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1. Knock.
2. Introduce yourself to resident.
3. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry.
4. Explain the procedure to the resident.
5. Provide for privacy.
6. Candidate puts on gloves.
7. Position resident on bedpan/fracture pan correctly. (Pan not upside down, is centered, etc.)
8. Position resident on bedpan/fracture pan using correct body mechanics.
9. Raise head of bed to comfortable level.
10. Leave tissue within reach of resident.
11. Leave call light within reach of resident.
12. Move to an area of the room away from the Actor.
13. When the RN Test Observer indicates, candidate returns.Wisconsin Nurse Aide Candidate Handbook
14. Obtain a wet washcloth.
15. Wash/assist resident to wash hands.
16. Dry/assist resident to dry hands.
17. Discard soiled linen in designated laundry hamper.
18. Gently remove bedpan/fracture pan.
19. Hold the bedpan/fracture pan for the RN Test Observer while an unknown quantity of liquid is poured into
bedpan/fracture pan.
20. Place graduate on level, flat surface.
21. With graduate at eye level, read output.
22. Empty equipment used into designated toilet. (Bedpan/Fracture Pan - Graduate)
23. Rinse equipment used and empty rinse water into designated toilet. (Bedpan/Fracture Pan - Graduate)
24. Remove gloves turning inside out.
25. Properly dispose of gloves.
26. Record output on recording form.
27. Candidate's measured reading is within 25ml of RN Test Observer's reading.
28. Maintain respectful, courteous interpersonal interactions at all times.
29. Place call light or signaling device within reach of the resident.
30. Wash hands: Begin by wetting hands.
31. Wash hands: Apply soap to hands.
32. Wash hands: Rub hands together using friction.
33. Wash hands: Rub hands together for at least twenty (20) seconds.
34. Wash hands: Interlace fingers pointing downward.
35. Wash hands: Wash all surfaces of hands with soap.
36. Wash hands: Wash wrists with soap.
37. Wash hands: Rinse hands thoroughly under running water with fingers pointed downward.
38. Wash hands: Dry hands on clean paper towel(s).
39. Wash hands: Turn off faucet with a clean, dry paper towel.
40. Wash hands: Discard paper towels to trash container as used.
41. Washes hands: Does not re-contaminate hands by touching faucet or sink at any time during/after the
hand washing procedure.
1. Knock.
2. Introduce yourself to resident.
3. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry.
4. Explain the procedure to the resident.
5. Provide for privacy.
6. Put on gloves.
7. Avoid over exposure throughout the procedure.
8. Check to see that urine can flow, unrestricted, into the drainage bag.
9. Use soap and water to carefully wash around the catheter where it exits the urethra.
10. Hold catheter where it exits the urethra with one hand.
11. While holding catheter, clean 3-4 inches down the catheter tube.
12. Clean with strokes only away from the urethra.
13. Use clean portion of washcloth for each stroke.
14. Rinse using a clean washcloth with strokes only away from the urethra.
15. Rinse using clean portion of washcloth for each stroke.
16. Pat dry.
17. Do not allow the tube to be pulled at any time during the procedure.
18. Replace gown over resident's peri area.
19. Leave resident in a position of safety and comfort.
20. Place call light or signaling device within reach of resident.
21. Maintain respectful, courteous interpersonal interactions at all times.
22. Wash hands: Begin by wetting hands.
23. Wash hands: Apply soap to hands.
24. Wash hands: Rub hands together using friction.
25. Wash hands: Rub hands together for at least twenty (20) seconds.
26. Wash hands: Interlace fingers pointing downward.
27. Wash hands: Wash all surfaces of hands with soap.
28. Wash hands: Wash wrists with soap.
29. Wash hands: Rinse hands thoroughly under running water with fingers pointed downward.
30. Wash hands: Dry hands on clean paper towel(s).
31. Wash hands: Turn off faucet with a clean, dry paper towel.
32. Wash hands: Discard paper towels to trash container as used.
33. Washes hands: Does not re-contaminate hands by touching faucet or sink at any time during/after the
hand washing procedure.
1. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry.
2. Explain the procedure to the resident.
3. Ask resident to state name and verify name matches the name on the diet card.
4. Position the resident in an upright position, at least 45 degrees.
5. Protect clothing from soiling by using napkin, clothing protector, or towel.
6. Assist resident to clean hands BEFORE feeding. (May use a wet washcloth and dry washcloth/towel to
wash/dry resident's hands -OR- may use hand sanitizer making sure to completely cover all surfaces of the
resident's hands and rub until hands are completely dry.)
7. Ensure resident's hands are dry BEFORE feeding.
8. Position yourself at eye level facing the resident while feeding resident.
9. Describe the foods being offered to the resident.
10. Offer each fluid frequently.
11. Offer small amounts of food at a reasonable rate.
12. Allow resident time to chew and swallow.
13. Wipe resident's face during meal at least one time.
a. Actor will say, "I'm full" before all the solid food and fluids are gone.
14. Leave resident clean.
15. Leave resident in bed with head of bed set up to at least 30 degrees.
16. Record intake as a percentage of total solid food eaten on the previously signed recording form.
17. Candidate's calculation must be within 25 percentage points of the RN Test Observer's.
18. Record sum of estimated fluid intakes in ml on the previously signed recording form.
19. Candidate's calculation must be within 60ml of the RN Test Observer's.
20. Maintain respectful, courteous interpersonal interactions at all times.
21. Place call light or signaling device within easy reach of the resident.
22. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry
1. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry.
2. Face the back opening of the gown.
3. Unfold the gown.
4. Place arms through each sleeve.
5. Secure the neck opening.
6. Secure the waist, making sure that the back flaps cover clothing as completely as possible.
7. Put on gloves.
8. Glove overlap gown sleeves at the wrist.
9. Knock.







10. Introduce yourself to resident.
11. Explain the procedure to the resident
12. Place a barrier on the floor under the drainage bag.
13. Place the graduate on the previously placed barrier.
14. Open the drain to allow the urine to flow into the graduate.
15. Avoid touching the graduate with the tip of the tubing.
16. Close the drain.
17. Wipe the drain with alcohol wipe AFTER emptying drainage bag.
18. Replace drain in holder.
19. Place graduate on level, flat surface
20. With graduate at eye level, read output.
21. Empty graduate into designated toilet.
22. Rinse equipment emptying into designated toilet.
23. Return equipment to storage.
24. Leave resident in a position of comfort and safety.
25. Place call light or signaling device within reach of the resident.
26. Maintain respectful, courteous interpersonal interactions at all times.
27. Remove gloves, turning inside out.
28. Remove gloves BEFORE removing gown.
29. Dispose of the gloves in appropriate container.
30. Unfasten gown at the neck.
31. Unfasten gown at the waist.
32. Remove gown by folding soiled area to soiled area.
33. Dispose of gown in an appropriate container.
34. Record the output in ml on previously signed recording form.
35. Candidate's recorded measurement is within 25ml of the RN Test Observer's measurement.
36. Wash hands: Begin by wetting hands.
37. Wash hands: Apply soap to hands.
38. Wash hands: Rub hands together using friction.
39. Wash hands: Rub hands together for at least twenty (20) seconds.
40. Wash hands: Interlace fingers pointing downward.
41. Wash hands: Wash all surfaces of hands with soap.
42. Wash hands: Wash wrists with soap.
43. Wash hands: Rinse hands thoroughly under running water with fingers pointed downward.
44. Wash hands: Dry hands on clean paper towel(s).
45. Wash hands: Turn off faucet with a clean, dry paper towel.
46. Wash hands: Discard paper towels to trash container as used.
47. Washes hands: Does not re-contaminate hands by touching faucet or sink at any time during/after the
hand washing procedure.
1. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry.
2. Explain the procedure to the resident.
3. Provide for privacy.
4. Put on gloves only AFTER supplies have been gathered.
5. Drape resident's chest with a towel (cloth or paper) to prevent soiling.
6. Wet toothbrush.
7. Apply toothpaste to toothbrush.
8. Brush resident's teeth, including the inner surfaces of all upper and lower teeth, while verbalizing the
surfaces you are cleaning.
