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The two types of restraint are:
a) physical and chemical
b) wrist and ankle
c) vest and mitten
d) pelvic and vest

Restraints are used:
a) Only to protect resident during treatment and to prevent injury to self and others
b) To prevent resident from getting out of bed
c) To prevent falls
d) To prevent resident from getting out of wheel chair

A resident on restraint should be checked:
a) Every 2 hour
b) Every hour
c) Every 30 mins
d) Every 15 mins

Before a restraint is used, an order should be written by:
a) The Physician
b) The Charge Nurse
c) The Director of Nursing
d) The Administrator

Restraints should be removed and resident repositioned
a) Every 2 hours
b) Every hour
c) Every 3 hours
d) Every 4 hours

The most serious negative effect of restraint use is:
a) Loss of self-esteem
b) Loss of independence
c) Stress and anxiety
d) Death

Prior to using restraint(s) who should give consent?
a) The Charge Nurse
b) The Phyician
c) The Resident
d) The Nurse Aide

Wrist restraints are used when:
a) To keep limbs imobilized
b) To prevent falls
c) To prevent resident from getting out of bed
d) To prevent sliding out of bed

Benadryl is an example of what?
a) chemical restraint
b) physical restraint

Mittens are an example of what
a) Physical restraint
b) Chemical restraint

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