CNA Hand Washing Process for Skills Test

Hand washing is one very important aspect of CNA skills, as it helps in controlling and spreading any infection to the resident as well as the nurse aide.

Below is the procedure of handwashing for CNA skills test.

  • Before applying soap you must get your hands and wrists wet and provide proper friction of at least twenty seconds.
  • Clean your hands between fingers, nails, wrists and cuticles; separate them and rinse thoroughly.
  • Turn off tap using a paper towel and discard that towel into a bin. Use another paper towel to dry your hands completely.


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