Psw Practice Test: Cj Healthcare College

100 Questions  I  By Carlyntancioco on May 1, 2012
Hello! This Practice Test has been created for the PSW students of CJ Healthcare College to prepare for the upcoming NACC and College Exam. Study Hard and Goodluck! Hope this Helps, Carlyn Tancioco RN, BScN PSW Instructor CJ Healthcare College

  
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1.  Mr. Long must do coughing and deep breathing exercises after surgery to prevent:
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2.  Your patient appears very sedated after taking two different kinds of sedatives. He is experiencing:
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D.
3.  Agatha has major depression. You should avoid:
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D.
4.  AIDS stands for:
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5.  Urinary Incontinence:
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6.  Canola oil and olive oil are examples of:
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7.  Which is a sign of physical abuse?
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8.  "Orthostatic hypotension" refers to:
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9.  Producing and secreting milk from the breasts is called:
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D.
10.  Mr. Lang is alert and oriented, but has not slept well for weeks, and has a decreased appetite. He most likely has:
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D.
11.  The major function for Vitamin K is:
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D.
12.  Aspiration is a major complication of:
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D.
13.  Which of the following is used to hyperventilate the lungs?
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14.  Your patient is SOB with chest pain and is able to sit at the edge of the bed. The best position to put him in is:
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D.
15.  Exploring the unconscious conflicts and underlying reasons for a client's problems refers to:
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D.
16.  Which of the following is a HINGE joint?
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D.
17.  The best position for using a bedpan is:
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D.
18.  Another word for "red blood cells" is:
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D.
19.  A symptom of mastitis is:
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D.
20.  The two main respiratory complications that can follow after surgery are:
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D.
21.  Who is responsible for protecting employees from injuries and accidents in the workplace?
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D.
22.  Which is a common reason for tube feedings?
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D.
23.  A nonsocomial infection is:
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D.
24.  Urine would be tested for the following things EXCEPT:
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D.
25.  Cognitive function relates to:
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D.
26.  The movement of and contraction of muscles of the digestive tract refers to:
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D.
27.  Citrus fruits, tomatoes, potatoes and cabbage are excellent sources of:
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D.
28.  The doctor rushes into your patient's room and inserts an artificial airway into the trachea. This is called:
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B.
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D.
29.  You need to do laundry, dust surfaces, and mop the floor. In which order should you do these tasks?
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B.
C.
D.
30.  The term to describe "difficulty breathing" is:
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D.
31.  Down Syndrome and Spina Bifida are examples of:
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D.
32.  All of the following are types of Anesthesia except:
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D.
33.  "Trochanter rolls" are used for:
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D.
34.  Your patient is "ambulating." This means:
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D.
35.  A "contusion" is:
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D.
36.  All of the following are good sources of calcium EXCEPT:
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D.
37.  The period between exposure to the pathogen and the onset of illness is called:
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D.
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38.  Which of the following is not a factor affecting eating and nutrition?
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D.
39.  Bronchitis is:
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D.
40.  How can spores be destroyed?
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41.  Mrs. White has bitten off her intravenous line and has fallen several times out of bed. The nurse gives her a sedative. What kind of restraint is this?
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42.  A "pathogen" :
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43.  You find your unsteady patient on the ground, shaken and in pain. The documentation you would provide in this case is:
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D.
44.  A blood clot, an air bubble, or a fat clot that travels through the vascular system and finally lodges in a distant blood vessel is called:
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B.
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D.
45.  White flakes on the scalp is known as:
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D.
46.  You attend a dinner party and have a drink of water from the host. A few days later, you as well as many of the guests get very sick with diarrhea. The transmission route for this case is:
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B.
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D.
47.  Pre-operatively, your patient should be:
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D.
48.  Polyuria is:
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D.
49.  All of the following refer to positions and locations of the body EXCEPT:
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D.
50.  Post-operatively following a hip surgery, your patient's position should be changed:
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D.
51.  Your client has an abnormally high blood sugar. This is called:
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B.
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D.
52.  Which prevents permanent plantar flexion?
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D.
53.  "Biofilm" is:
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D.
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54.  Fluid in the pleural space is known as:
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D.
55.  You are preparing Mrs. Janz for an exam. You should do the following:
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D.
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56.  All of the following are steps you should do when using a fire extinguisher, EXCEPT:
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D.
57.  A person who is able to transfer a pathogen to others without getting an active infection himself is:
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D.
58.  Phlebitis is:
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D.
59.  Lice infestation of the scalp is known as:
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B.
C.
D.
60.  When heat is applied to the skin, the blood vessels will:
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D.
61.  Adults of all ages often fear:
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D.
62.  All of the following are complications of wounds EXCEPT:
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D.
63.  Suctioning requires:
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C.
D.
64.  Mr. Dunn has Alzheimer's Disease. He is heard screaming in the hallway. You know that this is:
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B.
C.
D.
65.  Mr. Heron has an abdominal binder. The binder is used to:
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C.
D.
66.  Meat, butter, milk and cheeses are examples of:
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D.
67.  The heart of a person is contraction. The heart :
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D.
68.  What is the most common accident in all settings?
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69.  Chest tubes are inserted to remove:
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D.
70.  At 1300 hrs, Your RN supervisor tells you that a urine specimen has to be collected for analysis. She tells you to collect at whenever you can. The type of specimen you are collecting is a:
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D.
71.  A client has a pneumathorax. This is the collection of:
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D.
72.  Dorsal Recumbent Position is also known as:
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D.
73.  Clear, watery drainage from a wound. This drainage is called:
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D.
74.  Mr. Lau has bipolar disorder. This means he:
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D.
75.  Your patient requires a bed linen change. He is a bed-ridden client and need to change the bed while he is still in it. The kind of bed you are making is:
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B.
C.
D.
76.  Calcium, Phosphorus, Zinc, and Iron are examples of:
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D.
77.  The first phase in the healing process of wounds is:
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D.
78.  Which of the following is NOT one of the 8 rights of assisting with medications?
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D.
79.  Which of the following is the first sign of a pressure ulcer?
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80.  Rigor Mortis refers to:
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81.  All of the following refers to nutrition EXCEPT:
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D.
82.  Down Syndrome occurs:
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D.
83.  A partial-thickness wound caused by the scraping away or rubbing of the skin is called:
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D.
84.  Mr. Baldovino has to touch the doorknob three times before actually opening it. He probably has:
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C.
D.
85.  All of the following terms mean "peeing" EXCEPT for:
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C.
D.
86.  When transferring a client to bed, a chair, or the toilet:
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D.
87.  A collection of blood under the skin and tissues, forms and the area appears swollen and is reddish- blue in colour is called:
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D.
88.  In Trendelenburg Position:
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D.
89.  The back-lying position is called:
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C.
D.
90.  All of the following are from Erik Ericson's stages of psychosocial development EXCEPT:
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C.
D.
91.  The environment where the pathogen lives before it infects a person is:
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C.
D.
92.  Which of the following is NOT a pulse site?
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D.
93.  The device used to measure oxygen concentration in arterial blood flow is called:
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D.
94.  Your patient Mr. Jones, recently got his arm amputated. He states he feels pain in that missing body part. He has:
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C.
D.
95.  A drawsheet is:
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D.
96.  Your client in the home you work in asks for your home phone number. You should:
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D.