Scan QR code or get instant email to install app
Reporting physical data and observations to the nurse in charge is the CNA’s primary role in patient assessment. The nurse is a member of the patient’s healthcare team that makes the full assessment and then advises the patient’s treating physician. The other options above are wrong.
When finding out that your resident’s room is on fire, you have managed to get your resident out of harm’s way. The next action that you must take is
Pull the fire alarm.
While considering future career options, which of the following would best describe the advantage of being a CNA?
Being a CNA would allow you the opportunity to observe a number of healthcare professions and witness the role that each of them play in the daily medical care of patients.
When you are asked to do something "STAT" by another medical practitioner. This means that you have to to do it:
As a nursing assistant, you are caring for a stroke resident and have been asked to assist with the patient's ambulation. What would be the best position to do with this?
On the patient’s side, that was affected by the stroke.
Of the options below, which one would be incorrect when cleaning a patient’s urinary drainage bag?
You must use peroxide to clean the drain on the urinary bag.
Your shift has just ended, and your fellow nursing assistant comes onto the floor to replace you. You realize that your colleague is under the influence of alcohol while giving your shift’s report. As a member of the healthcare team, what would be the best course of action?
Tell the nurse who is in charge immediately
When must you wear gloves once you are performing care duties on any of your patients?
Any time you are performing peri-care
You are unable to clean up a substantially large spill on the floor by yourself. You have already notified someone that you need help. What can you do while you’re waiting for assistant to arrive?
You should block off the spill area from any foot traffic.
Of the conditions below, which one would require extra care when performing a patient’s nail care?
Anti-coagulation therapy and diabetes
You are the nursing assistant on shift. Which of the following essential actions should you take first when walking in on your patient, who is having a seizure?
You should support your patient’s head and move any objects out of the way that could harm your patient.
Of the options below, which one best describes how accurate documentation helps the patient’s entire healthcare team?
Accurate documentation is absolutely crucial in determining if the interventions that are listed in the patient’s care plan, are effective.
Which member of your patient’s healthcare team is in charge of carrying out your patient’s medical plan?
The registered nurse is responsible.
2 years ago
Nursing procedures will not drill on parts 6 & 7, even after paying for Pro.
1 year ago
It is very helpful
1 year ago