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The process for performing a bed bath includes:
Fill a Basin with warm water and between 105 and 115 degrees
Allow the Patient to bathe himself as much as possible
Use a different wash cloth for each part of the body
Cover the patient as well as possible to maintain his or her dignity
All of the above are proper techniques for a bed bath
During bathing why is Perineal care so important?
This part of the body has urine and feces associated with it, which can cause irritation or sores if not cleansed properly
If done properly perineal care will decrease chances of a UTI
It gives the CNA the chance to inspect the perineal area
B and C are correct
All of the above are correct
When monitoring an indwelling catheter the nurse should be altered if:
If the urine out put is less then 30cc's per hour or greater then 400cc's per hour.
If the Urine output is greater then 30cc's per hour or less then 400cc's per hour
If the urine is cloudy, has an unusual color, or is blood tinged
If the urine is unusually clear, or light yellow
A and C are correct
When feeding a patient a helpless patient could be in great danger of aspirating food or drink, signs of aspiration include?
Forceful coughing or a wet sounding voice after swallowing a bite of food.
The patient requires multiple attempts at swallowing
Unusual head movements while trying to swallow
Inability to speak
A, B, and C are correct
Proper feeding techniques are:
One spoonful per bite
Feed the patient while laying flat and supine
Feed the patient slowly, making sure all food is swallowed
Allow the spoon to go to the back of the tongue, rotate it and bring it back out of the mouth.
A and B are correct
Why is it important to do range of motion exercises with a patient?
The muscles of a bed bound patient are at risk for atrophy
The muscles of a bed bound patient can become ischemic and die if not exercised
Range of motion exercises help with dementia memory loss
Lack of exercise can cause muscle contractures
A and D are correct
If a patient is wearing anti-embolism stocking, what would be an important thing to assess for?
Tingling or lack of sensation
Ultrasound for deep vein thrombosis every 3 days
None of the above
Range of motion exercises should be performed how many times per day?
Once every other day
Twice per week
How do you collect a clean catch urine sample?
Have the patient urinate into a sterile container
After the patient has urinated into a container have him place the specimen in a sterile bag.
Have the patient urinate for 2 seconds and then allow the urine to enter the container
Use a alcohol swab to clean out the container prior to collecting the specimen
Use a sterile swab to collect the urine from the edges of the urethra
When performing these skills on a patient it is always important to:
Wash your hands before and after
Have consent from your patient
Explain exactly what you are doing throughout the procedures
All of the above
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