What is the term for a device used totake the place of a missing body part?

  1. Pronation

  2. Abduction

  3. External rotation

  4. Prosthesis

Answer:

D

When a client has left-sidedweakness, what part of a sweater isput on first?

  1. Both sleeves

  2. Left sleeve

  3. Client's choice

  4. Right sleeve

Answer:

B

It is appropriate for a nurse aide toshare the information regarding aclient's status with:

  1. any one the nurse aide sees fit

  2. the client's family members

  3. the client's roommate

  4. the staff on the next shift

Answer:

D

When helping a client who isrecovering from a stroke to walk, thenurse aide should assist:

  1. on the client's strong side

  2. on the client's weak side

  3. from behind the client

  4. with a wheelchair

Answer:

B

The nurse aide is caring for a clientwho is agitated. The nurse aideSHOULD:

  1. speak loudly so the client can hearthe instructions

  2. ask to reassign the care of thisclient

  3. talk in a slow, calm, reassuringmanner

  4. tell the client to be quiet

Answer:

C

The purpose for padding side rails onthe client's bed is to:

  1. use them as a restraint

  2. have a place to connect the callsignal

  3. protect the client from injury

  4. keep the client warm

Answer:

C

Exercises that move each muscle andjoint are called:

  1. adduction

  2. range of motion

  3. abduction

  4. rotation

Answer:

B

How can the nurse aide BEST help aclient who is not accepting a loss?

  1. Leave the client alone

  2. Convince the client to accept theloss

  3. Encourage the client to talk

  4. Discourage individual activity

Answer:

C

The Heimlich maneuver (abdominalthrust) is used for a client who has:

  1. a bloody nose

  2. a blocked airway

  3. fallen out of bed

  4. impaired eyesight

Answer:

B

To BEST communicate with a clientwho is totally deaf, the nurse aideshould:

  1. smile frequently and speak loudly

  2. smile often and talk rapidly

  3. avoid eye contact

  4. write out information

Answer:

D