9. Brush resident's teeth, including the outer surfaces of all upper and lower teeth, while verbalizing the
surfaces you are cleaning.
10. Brush resident's teeth, including chewing surfaces of all upper and lower teeth, while verbalizing the
surfaces you are cleaning.
11. Clean resident's tongue.
12. Assist the resident in rinsing mouth.
13. Wipe resident's mouth.
14. Remove soiled chest barrier.
15. Place soiled chest barrier (cloth or paper) in the appropriate container.
16. Empty emesis basin.
17. Rinse emesis basin.
18. Dry emesis basin.
19. Rinse toothbrush.
20. Return equipment to storage.
21. Remove gloves turning inside out.
22. Dispose of gloves in appropriate container.
23. Leave resident in position of comfort.
24. Place call light or signaling device within easy reach of the resident.
25. Maintain respectful, courteous interpersonal interactions at all times.
26. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry.
1. Knock.
2. Introduce yourself to the resident.
3. Perform hand hygiene.
a. Cover all surfaces of hands with hand sanitizer.
b. Rub hands together until hands are completely dry.
4. Explain the procedure to the resident. (manikin)
5. Provide for privacy.
6. Raise the bed height
7. Fill basin with warm water.
8. Put on gloves.
9. Direct RN Test Observer to stand on opposite side of the bed or raise side rail on opposite side of bed.
a. RN Test Observer DOES NOT move into position unless directed to do so by the candidate.
10. Turn resident or raise hips and place barrier (candidate will choose barrier such as a towel, water proof pad,
chux, etc.) under buttocks.
11. Expose perineum only.
12. Separate labia.
13. Use water and soapy washcloth.
14. Clean one side of labia from top to bottom.
15. Use a clean portion of a washcloth, clean other side of labia from top to bottom.
16. Use a clean portion of a washcloth, clean the vaginal area from top to bottom.
17. Use a clean washcloth, rinse one side of labia from top to bottom.
18. Use a clean portion of a washcloth, rinse other side of labia from top to bottom.
19. Use a clean portion of a washcloth, rinse the vaginal area from top to bottom.
20. Pat dry.
21. Avoid over exposure throughout the procedure.
22. Assist resident to turn onto side away from the candidate.
a. RN Test Observer may help hold the manikin on its side ONLY after the candidate has turned the
manikin.
23. Use a clean washcloth.
24. Use water, washcloth and soap.
25. Clean from vagina to rectal area.
26. Use a clean portion of a washcloth with any stroke.
27. Use a clean washcloth, rinse from vagina to rectal area.
28. Use a clean portion of a washcloth with any stroke.
29. Pat dry.
30. Safely remove barrier from under buttocks.
31. Position resident (manikin) on her back.
32. Dispose of soiled linen in designated laundry hamper.
33. Empty equipment.
34. Rinse equipment.
35. Dry equipment.
36. Return equipment to storage.
37. Remove gloves, turning inside out.
38. Dispose of gloves in appropriate container.
39. Lower bed, if it was raised.
40. Maintain respectful, courteous interpersonal interactions at all times.
41. Place call light or signaling device within reach of resident.
42. Wash hands: Begin by wetting hands.
43. Wash hands: Apply soap to hands.
44. Wash hands: Rub hands together using friction.
45. Wash hands: Rub hands together for at least twenty (20) seconds.
46. Wash hands: Interlace fingers pointing downward.
47. Wash hands: Wash all surfaces of hands with soap.
48. Wash hands: Wash wrists with soap.
49. Wash hands: Rinse hands thoroughly under running water with fingers pointed downward.
50. Wash hands: Dry hands on clean paper towel(s).
51. Wash hands: Turn off faucet with a clean, dry paper towel.
52. Wash hands: Discard paper towels to trash container as used.
53. Washes hands: Does not re-contaminate hands by touching faucet or sink at any time during/after the
hand washing procedure.