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* 1. Your contact number

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* 2. Communication is defined as:

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* 3. Body language is:

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* 4. Which of the following is important in communicating with people?

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* 5. A client accuses a caregiver of stealing $5. The caregiver has not taken the client's money, but the client does not believe her. What should the caregiver do?

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* 6. When a client, caregiver, or co-worker makes you angry, you should:

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* 7. You are caring for a terminally ill client who is unconscious. Which of these measures should you take?

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* 8. When talking to a client who hard of hearing and does not wear a hearing aid, you should:

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* 9. The principles of documenting include:

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* 10. A caregiver is behind in performing tasks for an assigned client. The caregiver decides to document that all tasks were completed as assigned. This is an example of:

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* 11. Proper feeding techniques include:

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* 12. What is not a sign or symptom of dehydration?

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* 13. Which of the following is the most appropriate practice to promote good skin care in the elderly?

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* 14. In giving foot care to a diabetic client, the caregiver should not do which of the following?

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* 15. Primary symptom of a urinary tract infection (UTI) is?

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* 16. A client complains of intense pain in the chest that goes down the arm; and is sweating profusely. The caregiver should:

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* 17. During a visit you need to wash your hands:

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* 18. In what situation should gloves be used?

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* 19. Which of the following best describes Standard Precautions?

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* 20. When soiled linen is removed from the client's bed, you should:

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* 21. Before helping a client into or out of a wheelchair, which of these actions is necessary?

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* 22. As a caregiver you may encounter clients who are anxious or feeling unsettled about their circumstances or surroundings. The best response in dealing with anxiety is:

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* 23. You notice a change in a client's mental condition. The best course of action is to:

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* 24. The client tells you that she hasn't had a bowel movement since your last visit five days ago. What should you do?

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* 25. The digestive system performs all of the following functions EXCEPT:

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* 26. Your client catches you off guard with a comment that is sexual. Your best response would be:

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* 27. Your client makes you uncomfortable because of sexual statements. How should you hand the situation?

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* 28. A client's family member tries to tip you $50 for all of the work you have done. You should:

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* 29. Another word for forcing a client to do something against their will is:

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* 30. Which of the following could cause a caregiver to be charged with battery?

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* 31. A caregiver threatens to slap a client if they don't stop yelling. This is classified as:

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* 32. When a grease fire occurs, you can:

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* 33. When working in the kitchen it is important to always practice good safety. Which of the following is NOT an appropriate safety measure?

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* 34. Proper safety techniques when ambulating a client include:

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* 35. When transferring a client from bed to wheelchair best practices include:

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* 36. You arrive at a client's home that lives alone. The client does not answer the door when you knock and door is locked. What do you do first?

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* 37. Part of your duties as a caregiver is to assure a safe home environment. This includes:

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* 38. Which laundry product is also a disinfectant?

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* 39. A client is choking on some object that is caught in the airway. Before any first aid measures are applied, find out:

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* 40. In case of an emergency, the MOST important number to call is:

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* 41. While giving a bath in a shower chair, the client suddenly gasps and becomes unresponsive. The caregiver who is CPR certified should:

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* 42. As a caregiver, what can you do for a client's minor burn as an emergency procedure?

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* 43. Which is an example of confidential information?

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* 44. Which of these statements about the elderly is true?

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* 45. When basic psychological and physical needs of clients, no matter what age, are met, the client will feel:

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* 46. In caring for a dying client, which of the following guidelines should NOT be followed?

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* 47. The client had a stroke six months ago, which resulted in right-side weakness along with difficulty in swallowing and speaking. Due to these problems the client cries easily and gets angry with you a lot. How can you help ease the client's anxiety?

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* 48. When a client dies, how can you best support the family?

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* 49. Why is it important that a client have good mouth care?

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* 50. You are helping the client with her bed bath. The client prefers to wash her perineal area herself. Which of the following measures should you take?

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* 51. When giving a bed bath, how often should the water be changed?

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* 52. An elderly client occasionally wets his pants. What should you do?

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* 53. You are assisting your client in a transfer when he suddenly becomes weak and begins to fall. You should:

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* 54. A client lying on his back has slid down in bed and needs help moving up in bed. To start this, the client should, if possible:

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* 55. To prevent pressure sores in the elderly, you should:

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* 56. Which food is appropriate on a low salt diet?

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* 57. The four basic food groups are:

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* 58. When clients do not have enough fluids, they may develop which of these problems?

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* 59. The caregiver should:

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* 60. The most important measure to prevent the spread of disease if handwashing.

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* 61. The food eaten in a culture is influenced by where they are, the kinds of foods that grow there and their religious restrictions.

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* 62. In the home, always tell a client what you are doing before starting a procedure.

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* 63. If you do not document a task, legally it has not been done.

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* 64. Smoking in bed is fine for anyone who is not confused.

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* 65. If a client have a seizure, your first responsibility is to prevent the client from injuring himself.

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* 66. It is all right to use any item in the home without asking as long as it is for the client's personal care.

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* 67. The process designed to help a person restore and maintain their highest level of ability is:

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* 68. Changes in a client's personality may be a sign of:

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* 69. Infection is spread:

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* 70. Which of the following are included as techniques in good communication?

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* 71. When a client loses interest in things they used to like, it may be:

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* 72. Abnormal changes that you should recognize and report to the nurse are:

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