CNA Exam Questions
Sample Questions & Answers
you may have on the test
From CHAPTER FIVE
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS -
IT IS IMPORTANT TO READ ALL OF THE ANSWERS SO THAT YOU WILL KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.
- In Long Term Care Facilities which shift gets the residents ready for their appointments, X-rays, etc?
- 7.a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
- 3 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
- 11 p.m. - 7:30 a.m.
- When an individual comes to a "care facility' for a short period of time, so that their regular care-givers can have a "break," this is referred to as:
- continuous care
- rehabilitative care
- respite care - (respite means "short time care")
- hospice care
- The following are some characteristics of various conditions. Which ones apply to Rheumatoid Arthritis?
- swollen, black and blue areas around joints
- painful joints, but rarely red or swollen
- joints are hot, red, painful and swollen
- Swelling of the ankles and legs can be a sign of:
- a heart attack
- peripheral vascular disease
- coronary artery disease
- congestive heart failure
- Which stage of pressure sore is the characteristic of a breakdown of the subcutaneous layer of the skin?
- Stage V
- Stage I
- Stage II
- Stage III
- Who is it that assists the residents in being able to use their hands and their arms?
- activities coordinator
- physical therapist
- occupational therapist
- There is a cloudy condition that develops in the lens of the eye which reduces sight. What is this condition?
- When an individual is unable to control their bladder (when nd where they may be when they urinate), what is this conditioned referred to as?
- urinary incontinence
- urinary retention
- urinary tract infection
- Of the items listed below, which ones are considered to be basic human needs?
- love and caring from others
- all of the above
- The three types of bodily response to infections are what:
- micro-organisms, fever, localized
- skin tears, colds developing into pneumonia
- localized, silent and whole body
- abdominal, respiratory and skin problems