CNA and HCA theory questions

1: Mr. Charlie has aphasia and tracheostomy. You have entered his room to help him get ready for bed. When giving him instructions:
A: ~ Speak softly.
B: ~ Speak normally.
C: ~ Speak loudly.
D: ~ Whisper.
2: Why should you close the door when there is a fire?
A: ~ To prevent smoke from coming in
B: ~ Trap the resident
C: ~ To keep the resident’s family out
D: ~ So nobody else can get in
3: An angry client curses loudly at the nurse aide. It would be BEST for the nurse aide to:
A: ~ put the client to bed immediately
B: ~ curse back at the client
C: ~ ask the client what is bothering him or her
D: ~ restrain the client in case he or she becomes violent
4: What is the first food to be restricted in a low-sodium diet?
A: ~ Milk
B: ~ Salt
C: ~ Red meat
D: ~ Bread
5: Transmission-Based Precautions are used:
A: ~ Every day on the job
B: ~ In addition to Standard Precautions
C: ~ Instead of Standard Precautions
D: ~ When treating all residents with terminal illnesses
6: What is the first sign of pressure sores?
A: ~ Swelling
B: ~ Numbness
C: ~ Discoloration
D: ~ Coolness
7: Which of the following is a sign of approaching death?
A: ~ Sharper vision
B: ~ Decreasing blood pressure
C: ~ Warm, dry skin
D: ~ Heightened sense of touch
8: Which of the following blood pressures falls within the normal range?
A: ~ 119/75
B: ~ 135/90
C: ~ 130/82
D: ~ 140/80
9: How can a caregiver work with symptoms and behaviors he sees in clients with Alzheimer's Disease?
A: ~ Assume that all clients with Alzheimer's Disease are going through the same signs at the same time.
B: ~ Take it personally if a client with Alzheimer's Disease forgets who he is.
C: ~ Work with the behaviors he sees today.
D: ~ Reprimand the resident if he does something unsafe or that is not allowed.
10: What is grief?
A: ~ An overwhelming sense of loss or sorrow
B: ~ Brief sadness
C: ~ Complaint or annoyance that should be reported
D: ~ Injustice against a resident