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Seizure Training
Which of the following are types of seizures? *
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When caring for someone who is actively having a seizure you should: *
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You should place a bite block in patient’s mouth so they don’t swallow their tongue. *
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After a person has a seizure, you should not give the person anything to eat or drink until they are fully alert.
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Examples of maintenance seizure medications: *
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A seizure affects how a person appears or acts for a short time. A person can have changes in *
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Midazolam (Versed) can be administered intranasally. *
1 point
Alternative treatments for seizure management include: *
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If you have a doctor’s order for CBD oil, you can administer it to patient. *
1 point
Aspiration can be a complication of seizures. *
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G/J Tube Training
Which of the following is NOT a reason to have a G/J tube? *
1 point
What is the purpose of venting? *
1 point
You should scrub the G Tube site vigorously *
1 point
You do not need an order for the balloon volume *
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When getting ready to perform G tube site care, what supplies are needed? *
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Who should you notify for any abnormal findings? *
1 point
You can replace a J tube at home. *
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What is the abnormal tissue growth at the G/J tube site called? *
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If the G tube becomes dislodged, you have 4-6 hours before the stoma will close. *
1 point
When replacing a G tube, you feel resistance. You should force the tube in the stoma because you don’t want the stoma to close. *
1 point
Urinary Catheterization
Which of the following are reasons for a patient have a suprapubic tube? *
1 point
What is the purpose of straight catheterization? *
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You can use 1 swab to cleanse with when performing sterile catheterization on a female. *
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You do not need to check the balloon before inserting a Foley catheter. *
1 point
When getting ready to perform SPT care, what supplies are needed? *
1 point
Signs and symptoms of an infection include: *
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You can replace a SPT at home with an order if it is not the first change. *
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If the Foley catheter is not draining, what are the possible causes? *
1 point
If there is resistance when removing a Foley catheter, you should force catheter out because leaving the Foley in is risk for infection. *
1 point
It is necessary to document how the patient tolerated Foley catheter placement. *
1 point
Trach Training
What is the main reason to have a cuffed trach? *
1 point
What is an obturator used for? *
1 point
The dull side of the trach ties is where the Velcro sticks *
1 point
When checking placement of the trach ties, you should be able to place two finger widths in between the neck and the tie. *
1 point
When getting ready to perform trach care, what supplies are needed? *
1 point
Why do you use a rolled blanket when changing a trach? *
1 point
Why would a patient require a saline lavage? *
1 point
What is it called when the trachea forms a small connection to the esophagus? *
1 point
The go-bag is only used for emergencies *
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What is the first intervention to perform when the balloon has less sterile water than prescribed? *
1 point
Wound Care
Which of the following are types of wounds? *
1 point
A Stage 4 wound can be described as *
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A venous wound is caused by peripheral vascular disease. *
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A Sinus tract is a channel that extends from any part of the wound and tracks into deeper tissue *
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Examples of wound dressings: *
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When measuring a wound, you should include *
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Granulation tissue is described as firm/red, moist, pebbled healthy tissue. *
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Drainage can be described as: *
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Peri wound tissue that is indurated is described as wet, white, waterlogged tissue. *
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When documenting wound care, you should document the treatment provided. *
1 point
QA Questions
Do you need to put the MR # on all 3 pages of the CC note? *
1 point
How many personal tasks are needed for HHA documentation? *
1 point
Do you need to document a response to the education part of the CC note? *
1 point
Is it necessary to reassess after pain meds are given? *
1 point
Should you staple your CC notes together? *
1 point
Can safety be used as a topic in the educational section of the CC note? *
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Is there a section to put the time in and out on a skilled note? *
1 point
Should you put LPN or RN after your signature? *
1 point
What date do you write when checking the DME? *
1 point
If you make an error, should you be able to scribble it out? *
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After the last entry in your note, should you write a single line through the unused lines? *
1 point
Can you use blue ink on your documentation? *
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Should you write an entry every 4 hours? *
1 point
If you work a double shift, do you only need to complete one CC note? *
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If you start your shift at 3pm, should your first entry be timed for 4pm? *
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