CNA Practice Test 4
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CNA Practice Test 4
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A nurses’ aide walks into a room and sees that the patient is not breathing. The first thing the aide does is to:
hit the patient’s chest.
tilt the patient’s head back and give two quick breath s.
press the alarm to call the CPR team.
shake the patient’s shoulder while shouting his name.
A patient complains of feeling short of breath and nauseated. Her face is rapidly turning red. She tells the nurses’ aide that she didn't know there were strawberries in the gelatin she ate. The aide should:
note on the chart that the patient appears to be allergic to strawberries.
notify the nurse immediately.
take away the tray.
tell the patient that fruit is good for you.
The brain is part of the:
Which of the following causes the most infections in healthcare facilities?
Continuing education is
a professional standard.
necessary for recertification in many states.
important for keeping abreast of new development.
all the above.
There is an order to give the patient a shower, but she refuses. The nurses’ assistant should:
document in the chart that the patient refused to shower.
take the patient to the shower anyway.
tell her that she must do what is ordered
threaten to use restraints if she does not cooperate
Siderails should be up if:
the patient appears confused
the patient is unsteady
there is an order to that effect.
the patient is in bed without a staff member standing directly at his or her side.
A patient suddenly complains of feeling weak on one side while he is getting a bed bath. The nurses’ assistant should:
report this to a licensed person immediately.
tell him that weakness is normal at his age.
prop him up with pillows.
pass it on at end of shift.
A patient asks for an extra pat of butter from an aide who is unfamiliar with her. The aide should:
refuse, telling her that butter is not good for anyone.
check what kind of diet she is on, and give the butter if she is on a regular diet without fat or calorie restriction.
get her some butter.
give margarine instead because it is better for her.
A patient who is on suicide watch should be allowed to have:
pictures of her family in an album.
glass container of flowers in her room.
a leather belt.
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