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Test Bank for Skills in Clinical Nursing 8th Edition by Berman

Chapter 6 : Bed-Making Question 1 Type: MCSA The nurse is caring for a client who is on bed rest with bathroom privileges. While the client is in the bathroom, the nurse changes the client’s bed and makes the bed in what way? 1. Unoccupied open bed 2. Occupied open bed 3. Unoccupied closed bed 4. Surgical bed Correct Answer: 1 Question 2 Type: MCSA The nurse is caring for a client in shock, and places the bed at an angle with the head lower than the feet. Which term will the nurse use when documenting this position in the medical record? 1. Reverse Trendelenburg position 2. Trendelenburg position 3. Fowler’s position


4. Semi-Fowler’s position Correct Answer: 2 Question 3 Type: MCSA Which nursing action is inappropriate when providing the client with a hygienic and comfortable environment? 1. Speaking softly in the hall of the facility

2. Obtaining a bed extender for the client who is very tall 3. Placing a room deodorizer in the room of the client with asthma who complains of the odor in the room 4. Maintaining room temperature between 68°F and 74°F Correct Answer: 3 Question 4 Type: MCSA The nurse caring for an older adult client diagnosed with dementia bathes the client and changes the wound dressing. Prior to leaving the room, which action by the nurse is the most appropriate? 1. Raise the side rails. 2. Place the head of the bed in the semi-Fowler’s position. 3. Place the bed in the low position. 4. Remove the footboard from the bed. Correct Answer: 3


Question 5 Type: MCSA The nurse is caring for a client in respiratory distress. Which bed position is the most appropriate for this client? 1. Semi-Fowler’s position 2. Trendelenburg position 3. Flat position 4. Fowler’s position Correct Answer: 4 Question 6 Type: MCSA The nurse caring for a client with a fractured third cervical vertebrae determines the client is in spinal shock. Which bed position is the most appropriate for this client? 1. Flat 2. Semi-Fowler’s 3. Trendelenburg 4. Reverse Trendelenburg Correct Answer: 1

Question 7 Type: MCSA The nurse delegates bed making to the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP). Which client’s bed should be made by the nurse and not the UAP?


1. The postoperative client diagnosed with dementia on complete bed rest 2. The client who is diagnosed with myocardial infarction who has bathroom privileges 3. The client with increased intracranial pressure on complete bed rest 4. The postoperative client Correct Answer: 3 Question 8 Type: MCMA When delegating bed-making to the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP), the nurse would instruct the UAP on which items? Standard Text: Select all that Proper disposal of linens that contain drainage 1. What tubes or dressings the client might have 2. How to make hospital corners 3. Whom to inform if they notice anything unusual 4. Placing the call bell in a specific location for a client with mobility concerns Correct Answer: 1,2,5 Question 9 Type: MCMA The nurse is making beds on the medical–surgical unit. What would the nurse do differently when making a surgical bed versus an open unoccupied bed? Standard Text: Select all that apply. 1. Strip the bed.


2. Do not tuck, miter, or toe-pleat the top covers. 3. Fold top sheets into a triangle at the side of the bed. 4. Place pillows on the chair beside the bed. 5. Raise the bed to a comfortable working height. Correct Answer: 2,3,4 Question 10 Type: SEQ

The nurse is making an occupied bed for a client who is required to maintain complete bed rest. Place the steps of making an occupied bed in the appropriate order to be performed. Standard Text: Click on the down arrow for each response in the right column and select the correct choice from the list. Response 1. Loosen the bottom soiled linens behind the side-lying client and fan-fold them close to the client. Response 2. Pull linens from the center of the bed and make that side of the bed. Response 3. Make the side of the bed behind the client and tuck sheets under the

client. Response 4. Position the client supine and place the clean top linen on the bed. Response 5. Remove the soiled linen from the bed. Correct Answer: 1,3,5,2,4


Question 11 Type: MCSA The nurse delegates the making of an occupied bed to the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP). Which statement made by the UAP would indicate the need for further instruction prior to this assignment? 1. “I will be sure to inform you of any wound drainage.” 2. “I will inform you if any of the client’s tubes are loose.” 3. “I will assess the client’s IV tubing.” 4. “I will inform you of any problems.” Correct Answer: 3 Question 12 Type: MCSA The nurse is instructing the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) about the different bed positions available. Which statement by the UAP indicates the understanding of the different bed positions? 1. “Fowler’s is used when assisting clients to bed for sleeping.” 2. “Supine is used when assisting the client with eating.” 3. “Trendelenburg is used to promote decreased gastric emptying.” 4. “Semi-Fowler’s is used for clients receiving gastric feedings.” Correct Answer: 4 Question 13 Type: MCSA


The nurse is providing care to a client who is confused and recently suffered a fall. The family is at the bedside and the nurse is discussing the use of side rails with them. Which statement made by the family indicates the need for additional instruction? 1. “We can leave one side rail up.” 2. “We can leave all of the side rails down.” 3. “We should not put all four side rails up.” 4. “We can leave up the bottom two side rails.” Correct Answer: 2 Question 14 Type: SEQ Place the steps for making an unoccupied bed in the appropriate order. Standard Text: Click on the down arrow for each response in the right column and select the correct choice from the list. Response 1. Arrange the client’s room and remove and discard linens. Response 2. Reposition mattress, wipe off any moisture, and dry thoroughly. Response 3. Lower side rails on both sides of the bed and raise to comfortable working level. Response 4. Apply all bottom linens on one side of the bed before moving to the other. Response 5. Remove soiled linens and place them in a laundry bag. Response 6. Determine if the client is incontinent or if excess drainage is on the linen. Correct Answer: 6,3,5,2,4,1


Question 15 Type: MCSA The nurse is instructing the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) on positioning the client in the Fowler’s position. Which statement by the UAP indicates appropriate understanding of Fowler’s position? 1. “I will put the client’s head completely flat.” 2. “I will elevate the client’s head.” 3. “I will only raise the head of the bed 30°.” 4. “I will place the bed in the Trendelenburg position.” Correct Answer: 2

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