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A nurse is delegating care of clients to the certified nursing assistant (CNA) and licensed practical nurse (LPN). Which tasks should the nurse give the CNA and LPN?
CNA: Measure vital signs; LPN: Give oral medications on assigned clients
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The NSNA is the professional organization for which of the following? A. Newly licensed nurses B. Student nurses C. Licensed practical nurses D. Certified nursing assistants
When delegating bedtime care to a certified nursing assistant (CNA), the nurse intervenes when observing the CNA
Bedtime (HS) care includes assisting the patient with sleep preparation by placing needed items within reach, such as the call light, fresh water, and urinal.
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Which of the following is a requirement of the DSD or Instructor during a performance evaluation for non-certified nursing assistants? (71833) A. A performance evaluation is not a requirement. B. Must be an LVN or RN. C. Must be free from other responsibilities. D. Non-certified nursing assistants are not allowed to work in a SNF.
C. Must be free from other responsibilities.
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It would be a violation of the nurse practice act for an LPN to: Provide nursing services independent of a registered nurse (RN) or physician Plan and participate in a staff education meeting with a nursing supervisor Utilize the title “nurse” when employed in the school health office Delegate data gathering to a certified nursing assistant (CNA)
Provide nursing services independent of a registered nurse (RN) or physician
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The nurse delegates morning care to a certified nursing assistant (CNA). The nurse intervenes when observing the CNA
Morning (AM) care is done after breakfast. For many patients, this will include assisting with a bath. For all patients, this includes toileting, oral care, back massage, shaving, hair care, and dressing or changing the gown. CNAs do not administer medications to any patients
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When supervising a certified nursing assistant (CNA) who is assisting a patient with bathing, the charge nurse intervenes when the CNA
One problem encountered often in the care of hospitalized patients is that the nursing staff may think the patient can do more than is really possible. As a result, the staff member places a pan of water with soap in front of the patient and disappears. When the staff person returns, they assume that the bath has been done and put it all away. The patient may not have really had a bath.
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The certified nursing assistant (CNA) is feeding a patient and notes that the patient is having difficulty swallowing. She reports this to the primary registered nurse. What should the nurse do first? =Assign the task to a more experienced CNA =Feed the patient herself =Assess the patient and place on NPO status =Call the primary care provider
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