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Vocab Physical Symptoms of Death Caring for the Dying Grieving Process Potpourri
100
What is hallucination
Seeing or hearing things that aren't really there
100
What is pale, moist, cool, dusky blue, mottled
Describe the skin as death approaches.
100
What is emotional
CNAs should focus on physical needs and providing comfort and ___________ support.
100
What is denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
List the 5 stages of grief.
100
What is hospital, care facility, home
Hospice care can take place where
200
What is delusion
False belief. Ex: believing you're the Pope
200
What is rapid, weak, thready, difficult to find
Describe the a person's pulse as they are dying
200
What is listening
Residents may be afraid of dying. __________ to their concerns is very important.
200
What is God I swear I'll never....
Give an example statement from the bargaining phase.
200
What is 2 and 6
Rigor mortis (stiff muscles after death) sets in between __ and __ hours after death
300
What is PTSD or post traumatic stress disorder
Disorder in some people after experiencing a shocking or scary event
300
What is false
T or F: blood pressure increases before death
300
What is touch
The sense of _____ can be reassuring and loving to a dying resident. Ex: holding their hand
300
What is false
T or F: Everyone grieves in exactly the same way and on the same timeline.
300
What is true
T or F: a CNA may need to grieve after the passing of a resident
400
What is Validating Therapy
Caregiver accepts the values/beliefs of a dementia resident
400
What is unfocused, not responding to light
Describe the eyes as death approaches
400
What is true
T or F: we should support family members by allowing them to be involved in care.
400
What is shock, denial, anger, guilt, regret, relief, sadness, loneliness
List 3 of the 8 reactions people may respond to the death of a loved one with.
400
What is no life saving measures
A resident may have a no code directive. This means....
500
What is Reality Orientation
Helping residents be aware of time, place and person
500
What is True
T or F: the lower jaw relaxes and the mouth may open
500
What is hearing
The last sense to leave the body is _____
500
What is true
T or F: dying people don't necessarily go through all 5 stages of grief.
500
What is false
T or F: a dying resident should be isolated in their room.




CNA Unit 10

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