#12 question wants me to determine what a nursing assistant can do on the OB floor. i choose 3 and 5, but i'm wrong. cuz apparently an "experienced" nursing assistant can remove a foley cath. i'm like *****?! im here looking for skills only a nursing assistant
can do. which is bathing, transferring, ambulating, feeding, toileting, obtaining VS, height, weight, I&O, housekeeping, transporting, and stocking supplies. (source: kaplan course book).
PDA, why you gon throw in what an experienced nursing assistant can do when you ain't ask that in the stem?!
#15 i was confused how to assign these patients. was i assigning two unstable or stable patients to the 1 RN? i guessed 2 and 4.. and guessed wrong.
#19 i didn't choose answer 4 because when turning a pregant pt on her side, i want to choose answers that specifically says to turn to a specific side, for instance the left side. bc the left side is the best side. turning the woman on her right would occlude the great veins (vena cava). correct answers for this SATA included 4, but i didn't choose it. was i not thinking critically?
#20 the rationale said to notify the anesthesiologist, as in answer 4, yet the correct answers for this SATA did not include 4. im confused. are the correct answers 2 and 3 or 2, 3, and 4? maybe it's a typo...
#25 you don't have thoughts of hurting your baby during postpartum depression (baby blues) do you? you're just really emotional, sad and crying a lot, feels of fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and have appetite and sleep disturbances, but no thoughts of hurting the baby right?