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1. How did you determine the inflation point in taking BP?

- Last pulse during inflation & add 30

2. Why do you encourage client to urinate prior to bathing?
- To pevent client from urinating during bed bathing

3. How will you undress the client w/ right sided paralysis?
- To undress the unaffected part first
- To dress the paralyzed part first

4. The purpose of plastic rubber draw sheet.
- Prevent bed sheet from being wet

5. Importance of indwelling urinary catheter care
- Prevent further infection
- Pevent ascending infection
- UTI silent killer

6. How would you change the position in immobilized patient?
- Several times

7. Why do we nneed to apply the principles of body mechanics when transfering
immobilized/disabled client?
- Prevent injury
- Good blood circulation

8. Considerations in preparing meals in elderly client?
- Food that are nutritious & w/ proper diet
- Medical condition
- Ability to eat
- Preference

9. ABC’s in CPR
- Checking airway, breathing & circulation

10. Indication to stop CPR
- Physician takes over
- Operator exhausted
- Sign of life
- Turn-over to emergency medical service
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Possible Interview Questions
1. Importance of backrub to a bed ridden client?
- To stimulate circulation, prevent bedsore & promote relaxation

2. Basic comsideration in assisting client personal needs?
- Maintain persons privacy & dignity of the client

all body processes are slow . Important safety precautions must be done when transferring client from bed to wheelchair.senses becomes less accurate needs aid like eyeglasses.Symbol of skull or logo bonw . 5.Gogles .Tremors . . . .Arrange furnishing.Cap .Drowsiness .If it is expired 11.Masks . 7.Pale palm . .Apron .Remind patient of time. names of all kind. personal items for turns gray & change in textue . . confers & safety of client. 4.Handwashing 8. .Keep the bathroom dry at all times .Gown . Effective way to control the spread of infection. How would you know if the bottle contents are poisonous? . Physical changes related to aging. . date.cold clamy skin . Common signs that a diabetic client has low blood sugar.Encourage him to do as much function as possible.Use non-skid mats 10.Lock the wheels of wheelchair & the bed. hearing aid.Reflexes are slow . How could you help your client maintain his self-esteem & sense of independence? .Slippers 12. Prevent fall/slip in the bathroom? .If no date of expiration available .Make a dry cloth available .loss of skin elasticicity . Safety precautions to be observed when caring the client w/ diminidhed vision. Basic role to client w/ Alzheimer’s disease.3.Sweating . 9.Posture become more stalk 6.Gloves .Supervise closely don’t restrain the client . Protectibe devices for infection control? .Maintain a footlight during the night .fat becomes thin & more fragile .

1st comon sign of infection . .Seek medical assistance call emergency hotline ..Be a good listener.Ignore them & do your job well . Recommended diet for an elderly w/ heart disease . Respond to cancers patient who wish to die now? . decrease fat 19.Make client comfortable .Not relieved by rest (angina pectous) .Chest pain .Total caloric content . Typical sign of impending heart attack? .Stiffness muscle 14.Recommended fat.Allow client to release ventilate feeling . Most important consideration when preparing meals for diabetic client.diminished vision 13.Fever (such as 38 C) . . Why? Because silence is therapeutic 17.DOB .Advice client to take in usual medication 16.Sugar in the diet Posted by Ructhie at 8:16 AM No comments: Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: TESDA Exam .Calorie measures . low Na regular diet.Sugar content of the foods .Inform your head/supervisor 18.Increased Blood Pressure . Client has BP 150/100.Increased WBC/body malaise 15. How would you react when criticize by colleagues? .

Taking vital sign 2. Laundry (using the washing machine w/ spinner) 6. Ironing . Drying up the cloth (using the dryer) 7. Bed Making (Occupied Bed make-up) 7. Prepare snacks for children Project 2 – Assist Elderly & People w/ Special Needs in Meeting their Personal Needs Perform Proper Procedure & Techniques in: 1. Cleaning the comfort room (shower room & bath tub) 2.:) Project 1 – Provide Care & Suport to Infants/Toddlers & Children Perform Proper Procedure & Techniques in: 1. So. Perineal Care (w/ catheter. w/o catheter. Bathing of infant (Critical Aspect) 3. Transfering patient (from bed to wheelchair. Cleaning & Sterilizing the bottles 6. Bathing 4. Dishwashing using the dish washer 5. good luck to all of you my fellow Caregivers!. Dressing & Undressing 4. Some Assessors are strict some are not. Proper servicing 4. Preparing Meanl for elderly Project 3 – Perform Hhousekeeping Activities Perform Proper Procedure & Techniques in: 1. wheelchair to bed) back to bed) 8. Cleaning the living room (using the vacuum cleaner wet & dry & portable vacuum cleaner) 3. Shaving beard & mustache 3. Dressing the wound & fracture (splinting) 11. flushing) 6. Dressing & Undressing 5. Adult CPR 9. Feeding & burping 8. Milk formula formulation 7. Changing Infants diaper 5. CPR for infant (critical aspect) 9. The difficulty level of the TESDA exam depends mainly if you did not study well and not prepare to take the exam. Taking vital sign for infant 2. Choking for infant (Critical aspect) 10. Not necessarily that all of this will appear.Coverage of Exam Caregivers who are planning to take the TESDA exam needs to review on the following areas because this are all the possible topics that will appear on your exam. but you need to study in order to be ready on what the Assessor will tell you to conduct a demo or ask questions.