USF Nursing Quick Chapter Dressing Activity of Daily Living Question
I’m working on a nursing practice test / quiz and need a sample draft to help me understand better.
1. Which basic activity of daily living assistive device can be useful for the client who is affected with poor fine motor coordination?
2. As the nurse in an ambulatory care area, you see a new client enter with a cane that appears too short for the client. What should you do?
3. You’re looking after a post-operative client who has abdominal distention and flatus. Whichi intervention would you most likely use with this client?
4. Your incontinent client is incontinent of urine and stool. Which product would you recommend for this client when cost is a major consideration in this decision?
5. You’d suggest using a skin sealer, such as Bard’s Protective Barrier or Convatec’s Allkare, which are both fast-drying polymer translucent films that can be applied with a wipe or a spray.
6. During you musculoskeletal assessment of the client, you determine that the client has muscular strength against gravity but not against resistance. You would document this assessment as:
7. You are working as a wound care nurse. You measure the size of a client’s wound and it is 3 cm deep, 2 cm long and 4 cm wide. You would document the dimension of this wound as:
8. Your client had a ruptured appendix and peritonitis. What type of healing would be most likely for this client?
9. You are caring for a client whose pressure ulcer is yellow. Which treatment will you most likely employ for this wound?
10. You routinely use the PQRST method to assess pain. The PQRST method consists of: