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Alignment
Body Mechanics
Brakes
Buddy Lifting
Call light
Gait Belt
Heels Up
Hoyer Lift
Reposition
Supine

Fall Prevention Bingo Cards

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Bingo Cards
Description

SAFE TRANSFERS
BODY MECHANICS
WET FLOOR SIGN
THROW RUGS
FIRE ALARMS
WHEELCHAIR BRAKES
OXYGEN SAFETY
CALL LIGHTS
CLUTTER
FLUIDS IN REACH
SHOWER CHAIR
ASSISTIVE DEVICE
POOR LIGHTING
GAIT BELTS
EXTENSION CORDS
REST BREAKS
ENERGY CONSERVATION
MEDICATION MANAGEMENT
VISION
REDUCE ANXIETY
ESCAPE PLAN
LIFE LINE
CELL PHONE
EXERCISE

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Safety At Work Word Search

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Wet Floor
Ice Alert
Safety Committee
Near Miss
Electrical Safety
Fire Safety
Needle Safety
Eye Wash
Hand Washing
Mechanical Lift
Body Mechanics
Gait Belt
Policies
Preparedness
Safety
Training

Chapter 14 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Moving a resident into a comfortable and complication reducing spot Positioning resident
Changing position Moving
Necessary every two hours Repositioning
Motionless and not capabling of moving freely Immobility
Showing lack of strength Weakness
confinement to bed continuously bedrest
Variation of supine positions Fowler's position
extreme sidelying position Sim's position
Lying on the abdomin Prone
Lying on the back Supine
To allow the patients feet to hang off the side of the bed, before transfer Dangle
To move from one place to another transfer
Noninjured side unaffected side
Injured side affected side
assisting an individual in the completion of a task by offering prompts cueing
the use of proper body movement in daily activities Body mechanics
the feeling of light -headedness Dizziness
A transfer belt gait belt
ability to walk from place to place independently with or without assistive device ambulation
A supportive walking device walker
A feeling accompanied by dizziness Unsteady
Ensuring safety by examing proper use Wheelchair safety

CNA Word Search

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Word Search
Description

ted hose
glasses
schedule
calender
bed
soaker pad
name tag
walkie
light duty
gait belt
tooth brush
vinegar
hearing aides
dentures
catheter
eye drops
nebulizer
water pitchers
draw sheet
scrubs
call light
nurse
medication
computer
report sheet
transfer
output
peri rags
water
marissa lift
ez stand
sween
residents
reflections
aloe vista
nursinghome

Crossword Puzzle Chapter 6

Type
Crossword
Description

Areas of body that bear much of its weight Pressure Point
Areas of the body where bone lies close to the skin Bony Prominences
Practices to keep bodies clean and healthy Hygiene
Practices to care for oneself Grooming
Wound resulting from skin breakdown Pressure Ulcer
Rubbing resulting from skin moving one way and bone remains fixed Shearing
Weakness of muscles in foot and ankle causing flexibility problems Foot Drop
Genital and Anal area Perineum
Placed under resident to assist with turning or repositioning Draw Sheet
Infestation of Lice Pediculosis
Weaker Side Affected
Obstruction of a blood vessel Embolism
Inhalation of foreign object into the lungs Aspiration
Artificial Teeth Dentures
Lying Flat on back Supine
Lying on either side Lateral
Lying on the stomach Prone
Semi-sitting Position Fowlers
Lying on left side with one leg drawn up Sims
Moving a resident without disturbing the alignment Logrolling
Sit on side of bed with legs hanging over Dangle
Safety device used to transfer or ambulate Gait belt

Wheels on the Bus Word Search

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Description

Air brake
air compressor
amber flasher
bolt
coolant
Diesel
driver
expressway
fan belt
field trip
hazzard light
head light
Leaf Spring
mechanic
mirror
oil
pupil
Radio
rim
road
Safety
School Bus
seat belt
stop arm
student
student stop
Tire
Tire thumper
window

Cycling Word Search

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Description

wheels
tyres
tube
ticket
stop
sprocket
spokes
signs
seat
safety
riding
reflectors
pump
pedals
mountain bike
lights
indicate
helmet
handle bars
gears
frame
cycling
corners
chain
accident
bearings
bike
bmx
brakes

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

Body Mechanics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the science of designing & arranging things to prevent injury ergonomics
Over use of one part part-abbreviated RMIs
A risk factor that increases the likelihood of inury Stress
A symptom of RMIs Paresthesia
One of the most common RMI- two words Carpal Tunnel
An example of normal activities done daily by nurses that may cause injuries Lifting
A best preventative practice to decrease injuries would be Exercising
You should avoid pressing this against the edge of the chair seat Knees
Increase your base of support by positing your feet this many inches Six
Back injuries account for what percent of all injuries and illnesses in the workplace Twenty
Back injuries cost the nation an estimated of how many dollars per year Millions
Many health professionals believe this decreases the amount of lower back injuries when worn Back belts
Opponents of using back belts believe they cause an increase in this-two words Blood pressure
The abbreviation for The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health NIOSH
A conservative treatment measure for injuries Ice
A RMI caused by repeated motion in a joint that inflames the tendon Tendonitis
When using a computer you should rest your eyes for this amount of time- two words Twenty minutes
A common problem that develops when working with computer screens Eyestrain
When lifting, what part of the body should be used Legs
When possible do this instead of lifting objects Sliding
This is commonly used for hand and wrist injuries and often custom molded by an occupational therapist Spliniting
This medication is often injected into inflamed joint Corticosteriod
Correct positioning of the body for a given task -(two words) Body Mechanics

mechanical lift Word Search

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Description

destination
safety
position
mass
boom
base
cradle
inspection
transfer
sling
hoyer
manual
electric
assist
lift
bath
buddy
belt
mechanical