Order Hygiene And Health Management
1. A nurse teaches a new nursing assistant to give a partial bed bath. The nurse identifies that the teaching is
understood when the nursing assistant says, “When
giving a partial bed bath, I should:
1. help the patient to wash the face, hands, underarms,
back, and perineal area.”
2. direct the patient to wash as much as possible and
assist with the rest.”
3. instruct the patient to wash the face, hands, and
4. assist the patient to wash only one part of the body
at a time.”
2. A nurse educator is teaching a class about patient
hygiene and grooming to nursing assistants. What
problem can be prevented by daily brushing of the
patient’s hair that the nurse needs to include in the
3. A nurse is assessing a patient’s ability to perform
activities of daily living. Place the following classifications of self-care abilities in order from the most
independent to the most dependent.
1. Requires help from another person for assistance or
2. Requires help from another person and equipment
3. Totally dependent; does not participate in activity
4. Requires use of equipment or device
5. Completely independent
4. A nurse finishes assisting a patient with a complete
bed bath. What is most important for the nurse to do
before leaving the patient’s room, besides moving the
bed to its lowest position?
1. Secure the call bell within easy reach.
2. Place the overbed table next to the bed.
3. Leave the door to the patient’s room open.
4. Pull all the side rails up on both sides of the
5. A nurse is caring for a patient whose hair is dry and
has a course texture with tight little curls. Which hair
care implement is most appropriate to use when
grooming this patient’s hair?
6. A nurse identifies clubbing when assessing a patient’s
hands. Which conclusion can the nurse make concerning this observation?
1. The patient has liver disease.
2. The patient has diabetes mellitus.
3. The patient has a nutritional deficiency.
4. The patient has a long-term oxygen deficit.
7. An adolescent with the diagnosis of severe nodular
acne vulgaris is unresponsive to conventional therapy.
The patient is registered in the government regulated
iPledge program and the primary health-care provider
prescribes isotretinoin (Claravis) 0.5 mg/kg PO daily
divided into two doses. The adolescent weighs 132 lb.
How many milligrams should the nurse administer for
8. What action should the nurse include in the plan of
care that is a common hygiene need of all older
1. Remove the bottom denture first.
2. Assist with daily bathing.
3. Apply a skin moisturizer.
4. Use deodorant soap.
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