CNA Emergency Test
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CNA Emergency Test
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A patient of yours has gone into cardiac arrest and is not breathing, one of the other CNA's says that the patient has a DNR order, what does that mean?
It is dangerous to resuscitate this patient.
This is a do not resuscitate order, and legally requires health care workers to not resuscitate the patient.
This patient has a do resuscitate order and needs help immediately.
This document is legally binding and is a right of the patients.
Both B and D
The staff calls 911, you are now finishing a set of 30 compressions, it looks as if some food is coming out of the patients mouth, what shoud you do?
Use a bag valve mask to try and ventilate the patient.
Turn the patient onto his or her stomach to allow the food to come out of the airway.
Try and remove the food that you can visualize with a finger sweep, then try to ventilate the patient with a bag valve mask.
Continue compressions until you have done CPR for 2 minutes.
A patient is eating dinner at his or her bed. The patient begins coughing forcibly and turns red after taking a bite of food. What should you do immediately?
The patient most likely is choking, the Heimlich maneuver should be performed immediately.
Open the patients mouth, try finger sweeping the excess food out of the airway.
Encourage the patient to keep coughing, and make sure the bed is in an upright position.
Call 911 immediately
A patient has slipped and fallen off of his or her bed, the patient is screaming, what should you do?
Put pillows under his or her back and head and call for help.
Call for help, call 911, try to calm the patient, stabilize the patients head ad spine.
Call 911, don't touch the patient.
Immediately help the patient back on to the bed.
You check for a pulse and there is no pulse, you immediately begin chest compressions again, you are doing CPR at a ratio of 30 compressions to 2 breaths, you are going to perform this for two minutes. What should we think to do next??
Continue Compressions and breathing for the patient until the Paramedics arrive.
Consider defibrillation with an AED
Manually Recheck the pulse after each 2 minute cycle of CPR.
Recheck the airway and pulse every 3 minutes to reassess patients condition.
You are doing your rounds, you walk into one of your patients room and you notice that her pulse oximetry reads 78%, the patients is on 2 liters of oxygen via a nasal cannula, what are the first things you should do?
Make sure the patient is sitting upright and that her oxygen is attached and working properly.
Call for help, call 911
Begin rescue breathing
Nothing 78% is completely normal.
You encourage the patient to keep coughing, after about 30 seconds he stops coughing and begins turning blue. The patient immediately goes unconscious and is laying on the bed in front of you. What are the appropriate steps to manage this patient?
Check the airway, perform finger sweeps, begin abdominal thrusts.
Immediately turn the patient over on his or her stomach and begin back blows.
This patient is a candidate for the Heimlich maneuver, start Heimlich thrusts and call 911.
Call for help, have the staff members call 911, begin CPR.
You are having a fellow staff member continue chest compressions for you, another staff member comes into the room with an AED and applies the pads. You immediately turn on the AED. It states that it is analyzing heart Rhythm, And asks you to shock. You ask everybody to step away from the patient, everyone is cleared, and you shock. What is the next step?
Restart the AED to check to see if another shock is advised
Check for Breathing
Check for Pulse
Begin Chest Compressions again
A patient of yours is breathing at a rate of 32 and the patients pulse is over 134, would you consider this an emergency?
You give 2 breaths with the bag valve mask and you see good chest rise. What is the next thing you should do?
Check for a pulse, begin chest compressions if pulse is absent.
Wash the patients mouth out with clean water.
Keep doing rescue breaths for the patient until the Paramedics arrive.
Continue chest compressions until the Paramedics arrive.
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