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Additional Agency Specific Topics:
Stay Home Stay Healthy
Heart Failure, Respiratory infection, Electrolyte Imbalance, Sepsis,
Anemia, UTI, Pain Management, Fall Prevention
Incontinence, Loneliness/Distress, Alzheimer’s, Hospice Care
Posttest for Stay Home Stay Healthy
Understanding of COVID-19 and Homecare
Please take the below examinations to test what you have learned in the “Stay Home Stay Healthy” section of the course. Login to zoom first, 15 minutes before the examination starting time.
Stay Home Stay Healthy – Examination
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Which of the following diet changes are needed for a patient with Heart Failure or a heart condition?
What is the best way to prevent the spreading of the Flu virus?
Which of the following can cause electrolyte imbalance?
Which of the following is a sign of sepsis?
Which of the following foods are high in iron and good for patients with anemia?
What is NOT a sign of urinary tract infection?
If your patient is complaining of pain, you should:
Which of the following will result in a patient falling?
Which of the following signs of loneliness must be reported to your service coordinator?
Your patient is dying from pancreatic cancer. He tells his visitors that he has a bad case of the stomach virus. What stage of death and dying do you think he is in?
You can only care for someone from a different culture if you are an expert in that culture
Urinary tract infections are caused because patients are not being cleaned well after using the bathroom.
Drinking extra fluids on a hot day will help prevent Electrolyte imbalance
You do not have to call and report a fall to your service coordinator if you were not at work when it happened.
If a patient’s shoes do not fit all of a sudden, it is a sign of a heart failure complication.
Tiredness is a sign of anemia.
If a patient is too tired to get out of bed all day, you should let them rest and not make them do any activity.
Signs of sepsis include a fast heart rate, high fever and breathing fast.
You should not report if your patient hasn’t had any visitors or phone calls because it is not your business.
The best way to control pain is to remind your patients to take their pain medication on time.