CNA and HCA theory questions

1: Mr. Jones is NPO (Nothing by Mouth). You should:
A: ~ Provide a variety of fluids.
B: ~ Offer fluids in smaller amounts.
C: ~ Remove the water pitcher and glass.
D: ~ Hold his oral care.
2: Amount is the definition for:
A: ~ Height
B: ~ Weight
C: ~ Measurement
D: ~ Kilograms
3: A patient who has difficulty chewing or swallowing will need what type of diet?
A: ~ Clear liquid
B: ~ Low residue
C: ~ Bland
D: ~ Mechanical soft.
4: Clients who are unconscious may still be able to:
A: ~ Speak
B: ~ Gesture
C: ~ Hear
D: ~ See
5: Under what condition should an caregiver avoid taking an oral temperature on a person?
A: ~ If the person has an infectious disease
B: ~ If the person is unconscious
C: ~ If the person is over six years old
D: ~ If the person is confined to bed
6: Why is good grooming so important?
A: ~ It helps you feel good about yourself.
B: ~ It helps others feel good about you.
C: ~ It affects how residents feel about the care you give.
D: ~ All of the above
7: When giving a backrub to a client, the nurse aide should:
A: ~ Avoid touching bony areas of the client’s back.
B: ~ Massage bony areas of the client’s back with a gentle circular motion.
C: ~ Apply alcohol directly to the client’s back with gentle
D: ~ Remove all sheets and blankets from the client’s bed
8: While giving a tub bath to a client, the nurse aide is asked to help for a minute in the next room. The nurse aide should:
A: ~ Leave the client and go help
B: ~ Rush the client through the bath
C: ~ Stay with the client and finish the bath
D: ~ Complain to the client.
9: How can a nursing assistant help control odors in a facility?
A: ~ He can change soiled linens promptly.
B: ~ He can change residents’ incontinence briefs once a day.
C: ~ He can empty and clean bedpans right at the end of the shift
D: ~ He can ignore residents’ body and breath odors
10: What is the term for a device used to take the place of a missing body part?
A: ~ Pronation
B: ~ Abduction
C: ~ External rotation
D: ~ Prosthesis