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Psychiatric Nursing NCLEX Questions and Answers (Q&A)

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Answered: Jul 12, 2020
Client’s safety needs

The highest priority for a client who has ingested PCP is meeting safety needs of the client as well as the staff. Drug effects are unpredictable and prolonged. and...Read More

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A rigid posture. restlessness. and glaring

Behavioral clues that suggest the potential for violence includes: a rigid posture. restlessness. glaring. a change in usual behavior. clenched...Read More

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Identify anxiety-causing situations

Bulimic behavior is generally a maladaptive coping response to stress and underlying issues. The client must identify anxiety-causing situations that...Read More

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€I know I’ve been arrested three times for drinking and driving. but the police are just trying to hassle me.”

According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders....Read More

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The child doesn’t cry when the shoulder is examined

A characteristic behavior of abused children is the lack of crying when they undergo a painful procedure or are examined by a health...Read More

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Aftershave lotion

Disulfiram may be given to clients with chronic alcohol abuse who wish to curb impulse drinking. Disulfiram works by blocking the oxidation of alcohol. inhibiting the...Read More

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Accept responsibility for own behaviors

Children with oppositional defiant disorder frequently violate the rights of others. They are defiant. disobedient. and blame others for their...Read More

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Seizures

Seizures are the most common serious adverse effect of using flumazenil to reverse benzodiazepine overdose. The effect is magnified if the client has a combined tricyclic...Read More

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Answered: Jul 12, 2020
Agnosia

This is the inability to recognize objects.Option A: Apraxia is the inability to execute motor activities despite intact comprehension.Option B: Aphasia is the loss of ability to...Read More

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The injury isn’t consistent with the history or the child’s age

When the childs injuries are inconsistent with the history given or impossible because of the childs age and...Read More

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Answered: Jul 12, 2020
They tend to overprotect their children

Clients with anorexia nervosa typically come from a family with parents who are controlling and overprotective. These clients use eating to gain...Read More

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Answered: Jul 12, 2020
Changes in vegetative signs.

Vegetative signs such as insomnia. anorexia. psychomotor retardation. constipation. diminished libido. and poor concentration are biological responses to...Read More

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Answered: Jul 12, 2020
Nifedipine and Esmolol

This client requires a vasodilator. such as nifedipine. to treat hypertension. and a beta-adrenergic blocker. such as esmolol. to reduce the heart rate.Options A and...Read More

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€You told me you got fired from your last job for missing too many days after taking drugs all night.”

Confronting the client with the consequences of substance abuse helps to break...Read More

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Answered: Jul 12, 2020
I know it’s important for you to feel in control. but I’ll monitor you for 90 minutes after you eat.”

This response acknowledges that the client is testing limits...Read More

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