5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
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- False. You must protect a client with osteoporosis from falls but not because he or she is at high risk for joint injuries.
- False. Tuberculosis is spread by airborne droplets
- A cold compress
- She may become weak or feel faint
- a Tuberculosis is spread by contact with infectious materials.
- b You must protect a client with osteoporosis from falls because he or she is at high risk for joint injuries.
- c Which is a moist cold application?
- d You are assisting Mrs. Beauchemin with a sitz bath. Which is correct?
- e a client with rheumatoid arthritis tells you she has wrist pain, you would be correct to expect the pain to be:
5 Multiple choice questions
- A client with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is at risk for respiratory infections.
- Heat applications are used for which of the following? To
- When caring for a client who had a hip replacement 5 weeks ago, which of these activities would not be allowed?
- An ice bag is a moist cold application
- An infant who has a fracture may be a victim of child abuse.
5 True/False questions
True. Rhematoid arthritis in children can affect growth and development. → Before applying an ice bag, place it in a cover
True,If a client is vomiting, you need to use only Standard Practices. → If a client is vomiting, you need to use only Standard Practices.
True. The goal of cardiac rehabilitation after a myocardial infarction is to prevent another
attack. → A common term for a myocardial infarction is heart attack.
False. When turning and repositioning a client with opteoporosis, you should not move him or her quickly to prevent fractures. → You must protect a client with osteoporosis from falls because he or she is at high risk for joint injuries.
False. A stroke occurs when brain cells get not oxygen and nutrients. → Arthroplasty is done to cure arthritis