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Certified Nurse Assistant

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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Alcoholic liver disease

2. History of present illness

3. Varicella zoster virus

4. Complete blood count

5. Urinalysis

6. Right lower lobe

7. Dispense as needed

8. Pulmonary function tests

9. Vital signs stable

10. Every (e.g 96h= every 6 hours)

11. Times 2 days

12. Type and hold

13. Relative -intimate partner - caregiver - friend or Neighbor -

14. Criminal and noncriminal abuse - neglect and exploitation of persons aged 60+

15. Clean Catch Urine or Cardiac Care unit

16. Disorder of the pancreas -results in high blood sugar

17. Bathroom Privileges

18. As much as needed

19. Walking

20. Above knee amputation

21. Wounded in action

22. Subjective - objective - assessment plan

23. Slips made out

24. Ignore

25. Alcohol on breath

26. Examination under anesthesia

27. Hemoglobin

28. Overdose or fight eye

29. Person who acts as a go-between - usually between the institution and the resident

30. Loss of consciousness or level of consciousness

31. Universal blood donor

32. Eyes - motor - Verbal - response ( Glasgow coma scale

33. Body movement when moving objects/people

34. Chest Pain or Cerebral Palsy

35. Vital capacity

36. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation

37. Upper gastrointestinal

38. Yellow fever

39. Shortness of breath

40. CVA tenderness

41. No active disease

42. Headache

43. Previous medical history

44. Grain; 1 grain= 65mg therefore vgr=325mg

45. Tuberculosis

46. No added salt

47. Well Nourished

48. Below knee amputation

49. Telling them they are not nothing - through verbal and nonverbal acts

50. Domestic elder abuse generally refers to any of several forms of maltreatment of an older person by someone who has a special relationship with the elder (a spouse - a sibling - a child - a friend - or a caregiver) that occur in the elder's home - or