Dehydration can be seen clinically by: Resident reports of how much he has had to drink Dark urine, sunken eyes, and constipation Light urine and…

Dehydration can be seen clinically by:
Resident reports of how much he has had to drink
Dark urine, sunken eyes, and constipation
Light urine and diarrhea
Blood pressure changes
22. At 120 degrees, a resident can burn in:
1 minute
2 minutes
5 minutes
This is a safe temperature for bathing
23. According to the research findings reported in this course, which of the following outcomes might occur from the regular application of hand massage?
Reduction of yelling out (verbal agitation)
Staff may find it easier to assist with personal care
Improved sleep
All of the above
24. The recommended level for bath water with ADRD residents is:
3 inches
5 inches
7 inches
Waist-high
25. Activities for residents with ADRD should be:
Scheduled at the same time every day
Primarily individual activities due to different skill levels
Non-repetitive
Aimed at one sensory modality at a time
 
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