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Quiz Instructions:

Answer each question to the best of your ability. One point is awarded for each question answered correctly. A 80% grade is required to be checked off.

Select All That Apply

1. Of the five types of continence products shown in the video pick the four that are used at Faser Manor.
2. Select which continence products need to be folded before putting on a resident.
3. When should a continence product be changed? Check all that apply.
4. Where are continence products found in a residents room? (Select all that are correct.)

Matching

5. Match the continence product with its intended use.
Light/Insert Pads (Women/Men)
Medium to heavy urinary incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence. Good for patients with dementia.

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Stress and light urinary incontinence.

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Shaped/Anatomical Pads
Medium to heavy urinary incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence. Good for patients with dementia.

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Stress and light urinary incontinence.

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All-In-One/Combi Pads
Medium to heavy urinary incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence. Good for patients with dementia.

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Stress and light urinary incontinence.

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Pull-Up Underwear
Medium to heavy urinary incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence.

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Medium to heavy urinary incontinence and any faecal incontinence. Good for patients with dementia.

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Stress and light urinary incontinence.

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True/False

6. True or false? It is fine to use a sanitary napkin as a pad for light urinary incontinence.
7. True or false. Continence products can only be applied if the person is standing.
8. True or false. Most continence products have a wetness indicator on them that shows the fullness of a product.

Choose the Correct Answer

9. Why is it not a good idea to use creams or powders in conjunction with a continence product?
10. What type of underwear should be worn with a light pad? (This is for men and women.)
11. Mesh briefs (a.k.a. net pants) are to be used with what type of continence product?
12. Can continence products cause allergic reactions?
13. Which way do you fold a pad before putting on a resident?
14. Can a used continence product be put back on after toileting?
15. What is the correct way to dispose of a used continence product?
16. What is a disposable under pad?

Put in the Correct Order

Click and drag the answers to place in the correct order. 
Each question is worth 5 points. Partial points are given for some correct answers.
17. Click and drag the list below to put each step in the correct order for putting a resident in mesh briefs and a shaped/anatomical pad.
  • Put the mesh briefs on the resident pulling them all the way up.
  • Pull the mesh briefs up to hold the pad in place.
  • Confirm the pad is positioned correctly.
  • Slide the pad in between the resident's legs, front to back, keeping it folded in half.
  • Once in place flatten the pad some to form to the resident's body.
  • Pull the mesh briefs down part way to turn them inside out.
  • Gather the correct size mesh briefs and the correct shaped/anatomical pad.
  • Remove gloves and perform hand hygiene.
  • Fold the shaped/anatomical pad in on itself long ways.
18. If a resident is out of continence products in their room what is the process to get more product? (Click and drag to arrange the steps, bellow, in the correct order.)
  • Borrow the keys to the continence product cupboard from the senior in charge.
  • Speak to the senior in charge, giving the name and reason more product is required.
  • Return the keys to the senior in charge and attend to the resident.
  • Shut and lock the cupboard. Close and latch the sluice room door.
  • Unlock the cupboard, retrieve the correct product, and sign it out of the book.
  • Go to the continence product cupboard in the Kingfisher sluice room.