Type
Crossword
Description

What is a risk factor for shoulder dystocia? Diabetes
Shoulder dystocia is the impaction of which fetal shoulder? anterior
What is an important intervention? teamwork
Each additional staff who respond should be assigned a _______________? role
Ensure _______________ of the circumstances and the steps taken by the healthcare team to manage the shoulder dystocia. Documentation
Activating the _________________ timer on the infant warmer can assist with timekeeping. Apgar
_________________________ may be used before, after, or in conjunction with suprapubic pressure mcroberts
What maneuver involves assisting the woman to hyperflex her thighs against her abdomen to facilitate delivery of the shoulder? mcroberts
What should the nurse identify before applying suprapubic pressure? fetal back
The nurse should apply firm pressure to the area around the __________ during suprpubic pressure? pubic bone
Positioning the pateint on all fours is what maneuver? gaskin
Maternal complications of shoulder dystocia include? postpartum hemorrhage
Neonatal complications of shoulder dystocia include? fetaldeath

Nursing Assistant Role and Responsibilities Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

_________all Foley Catheters each shift for more often if needed empty
_____ nursing assistant handoff report cards during report update
At 0600 and 1800 a nursing assistant should pass ice and _____ to each of their water
it is the nursing assistant _________ to take linen and equipment from rooms responsibility
call lights are to be ________ promptly even if you are charting or giving/getting report answered
it is the nursing assistants’ role to accurately ________ intake & output and record on I&O sheet measure
__________ the RN of abnormal vital signs immediately or requests for medications Report
a patient should receive a ______ daily or RN notified as to why it did not happen bath
the nursing assistant role at ______ is to remove the patients' INT, telemetry, obtain MRSA swab, and get a set of vital signs discharge
make sure that you _______ gowns and gloves for next shift stock
oral care on patients who are NPO should be performed at ____ am, two pm, seven pm, ten pm, two am, 7am ten
240 mls = how many ounces eight
The ongoing and off going NA is expected to give/get report at the ________ bedside
it is the nursing assistants' responsibility to make sure each patient is _______ for each meal setup
all _______ carts in room must be emptied at the end of each shift lined
oral care should be performed on each _______ shift
A beginning sign of a pressure injury is when the skin becomes ______ discolored
rounding should be done ________ to ensure patients are safe and needs are met hourly
report a co-worker verbally/physically abusing a patient _________ immediately
obtain a report from the RN at the __________ of each shift beginning
should be sticker placed on Foley catheter bags in appropriate place after performing Foley care orange
__________ vital signs at 10a, 4p, 10p, 4a, or as ordered by provider obtain
at 6a & 6p it is the nursing assistant responsibility to _____ each patient intake and output and give to RN add
________ hands in front of the patient before doing patient care sanitize
_______ care should be done each shift using the Foley care wipes catheter
a patient should be _______ q2hours to prevent skin breakdown and for comfort turned
if a patient becomes short of breath, the first thing you should do is _____ the head of the bed and notify the RN raise
Nursing assistants should _____ in assigned areas sit

The Total Health Care Team Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

position requires employee to have goo medical terminology and administrative skills admissions clerk
with addition training in the ophthalmic field medical assitant can become a COT
provides basic nursing care to patients in nursing and retirement homes CNA
lab tech who specializes in the formation,structure and function of cells cytologist
clerical and chairside assistant of dentists dental assistant
provides special training to perform dental services including radiology, apply meds and patient education dental hygientist
skilled in performing EKGs in clinic/hospital settings EKG Technician
also know n as a medical technologist works under the supervision of a pathologist Lab Technician
trained to work in physician offices on both th clinical and admin side CMA
professional nurse who completed a nursing program and passed examination RN
professional nurse with extensive training in labor and delivery Nurse Midwife
Registered nurse with a masters degree who works under the supervison of a physician Nurse practitioner
has basic nursing skills and commonly work in hospitals and nursing homes LPN
specialized training in nutritional management dietitian
has associate degree and works under the supervision of a Registered Occupational Therapist OTA
assist licensed pharmacist in preparing medications Pharmacy Technician
extensive training in drawing blood from veins phlebotomist
trained in certain aspects of the practice to provide assistance; under direct supervision of physician PA
training in radiology procedures; assist radiologist Xray Tech
performs routine clerical, communication and reception tasks in a hospital setting Unit Clerk

