What is a Certified Nursing Assistant?
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Host Question: What is a certified nursing assistant? I know that’s a big broad question, but the a high level overview of what that actually means.
Guest Answer: Certified nurse’s assistant is a professional who’s been trained to help nurses with taking care of their patients.
A lot of the things that CNAs do is direct personal care. Helping people get dressed or take a shower, or use the toilet, or walk, things along those lines. Sometimes CNAs can be trained to do other tasks as well by the nurses that they work under.
Guest Answer: A CNA is someone who helps the patients and deals with like the direct healthcare needs and you assist nurses, in the physical and complex tasks, you are constantly taking care of them, whether you’re showering them, bathing them, feeding them, you’re just basically helping and them do everyday things.
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