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Nursing Assistant Skills Checklist

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ISBN-10: 1401871933

ISBN-13: 9781401871932

Edition: 2006

Authors: Trisha Kennamer, Mike Kennamer, Delmar Cengage Learning Staff, Delmar Cengage Learning Staff

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Nursing Assistant Skills Checklist is a compilation of checklists detailing the steps required to perform over 160 procedures. This product can be used as a tool for those who are studying to be Nursing Assistants; by instructors who want a tool to check student competency; or within an in-service training environment at the workplace.
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Book details

List price: $79.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 5/19/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.980
Language: English

Beginning Procedure Actions
Procedure Completion Actions
Putting on a Mask
Putting on a Gown
Putting on Gloves
Removing Contaminated Gloves
Removing Contaminated Gloves, Mask, and Gown
Serving a Meal in an Isolation Unit
Measuring Vital Signs in an Isolation Unit
Transferring Nondisposable Equipment Outside of Isolation Unit
Specimen Collection from a Patient in an Isolation Unit
Caring for Linens in an Isolation Unit
Transporting Patient to and from Isolation Unit
Opening a Sterile Package
Turning the Patient toward You
Turning the Patient away from You
Moving a Patient to the Head of the Bed
Logrolling the Patient
Applying a Transfer Belt
Transferring the Patient from Bed to Chair-One Assistant
Transferring the Patient from Bed to Chair-Two Assistants
Transferring the Patient from Chair to Bed-One Assistant
Transferring the Patient from Chair to Bed-Two Assistants
Independent Transfer, Standby Assist
Transferring the Patient from Bed to Stretcher
Transferring the Patient from Stretcher to Bed
Transferring the Patient with a Mechanical Lift
Transferring the Patient onto and off the Toilet
Transferring the Patient into and out of the Tub
Transferring a Patient into and out of a Car
Assisting the Patient to Walk with a Cane and Three-Point Gait
Assisting the Patient to Walk with a Walker and Three-Point Gait
Assisting the Falling Patient
Measuring an Oral Temperature (Glass Thermometer)
Measuring Temperature Using a Sheath-Covered Thermometer
Measuring a Rectal Temperature (Glass Thermometer)
Measuring an Axillary or Groin Temperature (Glass Thermometer)
Measuring an Oral Temperature (Electronic Thermometer)
Measuring a Rectal Temperature (Electronic Thermometer)
Measuring an Axillary Temperature (Electronic Thermometer)
Measuring a Tympanic Temperature
Cleaning Glass Thermometers
Counting the Radial Pulse
Counting the Apical-Radial Pulse
Counting Respirations
Taking Blood Pressure
Taking Blood Pressure with an Electronic Blood Pressure Apparatus
Weighing and Measuring the Patient using an Upright Scale
Weighing the Patient on a Chair Scale
Measuring Weight with an Electronic Wheelchair Scale
Measuring and Weighing the Patient in Bed
Admitting the Patient
Transferring the Patient
Discharging the Patient
Making a Closed Bed
Opening the Closed Bed
Making an Occupied Bed
Making the Surgical Bed
Assisting with the Tub Bath or Shower
Bed Bath
Changing the Patient's Gown
Waterless Bed Bath
Partial Bath
Female Perineal Care
Male Perineal Care
Hand and Fingernail Care
Bed Shampoo
Dressing and Undressing the Patient
Assisting with Routine Oral Hygiene
Assisting with Special Oral Hygiene
Assisting the Patient to Floss and Brush Teeth
Caring for Dentures
Shaving a Male Patient
Daily Hair Care
Giving and Receiving the Bedpan
Giving and Receiving the Urinal
Assisting with Use of the Bedside Commode
Assisting the Patient Who Can Feed Self
Feeding the Dependent Patient
Applying an Ice Bag
Applying a Disposable Cold Pack
Applying an Aquamatic K-Pad
Performing a Warm Soak
Applying a Warm Moist Compress
Assisting with Application of a Hypothermia Blanket
Assisting with a Physical Examination
Shaving the Operative Area
Assisting the Patient to Deep Breathe and Cough
Performing Postoperative Leg Exercises
Applying Elasticized Stockings
Applying Elastic Bandage
Applying Pneumatic Compression Hosiery
Assisting the Patient to Dangle
Giving Postmortem Care
Checking Capillary Refill
Using a Pulse Oximeter
Attaching a Humidifer to the Oxygen Flow Meter or Regulator
Collecting a Sputum Specimen
Applying an Arm Sling
Procedure for Continuous Passive Motion
Performing Range-of-Motion Exercises (Passive)
Obtaining a Fingerstick Blood Sugar
Testing Urine for Acetone: Ketostix Strip Test
Caring for the Eye Socket and Artificial Eye
Warm Eye Compresses
Cool Eye Compresses
Applying a Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid
Removing a Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid
Applying and Removing an In-the-Ear Hearing Aid
Collecting a Stool Specimen
Giving a Soap-Solution Enema
Giving a Commercially Prepared Enema
Inserting a Rectal Suppository
Inserting a Rectal Tube and Flatus Bag
Collecting a Routine Urine Specimen
Collecting a Clean-Catch Urine Specimen
Collecting a 24-Hour Urine Specimen
Testing Urine with the HemaCombistix
Routine Drainage Check
Giving Indwelling Catheter Care
Emptying a Urinary Drainage Unit
Disconnecting the Catheter
Applying a Condom for Urinary Drainage
Connecting a Catheter to a Leg Bag
Emptying a Leg Bag
Breast Self-Examination
Giving a Nonsterile Vaginal Douche
Changing a Diaper
Bathing an Infant
Admitting a Pediatric Patient
Weighing the Pediatric Patient
Changing Crib Linens
Changing Crib Linens (Infant in Crib)
Measuring Pediatric Temperature
Determining Pediatric Heart Rate (Pulse)
Counting Respiratory Rate
Measuring Pediatric Blood Pressure
Bottle-Feeding an Infant
Burping (Method A)
Burping (Method B)
Testing for Occult Blood using Hemoccult and Developer
Collecting a Urine Specimen through a Drainage Port
Removing an Indwelling Catheter
Giving Routine Stoma Care (Colostomy)
Routine Care of an Ileostomy (With Patient in Bed)
Setting up a Sterile Field using a Sterile Drape
Adding an Item to a Sterile Field
Adding Liquids to a Sterile Field
Applying and Removing Sterile Gloves
Using Transfer Forceps
Head-Tilt, Chin-Lift Maneuver
Jaw-Thrust Maneuver
Mask-to-Mouth Ventilation
Adult CPR, One Rescuer
Adult CPR, Two Rescuer
Positioning the Patient in the Recovery Position
Heimlich Maneuver-Abdominal Thrusts
Assisting the Adult Who Has an Obstructed Airway and Becomes Unconscious
CPR for Infants
Obstructed Airway: Conscious Infant
Obstructed Airway: Unconscious Infant
CPR for Children, One Rescuer
Child with Foreign Body Airway Obstruction