Newborn Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

a scoring system used to assess newborns at 1 and 5 minutes after birth APGAR
instruments with curved blades to fit around fetal head to assist with birth forceps
circular edema on infant's scalp from use of vacuum extractor during delivery chignon
emergency in which fetal head is delivered but shoulders are hung up shoulder dystocia
a large infant, often born to a diabetic mother macrosomic
condition caused by hypothermia in which infant's metabolic rate and respirations increase cold stress
bluish color of hands and feet caused by sluggish peripheral circulation acrocyanosis
a type of contact that aids in maintaining newborn's temperature and promotes bonding with mother skin to skin
the first stool of the newborn meconium
removal of secretions from mouth and nose to help clear airways suctioning
medication administered to assist in blood clotting of newborns vitamin K
a sign of respiratory distress observed between ribs or under sternum retractions
what the newborn needs if the APGAR score is 3 or less resuscitation
what the newborn needs if the APGAR score is 4 to 7 stimulation
preferred method of feeding infants breast
a medication that reverses side effects of narcotics naloxone
number of vessels umbilical cord should contain three
mother's first milk colostrum
administering this will help with respiratory efforts oxygen
obtaining the newborn's footprints is one way of doing this identification
what should be done to the newborn immediately after birth drying

Phlebotomy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Universal Precautions are regulated by OSHA
Potential error from filling tubes in the wrong order carryover
How often should glucose monitors have QC checks daily
Why would a collection tube loose vacuum expired
Type of safety inspection performed on equipment maintenance logs mechanical
Complication from removing the needle before the tourniquet hematoma
What is present in a urinalysis sample to indicate infection leukocytes
Complication from underfilling a Gray tube hemolysis
Position for CPR supine
Primary function of RBC's --transport... oxygen
Puncture of bone for a heel stick can cause osteochondritis
The anticoagulant found in the Lavender tube edta
Type of tube to use for Blood Cultures sps
Antiseptic agent used to clean the site for a Blood Culture chlorhexadine
When calculating blood volume, you need to know the pts. weight
Tube color used for blood typing red
Term for using sense of touch to locate a vein palpate
Lab Dept. that tests cholesterol, glucose, triglycerides, and proteins chemistry

Labor and Delivery Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Secreation of milk from the breast Lactation
The act of giving birth; childbirth Parturition
Shortening of the uterine muscles occurring at intervals before and during childbirth Contraction
The opening of cervix as it is pulled upward and fetus is pushed downward Dilation
Cervical thinning Effacement
The location of the presenting part of the fetus in the birth canal Station
The fluid-filled sac that contains and protects a fetus in the womb; membranes Amniotic Sac
The top portion of the uterus Fundus
The lower part of the uterus that dilates as labor progresses Cervix
A situation at childbirth where the fetus is in a longitudinal lie and the head enters the pelvis first Vertex
The fetus is in a longitudinal lie with the buttocks or feet closest to the cervix Breech
A synthetic form of oxytocin, used to induce labor Pitocin
A decrease in the fetal heart rate below the fetal baseline Deceleration
A surgical cut made at the opening of the vagina during childbirth Episiotomy
The procedure by which the amniotic sac is deliberately ruptured Amniotomy
The fluid surrounding a fetus Amniotic Fluid
The normal discharge from the uterus after childbirth Lochia
The sensation that a pregnant woman feels when the baby drops Lightening
Used to determine the position of a fetus inside the woman's uterus Leopolds Maneuver

Intrapartum and Postpartum Hemorrhage Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Arteries compressed by firm suprapubic pressure hypogastric
Term that means the placenta covers the cervical os previa
Administration of these factors may be required in DIC clotting
Delivery method necessary in cases of total placenta previa cesarean
Classic symptom associated with placental abruption pain
Synthetic oxytocin pitocin
Situation of decreased blood volume hypovolemia
Hormone secreted from the posterior pituitary oxytocin
Illicit drug used during pregnancy that is associated with abruption cocaine
Type of previa situation in which the placenta covers part of internal cervical os marginal
Condition involving both excessive clotting and bleeding DIC
A potentially life-threatening complication that can occur with excessive blood loss shock
Blood loss of greater than 500 mL after vaginal delivery hemorrhage
A treatment to replace blood loss transfusion
The most common cause of PPH is uterine ___ atony
Distention of this organ can cause PPH bladder
Failure of the uterus to return to its normal size and condition after birth subinvolution
During PPH the nurse may notice very large ___ clots
Forceful pulling on the uterus may result in this inversion
A soft uterus feels ___ boggy
In order to determine the amount of blood loss the nurse should ___ the pads weigh
It is important with PPH to massage this fundus

