Wounds
Hygiene
Oxygenation
Urinary
Nutrition
100

What classification would a wound be with a dark purple area with intact skin that feels boggy upon palpation?

Deep tissue injury

100

How often do you perform oral care on an unconscious patient?

Every 2 hours

100

How many liters per minute can you give through a nasal cannula?

1-6 lpm

100

How do you obtain a urine culture out of a foley bag?

nCleanse the port for 30 seconds.  

100

A tech reports a patient’s weight is up 10 pounds since yesterday, what is your first action?

Verify how the weight was taken

200

What is an intervention that would prevent tissue damage caused by extrinsic factors?

Proper bed mobility, preventing friction

Turning patients regularly

200

How can we prevent infections during bed baths?

Use a new wash basin

Use new wash clothes

Work clean to dirty

200

nName 2 signs and symptoms of acute respiratory distress?

1.Use of accessory muscles

2.Nasal Flaring

3.Rapid, shallow respirations

200

How do we collect a clean catch urine specimen?

Have patient cleanse self

Catch mid stream.

200

How do we tell if an NG tube is in place?

pH paper, then verified with a X-ray

300

How do we prevent pressure ulcers by intrinsic factors?

Hydration

Nutrition

300

How do you perform peri care on a female patient?

Front to back

Use different parts of wash cloth

300

Name two signs and symptoms of chronic hypoxia?

Clubbing

Barrel Chest

Normal respiratory rate

300

How many ml/hr of urine at minimum should a patient have as an output?

30 ml/hr

300

What would indicate a patient’s nutritional status is below the EAR (estimated average requirements)

Severe electrolyte imbalance

400

What is it called when a wound heals from the inside out?

Secondary Intention

400

Your patient is able to ambulate, what type of bath could you give?

Shower

400

What type of O2 delivery device do we use to deliver an exact amount of FiO2?

Venturi mask

400

How do you remove a foley catheter?

Detach bag

Empty bag

Deflate balloon

Perform peri care after removal

document

400

Why do we place a NG tube with intubated patients?

Deflates stomach

500

A patient calls the nurse in the room, due to feeling a pop in their incision. Upon assessment, the nurse discovers the small bowel sticking out of the incision. What type of complication is this?

Evisceration

500

How does collagenase work?

This eats away necrotic tissue through chemical debridement.  

500

How do we transport a patient with O2?

Make sure tank is full

No kinks

Tank is secured

Make sure O2 tubing is connected and on

500

A pt reports leakage of urine when coughing. What type of incontinence is this?

Stress incontinence

500

Give 2 examples of what type of food would be the next step after a patient is tolerating clear liquids after surgery?

Full-liquids

Yogurt

Sherbet

Milk

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