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Choose the co more than one answer is corr apply. 19. How can you be certain that the wheels of a stretcher are locked before transferring a patient? a. Press the foot lock and announce loudly that the wheels are locked. b/Physically attempt to move the stretcher, even if you have locked the wheels. c. Bend down on one knee to ensure that the red lever is up and the green one is down. d. Assign one person to hold the stretcher in place while the patient is transferred. 20. When you care for your assigned patient with paralysis of both legs, you are concerned about skin breakdown. Which nursing interventions would you use? a. Reposition him every 4 hours while he is in bed. b. Inspect bony prominences for redness every 2 hours. If found, massage around the area but not on it. c. Dry skin thoroughly but gently after cleansing it with mild soap. d. Pat bony prominences with fluffy towels to relieve pressure points. e. Provide adequate nutrition so that the tissue can repair itself.
15. The position used to assist patients in seven distress, allowing maximum expansion of the moving air in and out of the lungs, is called the 16. When you prepare to administer an enema. you 124 UNIT 3 Nursing Basics Fill in the blank with the correct Key Term(s) or italicized words from your text. is placed at the lateral aspect of the patient’s thigh to prevent outward rotation of the leg 12. When a patient’s blood pressure decreases with a change in position, it is referred to as place the patient in the position. position is 13 occurs when the skin layer is pulled across the muscle and bone in one direction, while the skin slides over the bedsheet in the opposite direction 17. The described as lying on the stomach with the head turned to the side. 18. The position is described as lying on the back with the arms at the sides. 14. When you position a patient so that his or her extremities are in alignment to maintain the potential for their use and movement, this is called the