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CNA: Fl CNA Ceu Required Courses For License Renewal. Total 24 Ceus.

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CNA: fl CNA ceu required courses for license renewal. total 24 ceus.

CNA Florida License Renewal Requirements: Bloodborne Pathogens HIV/AIDs, Domestic Violence, Medical Record Documentation, Resident Rights, Prevention of Medical Errors, Review of CPR, Communication with Cognitively Impaired patients. The Basics about Stroke is also covered in this course. This quizs covers all the continuing education material and course content to renew your CNA license in the state of Florida. The seven topics required by the state and Stroke is covered in this quiz.

  
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1.  HIV or human immunodeficiency virus is a virus that attacks the immune system and puts the person infected with HIV at risk for life-threatening infections and cancer.
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2.  As a preventative strategy health care providers should assume that all blood and body fluids of all patients are potentially infected and use infection control percautions at all time.
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3.  Stalking is considered a form of Intimate Partner Violence in Florida.
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4.  According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement men are typically the victim of domestic violence.
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5.  The medical record is a legal document which contains all the important information regarding the patient, including but not limited to history, family history, test results, observation, treatment plans, etc. and serves as a way health care professionals to communicate about the patient.
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6.  When documenting your patient care you should always include your opinion, such as if the patient was being "lazy" or " whinny".
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7.  The 1987 Nursing Home Reform Law is a federal law which guaranteed nursing home residents rights and requires nursing homes to "promote and protect the rights of each resident".
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8.  The Nursing Home Reform Law does not give the resident the right to complain or file a complaint with the state survey and certification agency.
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9.  The most common human error in the medical setting involves medication.
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10.  Factors such as fatigue, emotional state, and illness can increase the rate of medical errors.
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11.  The American Heart Association guideline for CPR calls for 30 compressions, then 2 rescue breaths.
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12.  It is necessary to perform CPR if a patient is having a heart attack regardless if they are conscious or unconscious.
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13.  Dementia is a side effect of a stroke or other brain injury and is curable with medication.
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14.  The most common form of dementia among the elderly is Alzheimer's disease.
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15.  A stroke or cerveral vascular accident occurs when blood flow to the brain stops or a rupture of a blood vessle in the brain occurs causing brain cells to die and brain damage to occur.
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16.  Stroke patients most often have weakness on one side of the body, may have memory or speach problems, or difficulty with activities of daily living.
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