage I non-REM
  • Delta stage

You observe that Mr. Nix has an open red area on her coccyx that is draining. You should

  • Wash the area with soap and water and apply alcohol
  • Ask another nursing assistant to look at it and give her opinion
  • Check it again the next day
  • Tell the supervisor so she can check it.

Complete the positive sentence of Simple Present Tense using the word in brackets.(+) Robert Answer ............ (round) up patient with doctor.

  • rounds

It is a population-based practice model that encompasses three levels of practice (community, systems, and individual/family) and 17 public health interventions.NOTE: ANWER IN CAPITAL LETTERS


625 milligrams prescribed, tablets are 1.25 g each: how many will you give?

  • 2
  • half
  • 1
  • 1 and a half

50 milligrams is prescribed, tablets are 12.5 milligrams each: how many will you give?

  • 7
  • 6
  • 5
  • 4

A water pitcher has tipped over and you notice water on the floor. You should

  • Wipe it up immediately
  • Throw a towel over the water to prevent accidents
  • Notify the charge nurse
  • Call housekeeping

Pulses can be assessed in many different locations. Name then pulse site commonly used to detect peripheral vascular disease

  • Dorsalis Pedis

Haemogenesis is

  • bleeding
  • new blood forming process
  • study of blood

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

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

  • autonomy
  • exploitation
  • Mispresentation
  • confidentiality

If you mix type A and type B blood, the red blood cells join together or 'clump'. Is clumping bad?

  • Yes
  • No

Is it OK to mix type O with type A blood?

  • Yes
  • No

Our Core Values…(select all that applies)

  • Integrity
  • Integrity
  • Teamwork
  • Excellence
  • Malasakit
  • Servant Leadership

On entering a room, you notice that the patient is not breathing. You first action should be to

  • Call for help
  • Lay the resident down on his back
  • Give four quick breaths
  • Give 8-10 abdominal thrusts

Haematology is

  • a disease of the blood
  • a bruise
  • a study of blood

While you are walking Mrs. Grey in the hallway, she complains of chest pain and dizziness. Your fist response should be

  • Sit her on the floor and go get help
  • Call for help immediately but stay with her
  • Continue the walk so as not to alarm her
  • Tell her to relax because everything will be okay

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

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

Where can you find the application for the nursing program?

  • Project PROA
  • Library
  • Office of Admission and Records
  • On the NMC website, under nursing

A government program that covers the cost of medical care for people 65 yrs or older, or who are considered disabled?

  • Medicare

Cardinal Santos Medical Center (CSMC) was formerly known as

  • Maryknoll Sisters Hospital
  • St. Paul’s Hospital of Manila
  • US-Philippines War Medical Center
  • Cardinal Santos Memorial Center

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

If Mrs. Force loses her temper and starts swearing, you should

  • Put her in her room
  • Swear back at her
  • Ignore the outburst
  • Follow the care plan

When assessing the musculoskeletal system, name a site you would check to assess ROM

  • Neck

Oncotic pressure refers to

  • The number of dissolved particles contained in a unit of fluid.
  • The exertion of substances such as glucose through increased urine output.
  • The osmotic pressure exerted by proteins.
  • The amount of pressure needed to stop flow of water by osmosis.

A male patient has a soft wrist safety device. Which assessment finding should the nurse consider abnormal?

  • A palpable radial pulse
  • A palpable ulnar pulse
  • Cool, pale fingers
  • Pink nail beds

Communicates facts, ideas, and skills that change knowledge, attitudes, values, and beliefs, behaviors, and practices of individuals, families, system and/or communities


Hematopoiesis pertains to

  • Blood coagulation.
  • Abnormal internal or external bleeding.
  • Blood cell formation.
  • The expectoration of blood from the respiratory tract.

Which of the following is not a special or therapeutic diet?

