Certified nursing assistant Chapter 1

Kayla Hendrick
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from the 8th edition Mosby's textbook for nursing assistants

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Question 1

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The Healthcare team consists of:
Answer
  • Many health care workers
  • The doctor
  • Those in the "nursing" division
  • Directors of each division only

Question 2

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What are the 4 purposes of health care agencies?
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  • Health promotion
  • Disease Prevention
  • Detection and treatment of disease
  • Rehabilitation and restorative care
  • Testing experiment vaccines
  • Spreading treatable diseases freely

Question 3

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What does Health Promotion entail?
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  • Diagnostic tests, physical exams and occupational therapies
  • Risk factors and warning signs of a disease are identified/prevented with immunizations
  • Diet, exercise, and managing/coping with health problems
  • Returning a person to the highest level of functioning and independence

Question 4

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What does Detection and Treatment of Disease entail?
Answer
  • Diet, exercise and managing/coping with health problems
  • Risk factors and warning signs identified/prevented with immunizations
  • Returning a person to the highest possible level of functioning and independence
  • Diagnostic tests, physical exams and occupational therapies

Question 5

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What does Disease Prevention entail?
Answer
  • Diet, exercise and managing/coping with health problems
  • Risk factors and warning signs of a disease are identified/prevented with immunizations
  • Returning a person to the highest level of functioning and independence
  • Diagnostic tests and physical exams

Question 6

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What does Rehabilitation and Restorative Care entail?
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  • To return a person to their highest possible level of functioning and independence
  • Risk factors and early warning signs are identified/prevented with immunizations
  • Diagnostic tests, physical exams and occupational therapies
  • Diet, exercise and managing/coping with health problems

Question 7

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There is a wide range of Health Care Agencies. Those agencies include which of the following?
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  • Hospitals; Mental Health Centers
  • Rehabilitation and Subacute care
  • Long term care centers; Assisted Living
  • Home Care; Hospices
  • All of the above

Question 8

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An agency has a governing body called the [blank_start]board of trustees[blank_end] or [blank_start]board of directors.[blank_end]
Answer
  • board of trustees
  • board of directors

Question 9

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In organization of health care, the: 1. [blank_start]Activities director[blank_end] assesses, plans, and implements recreational needs. 2. [blank_start]Audiologist[blank_end] tests hearing; prescribes hearing aids; works with persons who are hard-of-hearing . 3. [blank_start]Cleric[blank_end] assists with spiritual needs. 4. [blank_start]Clinical laboratory technologist[blank_end] performs complicated laboratory tests on blood, urine, and other body fluids, secretions and excretions; organizes, supervises, and performs diagnostic analyses
Answer
  • Activities director
  • Audiologist
  • Cleric
  • Clinical nurse specialist
  • Clinical laboratory technologist
  • Medication assistant-certified

Question 10

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In the organization of health care agencies the: 1. [blank_start]Clinical Nurse Specialist[blank_end] provides nursing care and consults in a nursing specialty 2. [blank_start]Dental Hygienist[blank_end] focuses on preventing dental disorders; supervised by a licensed dentist 3. [blank_start]Dentist[blank_end] prevents and treats disorders and diseases of the teeth, gums, and oral structures 4. [blank_start]Dietitian and nutritionist[blank_end] assesses and plans for nutritional needs; teaches good nutrition, food selection, and preparation
Answer
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • LPN/LVN
  • Dental Hygienist
  • Dentist
  • Dietitian and nutritionist
  • Podiatrist

Question 11

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In the organization of the health team the: 1. [blank_start]Home Health Aide[blank_end] assists persons in their own homes 2. [blank_start]Homemaker[blank_end] provides light housekeeping and homemaking tasks i.e. laundry, food, hygiene and grooming 3. [blank_start]LPN/LVN[blank_end] provides direct nursing care, including giving drugs, under the direction of an RN 4. Medical or [blank_start]Clinical Laboratory Technician[blank_end] collects samples and performs laboratory tests on blood, urine, and other body fluids, secretions, and excretions
Answer
  • Home Health Aide
  • Homemaker
  • LPN/LVN
  • Registered Nurse
  • Clinical Laboratory Technician
  • Pharmacist

Question 12

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In the organization of the health team: 1. [blank_start]Medical Records[blank_end] and [blank_start]Health Information Technician[blank_end] maintains medical records; transcribes medical reports; files records; completes required reports 2. [blank_start]Medication Assistant-certified[blank_end] gives drugs as allowed by state law under the supervision of an RN or LPN/LVN 3. [blank_start]Nurse Practitioner[blank_end] plans and provides care with the health team; does physical exams, health assessments, and health education 4. [blank_start]Nursing Assistant[blank_end] assists nurses and gives nursing care; supervised by an RN or LPN/LVN
Answer
  • Medical Records
  • Health Information Technician
  • HIM
  • Medication Assistant-certified
  • Pharmacist
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • RN
  • Nursing Assistant

Question 13

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In the organization of the health team the; 1. [blank_start]Occupational Therapist Registered[blank_end] assists persons to learn or retain skills needed to perform daily activities; designs adaptive equipment for daily living 2. [blank_start]Occupational therapy assistant[blank_end] performs tasks and services supervised by an OTR 3. [blank_start]Pharmacist[blank_end] fills drug orders written by doctors; monitors and evaluates drug interactions; consults with doctors and nurses about drug actions and interactions 4. [blank_start]Physical Therapist[blank_end] Assists person with musculo-skeletal problems to restore function and prevent disability
Answer
  • Occupational Therapist Registered
  • Occupational therapy assistant
  • Pharmacist
  • Physician's assistant
  • Physical Therapist
  • Podiatrist

