Pull the Pin Out
Aim the base of the fire
Squeeze the handle
Open the canister
The client's strong side is moved first
The weak side is moved first
Pillows are used for support
The transfer belt cannot be used
He is getting transferred to another facility via ambulance.
He is walking.
He is in a wheelchair.
He is sitting in a walker.
The loss of muscle strength from inactivity.
Moving a body part toward the midline of the body.
Excessive straightening of a body part.
A decrease in size or a wasting away of muscle.
A drop in blood pressure when the client stands up or sits up.
A raise in blood pressure when the client stands up or sits up.
Blood pressure dropping in the joint areas.
A loss of calcium in orthotics.
A special bread served to diabetic patients.
Preventing the abdomen and arms from turning outward.
Preventing the hips and legs from turning outward.
A special bread served to people with Congestive heart failure.
Do laundry, dust, and mop.
Dust, mop, do laundry.
Mop, do laundry, dust.
Do laundry, mop, dust.
Is a Disease-causing microbe.
Is An allergy.
Refers to the cell after it is swollen with water.
A substance that all human bodies need.
Is very suspicious
Has severe mood swings
Give her your cellphone number only.
Give your supervisor's cellphone number so she can deal with the issue.
Explain that you cannot give your phone number out to clients.
Ignore her and ask the nurse to give her a sedative.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Telling her how lucky she is.
Encouraging periods of rest.
Encourage social activities.
Reporting to your supervisor for unusual behaviour.
Prevent blood clots
Prevent wound infection
Provide support and hold dressings in place
Air in the pleural space
Blood in the pleural space
Fluid in the pleural space
Respiratory secretions in the pleural space
An artificial airway
The five stages of grief
Another word for "concussion"
An open wound with torn tissue and jagged edges
A closed wound caused by a blow to the body (bruise)
An open wound made by a sharp object
Dorsal Recumbant Anesthesia
Pneumonia and Atelectasis
Pneumonia and Asthma
Bronchitis and Pneumothorax
Pneumonia and Bronchitis
Allowed only water
Given a tube feeding
Given a big hearty breakfast
A pulmonary embolus
Pain and discomfort
Urinary Tract Infection
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Animal Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Anginal Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Alientated Immune Deficiency Syndrome
An infection you get from staying in the hospital or healthcare facility
An infection you get from a household
An infection you get from insects
An infection you get from water
Inflammation of the Bronchi
Inflammation of the Gallbladder
Inflammation of the Pancreas
Inflammation of the Alveoli
Autonomy Versus Shame and Doubt
Generativity versus Stagnation
Intimacy Versus Isolation
Bargaining Versus Grief
Inflammation of the Vein
Inflammation of Phlegm
Inflammation of the Gall Bladder
Inflammation of the Pancreas
Occupational Health and Safety Act
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
Material Safety Data Sheet
Ontario Ministry of Health
A portal of entry
A portal of exit
Criticism, Making fun of them
Hitting, punching, hair pulling
Stealing their money and belongings
A foot board
The head of the bed is on a 90 degree angle
The head of the bed in on a 45 degree angle
The foot of the bed is higher than the head of the bed
The bed is completely flat
Milk and Milk Products
Leafy Green Vegetables
Cancer of the lung
Surgery to the mouth
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Nasogastric and nasointestinal tubes
Central Venous Catheters
A small sheet placed over the middle of the bottom sheet
The top sheet draped over the client
A sheet you use to carry a client with a mechanical lift
A sheet you use to carry a client off the floor
An open bed
An occupied bed
A closed-ended bed
A mitred bed
A type of dressing applied to wounds and pressure ulcers
A thin film that sticks to teeth, containing saliva and microbes
A type of solution provided for people with tube feeds
A film showed at Long Term care centers regarding WHMIS
A flow sheet
A graphic sheet
An incident report
A living will
Scant amount of urine
Painful or difficulty urinating
Abnormally large amounts of urine
Frequent Urination at night
24 Hour Urine Specimen
Random Urine Specimen
Testing of PH level
Testing for Ketones and Glucose
Testing for Antigens
Testing for blood
Requires Urine tests
Requires good skin care
Is always treated with an indwelling catheter
The supine position
The prone position
The side-lying position
Memory loss and personality
Thinking and reasoning
Ability to toilet oneself
How emotional a person can get
An agitated reaction
His style of singing
Caused by a delusion
A repetitive behaviour
Thirst while breastfeeding
Pain and redness in a breast
Fetal Alcohol Effects
A strand of Autism
Types of convulsions
During the first month of pregnancy
Any time before, during or after birth
Right Expiry Date
Is in Systole
Will now be measured in diastolic pressure
White or reddened skin
Bone is protruding from the wound
Blisters are apparent
Blood Pressure Cuff
Fluid, Air, & Blood
Mucous Secretions, Air & Blood
Alveoli, Bronchi and Trachea
Air, Fluid and Mucous
Do not tell her any details of the exam, as it is not part of your role.
Ask her to undress
Take her vital signs
Leave her alone while you tell the nurse that Mrs. Janz is ready
Every 2 hours
Every 3 hours
Every 4 hours
The process of moving the dead body to the Morgue
A stage of the grief cycle
The stiffness or rigidity of skeletal muscles that occurs after death has occurred
A section of a person's advanced directive