Which of the following types of restraint protects

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Which of the following types of restraint protects the patient from falling out of bed but still allows the patient to change position independently?
Which of the following is appropriate when making a surgical bed?
Negative effects of immobility on the patient’s musculoskeletal system include muscle atrophy and contractures. What are two other negative effects?
What term is used to describe the degree of understanding which allows on person to experience how another person feels in a particular situation?
Which of the following are disorders that are specific to particular cultural groups?
How often should range-of-motion exercises be performed?
A restraint should be tied with a knot that is not likely to come loose, yet can be released easily by the practical nurse in an emergency. Which of the following knots meets these criteria?
What should you do if a fire occurs in the hospital?
Which of the following would be allowed for consumption by a patient who follows the traditional dietary guidelines of the Mormon (Church of Jesus of Latter Day Saints) religion?
Which of the following statements concerning communication is correct?
Human behavior is aimed toward the satisfaction of what three basic human needs?
A patient says (with a concerned expression), “That test I’m getting must be something new; I’ve never heard of it.” You reply, “I imagine you’re feeling concerned about the procedure and would like to know more about it.” What technique are you using?
What is necessary for true communication to have taken place?
You are documenting your evaluation of the patient’s range-of-motion exercises. How should your evaluation be stated?

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