Ethical Legal
Documentation
Assistive Devices
Immobility
Hygiene/Positioning
100

This document allows a patient to designate a health care surrogate to make medical decisions if the patient is unable.

What is an advanced directive?

100

Charting something was done when it wasn't.

What is falsification of records?

100

The side of the body a patient should hold the cane on.

What is the strong (or unaffected) side of the body?

100

The purpose of sequential compression devices (SCD's).

What is to prevent venous stasis, minimize the risk of dvt formation and to improve the flow of blood through the legs.

100

Orthopneic position.

What is positioning the patient with COPD with their arms resting on the bedside table beside the bed?

200

Good Samaritan law.

What is protects the nurse from liability when providing aid in public situations?

200

As needed.

What is PRN?

200

The location on the crutch  that the patient should use to support their body weight.

What are the grips/handles?

200
How to document "normal" gait.

What is smooth, effortless and coordinated?

200

The best position for a patient to be in if they are eating or having difficulty breathing.

What is High Fowler's?

300

This law protects the unauthorized release of a client's protected health information. 

What is HIPAA?

300

Documentation is a permanent part of the medical record. 

What is true?

300

When to use a mechanical lift.

What is with a patient who requires total mobility assistance?

300

An exaggerated curvature of the thoracic spine.

What is kyphosis?

300

The frequency of dental visits.

What is regular dental visits every 6 months?

400

The client has the right to demonstrate autonomy in making decisions about their care, even if the outcome is negative.

What is true?

400

The best time to document care that was given to a patient.

What is immediately after providing care?

400

The proper nursing action when an ambulating patient begins to fall.

What is allow the client to slide down the nurse's leg onto the floor?

400

The nurse should perform this to reduce the development of contractures.

What is range of motion (ROM)?

400

Proper skin care for a bariatric patient.

What is assisting with hygiene, keeping the area clean and dry?

500

The nurse should demonstrate integrity.

What is true?

500
When an LPN can take a telephone order from a provider.

What is in an emergency?

500

The way to measure a client for knee-length anti-embolic stockings.

What is measure the client's calf circumference and leg length?

500

These things put an immobile patient at risk for a UTI.

What is decreased fluid intake, urinary stasis, and the use of urinary catheters?

500

The proper way to provide perineal care to a female patient.

What is wipe from front to back?

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