Question 14

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In the organization of the health team, the: 1. [blank_start]Physical Therapy Assistant[blank_end] performs tasks and services supervised by a PT 2. [blank_start]Physician[blank_end] diagnoses and treats diseases and injuries 3. [blank_start]physician's assistant[blank_end] assists in diagnosis and treatment; performs medical tasks supervised by a doctor 4. [blank_start]Podiatrist[blank_end] prevents, diagnoses, and treats foot disorders
Answer
  • Physical Therapy Assistant
  • Physician
  • LPN/LVN
  • physician's assistant
  • Nurses assistant
  • Podiatrist
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Physical Therapist

Question 15

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In the organization of the health team the: 1. [blank_start]Radiographer/radiologic technologist[blank_end] takes x-rays; processes film for viewing 2. [blank_start]Registered Nurse[blank_end] assesses, makes nursing diagnoses, plans, implements and evaluates nursing care; supervises LPN/LVN's and nursing assistants 3. [blank_start]Respiratory therapist[blank_end] assists in treating lung and heart disorders; gives respiratory treatments and therapies 4. [blank_start]Social workers[blank_end] deal with social, emotional, and environmental issues affecting illness and recovery; coordinates community agencies to assist patients residents and families 5. [blank_start]Speech-language pathologist[blank_end] evaluates speech and language and treats persons with speech, voice, hearing, communication, and swallowing disorders
Answer
  • Radiographer/radiologic technologist
  • Registered Nurse
  • Respiratory therapist
  • Physical Therapist
  • Social workers
  • Homemaker
  • Speech-language pathologist
  • Audiologist

Question 16

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Check all that apply to the Nursing Team:
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  • Physician
  • Homemaker
  • RN
  • LPN/LVN's
  • Nursing Assistants
  • Dietitian

Question 17

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In nursing service, a DON (director of nursing) is usually an RN with an associates degree
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 18

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Hospital nursing areas include Surgical, medical, intensive care, pediatric and mental health units
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 19

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The Nursing service develops their staff by:
Answer
  • Providing educational programs
  • Share new/changing information
  • show how to use equipment and supplies
  • review key policies and procedures
  • reprimand and fire nursing staff as needed
  • deal with social and emotional problems

Question 20

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The Nursing service develops their staff by:
Answer
  • Educate and train nursing assitants
  • Assists persons to learn or retain skills needed to perform daily activities
  • conduct new employee orientation programs
  • acting as supervisors who may decide if you are fit for the job
  • Provide programs that meet educational requirements

Question 21

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The Nursing Care patterns include:
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  • Safety-centered Nursing
  • Functional Nursing
  • Team Nursing
  • Medicine Based Nursing
  • Primary Nursing
  • Case Management
  • Patient-focused Care

Question 22

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Paying for health care has many programs including: 1. [blank_start]Private insurance[blank_end] which is bought by the patient and pays for most or all care 2. [blank_start]Group insurance[blank_end] which bought by groups or organizations for individuals (employee benefit usually) 3. [blank_start]Medicare[blank_end] which is a federal program for people 65 years and over or people with disabilities 4. [blank_start]Medicaid[blank_end] which is a health care payment program for people with low income or the blind and some disabled
Answer
  • Private insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Group insurance
  • Out of pocket
  • Group insurance
  • Out of Pocket
  • Private insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Group insurance
  • Medicaid
  • Private insurance
  • Out of Pocket
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Private Insurance
  • Out of Pocket
  • Group Insurance

Question 23

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An agency must meet standards for: 1. [blank_start]Accreditation[blank_end] - voluntary; signal quality and excellence 2. [blank_start]License[blank_end] - issued by the state; agency must have it to operate and provide care 3. [blank_start]Certification[blank_end] - required to receive medicare and medicaid funds
Answer
  • Accreditation
  • License
  • Certification

Question 24

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Whose job is it to help meet the standards set for agencies?
Answer
  • You as a provider
  • The survey team
  • The agency
  • All of the above

Question 25

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what part of P.R.I.D.E. means people relying on others for care feeling frustrated and a burden, and therefore seek help in the therapy department for help on physical, occupational and speech needs to return themselves to their highest state of independence?
Answer
  • [P]ersonal and professional responsibility
  • [R]ights and respect
  • [I]ndependence and social interaction
  • [D]elegation and teamwork
  • [E]thics and laws

Question 26

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What part of P.R.I.D.E. means that employee satisfaction is measured yearly and highly regarded to keep employees happy and ready to care for others. it enhances workplace happiness and implements change if needed?
Answer
  • [P]ersonal and professional reponsibility
  • [R]ights and respect
  • [I]ndependence and social interaction
  • [D]elegation and teamwork
  • [E]thics and laws

Question 27

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What part of P.R.I.D.E. means that a provider must show patience, compassion, dignity and respect and remember what an impact they have in the quality of care a person receives?
Answer
  • [P]ersonal and professional responsibility
  • [R]ights and respect
  • [I]ndependence and social interaction
  • [D]elegation and teamwork
  • [E]thics and laws

Question 28

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What part of P.R.I.D.E. means that the nursing team has different levels of training and responsibilities set by federal and state laws ?
Answer
  • [P]ersonal and professional responsibility
  • [R]ights and respect
  • [I]ndependence and social interaction
  • [D]elegation and teamwork
  • [E]thics and laws

Question 29

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What part of P.R.I.D.E. means that a health team has many different members with certain roles that work together to provide quality care?
Answer
  • [P]ersonal and professional responsibility
  • [R]ights and respect
  • [I]ndependence and social interaction
  • [D]elegation and teamwork
  • [E]thics and laws
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