First Aid Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Always wear your _______________ when you ride in a car. seatbelt
An antiseptic (or antibiotic) cream or spray helps prevent ____________ from causing an infection in a cut or scrape. germs
Only call 911 in a true ___________ , never as a joke. emergency
To prevent sunburn, you should wear _____________ , protective clothing, and a hat. sunscreen
When you ride your bicycle or scooter, always wear a ____________ . helmet
It is not a good idea to go hiking by yourself. You should go with a _________, and make sure to bring all the supplies you will need. buddy
In case of an emergency, notify an _________ immediately, and if there is none available, call 911. adult
Gently wash a minor cut or scrape with soap and ________ . water
A cut or scrape that doesn't stop bleeding after _____ minutes of applying pressure may need further medical attention. ten
A cut or scrape may be ________ if it is getting more red, painful, warm, swollen, or has green, yellow or creamy drainage. infected
After cleaning a minor cut or scrape, apply a ___________ , and change it daily until the wound heals. bandage
Apply a _________ cloth or ________ water to a burn, and do not pop any blisters that form. cool
Never go swimming unless a _____________ or other adult is watching you. lifeguard
The Heimlich maneuver can be used on someone who is ____________ . choking
CPR should only be started if the person is unresponsive, not breathing, and has no __________ . pulse
For a joint sprain or strain, try RICE - rest, ______ , compression and elevation. ice

Hair removal Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is always performed before any hair removal service? Consultation
Excessive growth or cover of hair Hirsutism
Electric current that destroys the growth cells of the hair Electrolysis
Also known as Intense pulsed light Photoepilation
A substance used for temporary removal of superfluous hair by dissolving it at the skins surface. Depilatory
Also known as banding Threading
Temporary hair removal for sensitive skin Sugaring
What kind of waxing technique requires the removal of all the hair from the front and back of the bikini area Brazilian
Using tweezers to remove hairs Tweezing
Never double ________ Dip
Clients with this condition can experience severe inflammation. Rosacea
How long should hair be to wax 1/4 inch
The most common form of temporary hair removal is ______ Shaving
This is thicker, does not require fabric strip Cold wax
These should be worn to prevent contact with bloodborne pathogens Gloves
This is the type of applicator used for waxing Wooden spatula
This is used with soft wax to remove the hair and wax Fabric strip
What should be applied immediately after the rip Pressure
You should always test this before applying wax to client Temperature
The natural arch of the eyebrow follows the _______ bone Orbital

Pressure Ulcer Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

_____________ and repositioning residents is important. TURNING
Keeping a residents skin clean and _______ helps prevent pressure ulcers. DRY
______ must be evaluated and updated often when a resident has a pressure ulcer. CAREPLANS
It is important to protect the skin from______. MOISTURE
Preventing weight ____ is important. LOSS
The elderly may be at a greater risk due to the changes in the skin related to AGING
_____ puts a resident at risk. INCONTINENCE
Pressure ulcers can be very painful for a ______. RESIDENT
A pressure ______ is any lesion caused by a constant pressure that harms the tissue underneath the skin. ULCER
A resident being unable to _____ themselves puts him/her at risk. REPOSITION
If a resident has had a pressure ulcer before, he/she is more at ______ for getting another one. RISK
Skin _____ should be done every time the resident gets a shower. CHECKS
_____ is the force that occurs when the skin sticks to a surface and the body slides. SHEAR
Encouraging a resident to eat/drink at _______ can help prevent weight loss. MEALTIMES
Getting enough ______ and protein is very important. FLUIDS
Food _____ records are important for the dietitian/nurses to know when a resident is not eating. INTAKE
As a care_____, you must report to the nurse when residents have a change in their skin. GIVER
Pressure _____ are those areas where bones cause force on the skin and squeezes them against an outside force. POINTS

LABOR and BIRTH Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A small incision to prevent tearing EPISIOTOMY
After the baby is born, contractions continue causing the placenta to seperate from the . UTERUS
Passage of the mucus from the the cervix is sometimes referred to as "the show" plug
Refers to the cervix stretching and expanding. DILATION
The liquid when your "water breaks" is . AMNIOTIC FLUID
An incision made in the mother's lower abdomen for delivery is . CESAREAN SECTION
Refers to a baby's positioned with feet, buttocks, or shoulders first. BREECH
A fetal records the strength and duration of contractions. MONITOR
The baby dropping lower in the pelvis. LIGHTENING
Refers to the time the baby's head is first seen. CROWNING
This is expelled in the last stage of labor. PLACENTA
The tightening and releasing of the mucles in the uterus is . CONTRACTIONS
A premature baby is usually place in an to control underdevolped body systems. INCUBATOR
This assesment is used for rating newborn's physical condition. APGAR SCALE
The thick, pasty substance that protects from over exposure to the amniotic fliud. VERNIX
Spots where the bones have not yet fused together are . FONTANELS
The fine hair that grows on on newborn's forehead, back, and shoulders is . LANUGO
These cells are capable of producing all types blood cells. STEMCELLS