Diabetes Management Training

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10 Questions - Developed by: Stephanie Alston RN, BS, CDE - Developed on: - 2.669 taken

Accurate technique for blood glucose monitoring,

  • 1
    You may use an expired test strip.
  • 2
    Hand washing is a critical step that should be performed before testing and after testing
    Hand washing is a critical step that should be performed before testing and after testing
  • 3
    You may reuse the same lancet more than once.
  • 4
    Squeeze finger stick puncture site vigorously to obtain blood sample.
    Squeeze finger stick puncture site vigorously to obtain blood sample.
  • 5
    The appropriate finger stick puncture site should be cleansed with warm soap and water and an alcohol wipe.
    The appropriate finger stick puncture site should be cleansed with warm soap and water and an alcohol wipe.
  • 6
    The appropriate finger stick puncture site is the tip and bed of the finger.
  • 7
    The nurse may dispose of the used lancet in the garbage at the bedside.
  • 8
    The nurse should always check patient ID tag before performing blood glucose testing
  • 9
    The five rights include the right medication, the right patient, the right dose, right time and the right route.
    The five rights include the right medication, the right patient, the right dose, right time and the right route.
  • 10
    Review signs and symptoms of Hypoglycemia with your patient and place call bell within reach after obtaining blood glucose level.
    Review signs and symptoms of Hypoglycemia with your patient and place call bell within reach after obtaining blood glucose level.

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