  • Diabetic
  • Low salt
  • Bland
  • Regular

Mr. Johnson has not had a bowel movement for five days. He might complain of

  • Abdominal cramping
  • Lack of appetite
  • Slight nausea
  • All of the above

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

A patient is in the bathroom when the nurse enters to give a prescribed medication. What should the nurse in charge do?

  • Leave the medication at the patient’s bedside.
  • Tell the patient to be sure to take the medication. And then leave it at the bedside.
  • Wait for the patient to return to bed, and then leave the medication at the bedside.
  • Return shortly to the patient’s room and remain there until the patient takes the medication.

A malignant tumor

  • Gains access to the blood and lymphatic channels.
  • Demonstrates cells that are well-differentiated.
  • Lacks the ability to metastasize.
  • Grows by expansion.

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


  • congestive heart failure
  • congestive heart failure

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

A government reimbursement system to cover the cost of medical expenses?

  • Medicaid

..... you have morning shift?

  • Do
  • Does

Our Leadership Brand...

  • We are Caring Cardinal Leaders.

A patient was admittted with a stroke. How would you check the symmetry of their strength bilaterally? Give one example

  • Hand grips

When you are unable to work due to illness, you should

  • Arrange for someone to cover for you
  • Call the facility as early as possible
  • Call your charge nurse an hour before you scheduled time
  • Notify the facility at least 30 minutes before your scheduled time

Before any transfer, you should

  • Have the nurse's approval
  • Know the proper procedure
  • Use a transfer belt if needed
  • All of the above

True/False. The Unite States spends more per person on health care than any other nation in the world.

  • True
  • False

Find the best nursing routine based on the picture.

  • Give health education to patients
  • Record and monitor patient's vital signs
  • Apply and check IV tubing and fluids
  • Check patient's condition

Behavior management is a system for

  • Making residents follow the rules
  • Increasing positive behavior
  • Punishing negative behavior
  • Making individual staff decisions

Which patient finding is subjective?

  • Blood Pressure
  • Pain
  • Petechia
  • Edema

Before transferring the resident, you should first wash you hands and then

  • Explain what you are going to do
  • Requisition a Hoyer lift
  • Get help if needed
  • Assist the resident to her feet

A resident who is eating poorly should be offered

  • Vitamin pills
  • Tube feeding
  • Clear broth
  • Dietary supplements

Early signs of hypoxia include

  • Confusion

When assisting Mr. Cohen in learning to use a walker, you should

  • Stand behind him and use a transfer belt
  • Put padding all the way around the top rim
  • Let him walk by himself so he gains independence
  • Let him practice using the walker on the day he is discharged

New blood is being constantly made by the ____________

  • bone marrow

What is the purpose of the NMC Nursing Club?

  • To encourage currently enrolled students to collaborate with each other and outside sources to promote fast food in Tinian
  • There is no purpose, it is just a club
  • To encourage currently enrolled students to collaborate with each other and outside sources to promote health and wellness in Saipan.
  • To encourage NMC alumni to collaborate with each other

Immunizations and health risk screenings are examples of a __________ level of health care.

  • primary

Who can join the NMC Nursing Club?

  • A University Of Guam Student
  • Pre-Nursing Students
  • NMC Alumni
  • Currently enrolled NMC Students

Before you ambulate a patient who has a Foley catheter, you should

  • Clamp off the catheter and disconnect it, since the bag would be in the way
  • Leave the catheter dangling between the patient's legs
  • Carry the bag below the level of the bladder
  • Hide the bag in a pillowcase so the patient will not be embarrassed

Which of the following activities were done in celebration of the Filipino Nurses Week 2020?

  • 5-Day Daily Quiz
  • Nurses Win na Win
  • LegeNars: Mobile Legend Tournament
  • ZoomBahay Webinar
  • all of the above

Mr. Brook has a broken hip and needs to have an enema. The best type of bedpan to use would be a

  • Fracture pan
  • Plastic pan
  • Child sized pan
  • Metal pan

On August 15, 2008, CSMC was turned over to which hospital management?

