Measuring Weight and Height Test #21 Measuring Weight and Height Test Name* First Last Email* Location* Grand Rapids Saginaw St. Louis Check the box for the correct answer.1. It is important to measure the client’s weight accurately because weight changes cam indicate nutritional or medical problems* True False 2. You should weight the client at a different time of day each time.* True False 3. If a client cannot stand unassisted, how can he or she be weighted?* With a mechanical lift scale By putting a bathroom scale under the client in bed The client should not be weighed All of the above 4. The metric system uses what measures for weight.* Pounds Ounces Meters Kilograms 5. Any weight gain or loss must be reported to your supervisor.* True False 6. It is often easiest in measure client’s height.* Lying down Standing in a doorway Sitting On a sofa 7. How should you measure clients who are stooped or have contractures?* Only in centimeters In segments When they are asleep First thing in the morning 8. Clients who cannot stand must be measured while sitting.* True False 9. You need to measure Mrs. Walden’s height, but she cannot stand and is confined to bed. What must you do to obtain an accurate measurement of her height?* Have her assume the fetal position Take her measurements in three segments Measure from her head to her shoulder and her shoulder to her heel, then add the two together Mark the bedsheet at her head and heel and measure the distance between the two marks 10. Which measurement has to be checked regularly because it fluctuates and can give an indication of a changed medical condition?* Height Weight Both Neither EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.