cope health scholar part 1

When you log roll a patient, the side rails that the patient is turning towards should always be
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how to log roll a patientone hand under hip and one hand under their shoulderbefore entering a patients room what must you do1. check for any signs outside, 2. perform hand hygiene 3. knock and say your introductionwhat should you do once the patient is log rolledperform a skin assessment and check for bed sores.if a bed sore is found on a patient how should you let the CNA knowquietly so you don't worry your patientwhen repositioning a patient what should you doplace a pillow under their back and in-between their legs (knees and ankles)True or False you should walk the patient through everything you are doingTruebefore leaving a patients room what should you make sure1. all wires are hooked back up 2. you gave them their pillow/ raised their bed back up 3. they have their nurse call buttonmost important thing to do before leaving a patients roommake sure their bed is all the way lowered and at least 2 guard rails are up but no more than 3before doing anything with a patient you mustbe wearing glovesdoffing PEE ordergloves, gown, maskdonning PPE ordergown, mask, glovesBefore ambulating a patient, you should check if the patient has walked within the past ____ hours.12 hoursIn an assisted fall, it is important to protecthead and neckIdentify the appropriate hand placement during ambulation (without gait belt):One hand on the patient's scapula, the other supporting patient elbowIn an assisted fall, the goal is not to stop the patient from falling, but rather guide the patient to the floor safely.TrueTrue or False: Scholars can ambulate fall risk patients, without staff presenceFalseWhat is the number of rails that need to be raised on the side of the bed that you are turning the patient towards?2When re-positing a patient, the bed height should be at:hip height of the shortest personTrue or False: You should ask a patient to cross their arms/legs when re-positioning them up in bed and/or turning them to their sideTrueWhen re-positioning a patient up in bed, should you take an overhand or underhand grip on the draw sheet?underhand gripTrue or False: After placing a patient on a bedpan, you should leave them laying down completely flat when using the bedpan.false you should raise the head of the bedTrue or False: When placing the patient on the bedpan, the bedpan and patient should move as one unit.false, when moving the patient the bedpan should be held down to the bed to prevent movement.True or False: When taking the patient off a bedpan, the bedpan should be stabilized flat, and patient should move separately.TrueWhen wiping the groin area, what is the correct direction to wipe?front to backTrue or False: Gloves should be worn by the staff bathing the patient.TrueIt is important to keep the patient covered during the bathing process in order to:retain patient privacy and prevent them from getting coldTrue or False: The wheelchair should be wiped with Sani wipes before/after discharging a patient.trueWhere should Scholars check out during the discharge process?unit secretary deskWhen helping the patient move from sitting to standing, where should you place your hands?shoulder and backWhere should the wheelchair be placed in the room, when preparing for discharge?the foot of the bedTrue or False: If a patient needs help getting into their car during discharge, Scholars may assist with helping the patient into the carfalse, scholars can't leave the curb of the hospitalWhich of the following is not an appropriate transfer assistive device?flat sheet/draw sheetWhen transferring a patient with 2 patient care team members from the bed to the gurney, one person will stand on the side of the ____ and pull the patient, and the other person will stand on side of the ___ and guide the patient.gurney pull, bed guideWhen transferring a patient with 4 patient care team members from the bed to the gurney, where will the other two additional team members stand?one at the foot and the other at the head of the bedA staff member tells you that the patient in 505 has dysphagia and has asked you to take the meal tray and assist that patient. As a Scholar you shouldNot take the tray, inform the staff member you cannot feed a patient with dysphagia, inform charge nurse of requestAs you are assisting the patient, you notice signs of aspiration. Your immediate next steps should be:stop feeding and notify the nurse immediatelyWhich of the following is NOT a step you should take when finished feeding a patient?Leave the head of the bed raised in high FowlersTrue/False: You should feed a patient in semi-fowler's positionfalse the patient should be in full fowlers positionwhat is normal heart hate60-100what is normal oxygen range97-99normal blood pressure range120 over 80normal 02 rage97-99Normal temperature98.6 plus or minus 1pain 0-10 what number do you report atpain level 8if numbers are out of range for vitals what do you dostop and make sure patient is in a safe position and get the nursecode yellowBomb threatcode greycombative personcode redfirecode orangeHazardous spill/liquidCode Silverweaponcode pinkmissing babycode purpleChild abductioncode bluecardiac arrestcode whitepediatric medical emergencywhat is the emergency phone number for scholars888-248-2914what is PHIProtected Health InformationHIPPA meansHealth Insurance Portability and Accountability Actwhich isolation rooms can you enterdropplet contact contact isolationwhat are the 6 dying symptoms1. aspration 2. not responsive 3. temperature sensitivity 4. breathing changes 5. lethargy 6. disorientedWhat is the Trendelenburg position?foot of bed is raised easy to pull up a patient 15/30 degrees5 groups of health care team1. allied health 2. nursing staff 3. physicians 4. volunteers 5. the patientMandatory Reporting1. child abuse 2. harassment 3. elderly abuse 4. domestic abuseRespiratory Rate (RR)12-20 is normal don't tell patient you are checking for this have them cross their arms and tell them you are checking for pulse count to 30 then x 2 count to 15 then x 4