  • Hospital Managers, Inc. (HMI)
  • Colinas Verdes Hospital Managers Corporation (CVHMC)

Urinary retention refers to

  • Normal output of urine
  • Inability to urinate
  • Incontinence
  • Large output of urine

Epistaxis refers to

  • Dryness of the mouth.
  • Hemorrhage from the nose.
  • Drainage of a large amount of fluid from the nose.
  • Difficulties in swallowing.

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

  • True
  • False

Wrinkles in the bedclothes can

  • Overheat the patient
  • Irritate the patient's skin
  • Result in torn sheets
  • Restrict the patietn's activity

When giving daily care you should observe

  • General appearance
  • Mental condition
  • Skin condition
  • All of the above

A hospital designated with ________ status has been recognized for quality patient care, nursing excellence, and innovations in professional nursing practice.

  • magnet

In caring for a confused elderly man, you should remember to

  • Keep the bedrails up except when you are at the bedside
  • Close the door to the room so that he does not disturb other patients
  • Keep the room dark and quiet at all times to keep the patient form becoming upset
  • Remind him each morning to shower and shave independently

3 tablets each contain 250 milligrams. What is the total dose in milligrams?

  • 650 milligrams
  • 750 milligrams
  • 250 miligrams
  • 1000 miligrams

When you make a bed, you should place the soiled linen

  • On the bedside table
  • On the overbed table
  • In a laundry bag
  • On a chair

Find the best nursing routine based on the picture.

  • Give health education to patients
  • Record and monitor patient's vital signs
  • Apply and check IV tubing and fluids
  • Check patient's condition


  • history of
  • history of
  • history of

Where can you find the NMC Nursing Club application? (Select all that apply)

  • NMC Nursing Department
  • NMC Nursing Department
  • Just call Jan
  • NMC Nursing Club Page

A __GPA must be maintained throughout the Nursing Program

  • 2.5

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

Which of the following programs are being offered in CSMC?

  • Developmental Program
  • Career Laddering Program
  • Wellness Program
  • New Employee Orientation Program & On-Boarding Program
  • All of the above

A patient is having difficulty swallowing medications and food. The nurse would document that this patient has:

  • Aphasia
  • Dysphasia
  • Dysphagia
  • Anorexia

True/False. Preferred provider organizations (PPOs) are prepaid, group-managed care plans that allow subscribers to receive all medical services through a group of affiliated providers.

  • True
  • False

Provides the most intensive level of care on the residential care continuum?

  • Assisted Living Facility
  • Intermediate Care Facility
  • Skilled Nursing Facility
  • Subacute Care Facility

Convert 0.5 g to milligrams

  • 500 milligrams

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

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


  • four times per day
  • four times per day
  • four times a day

Protamine sulfate refers to

  • A medication used to reverse the effects of heparin.
  • A thrombolytic agent.
  • An antiplatelet medication given to reduce the risk of thrombus formation.
  • A salicylate drug.

the community/public health nurse take a proactive stance in ensuring that the right to health of the population he/she works with is realized and protected. To do this he/she engages stakeholders in clamoring and lobbying for policies that impact the health of communities.

  • Program implementer
  • Manager/leader
  • Community organizer
  • Client advocate

A prosthesis is

  • An artificial substitute for a missing body part
  • A device for moving patients
  • An expected condition of the aging process
  • A disease of the circulatory system

Mr. Kull is weak and unsteady. He needs to urinate. You could safely leave him alone to use

  • A bedside commode
  • The toilet
  • A bedpan
  • A urinal


  • complete blood count
  • complete blood count

Palliation refers to

  • Relief of symptoms associated with cancer.
  • Hair loss.
  • The spread of cancer cells from the primary tumor distant sites.
  • The lowest point of white blood cell depression after therapy that has toxic effects on the bone marrow.

Encouraging a patient to take part in activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, combing hair, and feeding is

  • Done only when time permits
  • The family's responsibility
  • Necessary for rehabilitation
  • A violation of patient rights
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