CNA and HCA theory questions

1: The body system that fights and protects us from diseases is called the:
A: ~ Nervous system
B: ~ Immune system
C: ~ Skeletal system
D: ~ Integumentary system
2: When moving a wheelchair onto an elevator, you should stay:
A: ~ Behind the chair, pulling it towards you
B: ~ Behind the chair, pushing it away from you.
C: ~ In front of client to observe his or her condition.
D: ~ To the side and hold the door open
3: When can a restraint be applied?
A: ~ When a resident is being rude
B: ~ When a nursing assistant does not have time to watch the resident
C: ~ With a doctor’s order
D: ~ When a resident keeps pressing his call light
4: Which of the following stages of dying is usually the final stage?
A: ~ Anger
B: ~ Acceptance
C: ~ Bargaining
D: ~ Depression.
5: What is a good way for a nursing assistant to promote respect, dignity, and privacy when helping a resident with care?
A: ~ If a resident takes too long to choose a shirt for the day, choose one for him.
B: ~ Knock on the door while a resident is in the bathroom to ask if she is done yet.
C: ~ Encourage the resident to do as much as possible for himself.
D: ~ Ask a resident to move faster if she is not moving quickly enough
6: Good nutrition is based on:
A: ~ Eating a variety of food every day
B: ~ Counting calories
C: ~ Measuring intake and out put
D: ~ Exercising
7: Which of the following are assistive devices?
A: ~ Nursing assistants and nursing staff
B: ~ Housekeeping staff and equipment
C: ~ Wheelchairs, canes, and walkers
D: ~ Medication
8: Which of the following methods is the CORRECT way to remove a dirty isolation gown?
A: ~ Pull it over the head
B: ~ Let it drop on the floor and step out of it
C: ~ Roll its dirty side in and away from the body
D: ~ Pull it off by the sleeves and shake it out
9: With catheterized clients, which of the following is NOT the nurse aide’s responsibility?
A: ~ Insertion of catheter
B: ~ Prevention of infection
C: ~ Checking to make sure the catheter is draining properly
D: ~ Recording output.
10: If a client expresses religious beliefs that are different from your own, you should:
A: ~ Ask the client not to talk about it
B: ~ Allow the client to express his/her own beliefs
C: ~ Invite your priest to visit the client
D: ~ Explain why the client is incorrect