Modified questions and answers from Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN Examination and from Fundamentals of Nursing by Dawn Martich.
An 80-year old lady who just had a hip replacement and is on bed rest
A 5-year old child in traction for a fractured femur
A 95-year old Alzheimer's patient who roams around the facility
A 22-year old patient suffering from a spinal cord injury confined to a wheel chair
Assess wound measurement once a week
Use a mask when changing heavily soiled linen
Educate patient on how to take care of wounds.
Touch the outside of the gown only
Touch the inside of the gown only
Remove gown outside a patient's room
Ask another person to remove it for you.
Antibiotic resistance response.
There should be no raw fruits, flowers or vegetables in his room
Patient should not receive any injections at this time
Patient should use mask when transported through the hospital
Change water after washing each leg.
Using separate wash clothes for each eye
Thoroughly rinse and dry all skin folds.
Use clean gloves before starting the bath
Adjust tube location while maintaining fluid fow
Lower enema bag while instructing patient to breathe deeply
Reassure patient that discomfort would be gone shortly
Immediately discontinue procedure to allow patient bowel evacuation.
Remove old dressing with sterile gloves
Irrigate wound from top to bottom
Pack the wound with a sterile cotton swab
Tape dressing to allow patient movement
Glove, gown and mask
Active natural immunity
Passive natural immunity
Active acquired immunity
Passive acquired immunity
The dirty needle
The hole made by inserting the needle into Person B's skin
The nurse who handled the syringes.
The city hall
The person who administered the flu shot
Infected wound drainage contacts the nurse's hands
A virus is transmitted through sexual intercourse
Microorganisms contact a person's nasal mucus when someone coughs nearby
Contaminated stethoscope touches a client's skin
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization
Department of Health and Human Services
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
The nurse diverts her head from the sterile field when talking
The nurse turns her back on the sterile field
The nurse holds her sterile gloved hands above waist level
The nurses reaches around a sterile field
A client who has an infected abdominal incision
A client who has a kidney infection
A client who has a hepatitis B and is incontinent
A client who is bed bound and has an infected decubitus ulcer
The order is not important
Begin a post-exposure prophylaxis within 24 hours
Require the source individual to be tested for HIV/hepatitis
Test the exposed person for hepatitis immunity
Complete an injury report if the exposure requires treatment
Wear clean gloves when touching body fluids
Wear sterile gloves when touching body secretions
Wash hands before putting on gloves
Wear an eye mask only if not wearing glasses
Wear a clean gown when changing a draining wound dressing
Put the bed in high Fowler's position before beginning
Lower the head of the bed, and place the client in side-lying position.
Put the client in Fowler's position, then turn head to the side
Place the client supine with head lowered
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