208-947-4020 539 S. Fitness Plaza, Suite 100 | Eagle, ID 83616
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Assisting Diabetic Clients

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Test - Assiting Diabetic Clients

  1. The State of Idaho has regulations that help safeguard clients and caregivers, including rules about any care that involves piercing the skin. These rules allow:
    • True
      False
    • True
      False
    • True
      False
  2. It is important to throw the used syringe into the watebasket immediately after putting the cap back on the needle, so no one will get stuck by the needle.
    This statement is false in 2 areas. What are they?
  3. Diabetics' skin more easily gets rashes and opens up into sores when it is sweaty, damp and in an area not open to the air. What 3 areas of his/her body does a diabetic especially need to check or ask someone else to check to prevent sores?
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