Caregiver Prometric Sample Questions Part 1 (English)


Caregiver Prometric Sample Questions (Part 1)

1. What is appropriate in changing clothes for physically handicapped user?
a. Wearing on clothes from the good side to the bad side
b. For left hemiplegic user, putting on clothes from right side
c. Taking off clothes from the good side followed by the bad side
d. For right hemiplegic user, taking off clothes from the right side

2. What is the proper way to communicate with the user?
a. Use hand gesture for the user to understand
b. Say it in a very loud voice so he can hear you clearly.
c. Always laugh at the user even if you do not understand.
d. Listen to the user and observe his/her facial expressions.

3. Which of the following conditions refers to the damage of the optic nerve of the eye. It is often caused by an abnormally high pressure in the eye?
a. Diabetic Retinopathy
b. Dry Eye Syndrome
c. Glaucoma
d. Cataract

4. What is appropriate in bathing assistance?
a. Check the user’s vital before taking a bath.
b. Entering the bathtub form the affected side for hemiplegic user.
c. Opening windows and door curtain while taking a bath to let the fresh air in.
d. Asking the user to check the water’s temperature first, and at then by the caregiver.

5. Which of the following is NOT true in Aphasia?
a. Aphasia is a communication disorder.
b. It refers to problems in swallowing certain foods and liquids.
c. A person with aphasia can have trouble speaking, reading, writing, and understanding language.
d. It is a disorder that results from damage to portions of the brain that are responsible for language. It interferes with one’s verbal communication, written communication, or both.

6. Which of the following conditions is characterized as a PICA disorder?
a. The bowel movements are tough or happen less often than normal.
b. There is an impaired ability to remember, think or make decisions that interferes with doing everyday activities.
c. It is a disorder characterized by low eight, food restriction, fear of gaining weight and a strong desire to be thin.
d. Eating substance that are non-nutritive such as hair or feces, dirt, paper, paint etc., and swallows or ingests items that do not have any nutritional value.

7. Which of the following statements is NOT correct about CPR?
a. It is recommended to those who are unresponsive without pulse or heartbeat.
b. It is a procedure used to help a choking person who is conscious and unable to talk.
c. It is an emergency life-saving procedure performed when the heart stops beating.
d. It is performed by applying 30 chest compressions, opening the persons using the head-tilt, chin-lift maneuver.

8. What is a disease that forms a dense and cloudy are in the lens of the eye which is common to the elderly people?
a. Cataract
b. Dementia
c. Glaucoma
d. Prostatitis

9. What is true about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs?
a. Self-esteem includes the need for water, food, breathing, and homeostasis.
b. The basic physiological needs include the full use of talents, capabilities, and potentialities.
c. Love and belonging are needed to avoid problems such as sadness, depression and anxiety.
d. Financial security, safety against accidents and injury, health and wellness, finding a job, and having a house that can withstand storm all belongs to self-actualization.

10. What is the function of the kidney?
a. It breaks down food chemically and mechanically.
b. It serves as the body’s temporary storage or tank of urine.
c. It is the muscle that pumps the blood received from the veins into the arteries throughout the body.
d. It filters unnecessary things in the blood, removes wastes, controls the body’s fluid balance, and passes waste as urine.

11. How can we assist a user or patient with difficulty in swallowing?
a. By allowing them to watch and play during mealtimes.
b. By locating the food with the use of Clock Reference System or clock position method.
c. By paying attention to the patient’s posture, and by standing while assisting him/her.
d. By pasting or softening the food or by serving the food with thicker gravies or sauces in order to add moisture and minimize choking.

12. What is the appropriate way of supporting or assisting a right hemiplegic patient while putting on or changing clothes?
a. Give the patient a full support.
b. Tell the patient to put on clothes by himself or herself.
c. When putting off clothes, put first the right side through the sleeve.
d. When putting on clothes, start with the affected side followed by the unaffected side.

13. Which of the following can easily cause aspiration to patients with difficulty in swallowing?
a. Jelly
b. Miso soup
c. Porridge
d. Plain yoghurt

14. In assisting the user from bed to wheelchair, which of the following is NOT correct?
a. Confirm the user’s physical condition.
b. Place the wheelchair beside the unaffected side of the user and activate the brake.
c. Adjust the height of the bed so the user can sit on the edge of the bed with legs down.
d. Make the user hold the wheelchair’s armrest on the far side using the hand of the affected side.

15. Choose the one that is NOT appropriate in bathing assistance.
a. Give liquids to the user after taking a bath.
b. Consider the feeling of embarrassment of the user.
c. Avoid taking a bath one hour before and after meals.
e. Reduce the temperature difference between the dressing room and the bathroom.

16. Which of the following is NOT correct in assisting user in a wheelchair?
a. Confirm the user’s physical condition.
b. Place the user’s feet on the footplates.
c. Make sure that the hand of the user should be on the driving wheels.
d. Deactivate the brake and tell the user that the wheelchair will be moving, then start pushing it.

17. The following are types of abuse EXCEPT
a. Leaving the person in need of nursing care (neglect)
b. Obtaining economic benefits from the user.
c. Administering excessive psychotropic medication.
d. Speaking foul words that will cause psychological trauma to the user.

18. The following are the adverse effects of physical restraint EXCEPT.
a. Discomfort or pain.
b. Decrease in physical function and muscle atrophy.
c. Weakening of the user’s muscles due to restriction from walking in order to prevent falls.
d. An increase in physical abilities and decrease in the user’s symptoms of dementia.

19. Which of the following is NOT correct about oral care?
a. Keeping the mouth clean to eliminate bad breath.
b. Removing denture from upper jaw to lower jaw.
c. Preventing aspiration pneumonia through oral hygiene.
d. Putting the dentures starting with the upper jaw followed by the lower jaw.

20. Which of the following is not an example of physical restraint?
a. Hurting the user physically.
b. Locking the door to keep the user inside.
c. Administering excessive psychotropic medication.
d. Restricting movements by tying the user’s body, hands and feet.

1. c 11. d
2. d 12. d
3. c 13. b
4. a 14. d
5. b 15. a
6. d 16. c
7. b 17. c
8. a 18. d
9. c 19. b
10. d 20. a

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