1 / 10
Most workplace injuries suffered by Nursing Assistants are the result of lifting, pulling, pushing, holding, carrying, and turning clients.
2 / 10
Smoking and being overweight increase your risk of suffering a back injury.
3 / 10
Understanding and using good body mechanics can prevent most injuries.
4 / 10
It's best to tighten your abdominal muscles and hold your breath during transfers.
5 / 10
A client who cannot bear weight or sit unsupported should transfer with...
6 / 10
All mechanical lifts are the same. If you can work one - you can work them all.
7 / 10
To move a client up in bed alone, all these conditions should be met, EXCEPT:
8 / 10
A "No Lift" policy means you have to leave your client in bed all day.
9 / 10
Regular exercise, stretching, and good posture can help protect you from a serious back injury.
10 / 10
Pull in your ________ muscles and tighten your ________ at the same time to creat a muscle "girdle" that supports your lower back
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