Among the many CNA skills, strong communication skills are one of the most important to have when it comes to attaining the goals set to you as a medical practitioner. If you are planning to be a medical practitioner, there are many hats you will be expected to wear in regards to jobs you will do. Take the CNA practice exam quiz below and revise it before the certification exam.
Color of the stool and amount of urine voided
How much the client has eaten and drunk
Bruises, marks, rashes, or broken skin
Ask for the client's name.
Say, "What do you want?"
Give your name and position and say "may I help you?"
Say, "The nurse will answer your call."
Show the client where the call light is and how to work it.
Tell the client no to operate the TV.
Ask visitors to leave the room while you finish admittin th client.
Raise the side rails of the bed and raise the bed to high position.
Check signal cords.
Adjust the back and knee rests as directed.
Check to light.
Employ body mechanic techniques.
Get another person to help.
Pull the client's fee out first, and then lift the back up.
Put shoes on the client because the patient may slip.
When you notice they look or feel dirty
When the charge nurse tells you to
At least twice daily
Before and after contact with a patient
Serve the tray along with all the other trays, and then come back to feed the client
Bring the tray to the client last; feed after you have served all other clients
Bring the tray into the room when you are ready to feed the client
Have the kitchen staff hold the tray for one hour
Bleeding and shock.
Keep the client in bed.
Force fluids every 2 hours.
Change position every 2 hours.
All of the above.
Open the window.
Explain the procedure to the client.
Check with the client's family.
Remake the bed.
Allow the water to run over the hands for two minutes.
Dry the hands and turn off the faucet with the paper towel.
Repeat the wash from the beginning.
None of the above
On her or his back.
In semi-Fowler's position.
With the head turned to the side.
In the supine position.
Ask him if he is hungry.
Inspect his skin.
Complete the listing of clothing and valuables.
Make sure he knows how to use the call light.
Wast, keeping your legs straight.
Wast, rounding your shoulders.
Knees, keeping your back straight.
Knees and waist.
Prevent contamintion of the dentures.
Hide the dentures from view.
Guard against breaking the dentures.
Protect the basin from scratches.
Cut the food into large bite-size pieces.
Wash his/her hands and the client's hands.
Butter the client's bread.
Provide the client with privacy.
Pulse above the cast.
Color and hardness of the cast.
Warmth and color of fingers.
Signs of crumbling at the cast end.
Done only when time permits.
The family's responsibility.
Necessary for rehabilitation.
A violation of clients' rights.
The client is adequately covered.
The floor is slippery.
The door to the room is closed.
Wheels of the chair are locked.
Pass the range of motion to all joints.
Let the charge nurse exercise the patient's joints.
Call the physical therapist to exercise the patient afterward.
Exercise the patient only if the doctor has ordered it.
Legs dangling at the side of the bed.
Behind the chair, pulling it toward you.
Behind the chair, pushing it away from you.
In front of the client to observe his or her condition.
To the side and hold the door open.
Urine will not leak out, soiling the bed.
Urine will not return to the bladder, causing infection.
The bag will be hidden and the client will not be embarrassed.
The client will be more comfortable in bed.
Substitute diet cola for ice cream.
Hold the nourishment and report to the charge nurse.
Ask the secretary to notify the kitchen of an error,
Ask Mrs. Black if she likes ice cream.
Leave the call light within reach.
Place toilet tissue close by.
Return to check on the client periodically.
All of the above.