Call the supervisor and report Angelina.
Confront Angelina, saying that she feels she is intoxicated, and relieve her of her nursing duties immediately.
Ignore the situation.
Give Angelina a lecture about substance abuse and do nothing else.
To observe the type and amount of nasogastric tube drainage
Monitor the client for nausea or other complications
Irrigate the nasogastric tube with the ordered irrigant
Perform nostril and mouth care
A referral is needed to the psychiatrist who is to provide the client with answers
The client has a right to know about the prescribed medications
Such education is an independent decision of the individual nurse whether or not to teach clients about their medications
Clients with schizophrenia are at a higher risk of psychosocial complications when they know about their medication side effects
"I am sorry. Referral information can only be provided by the client’s providers"
"I can never give any information out by telephone. How do I know who you are?"
"Since this is a referral, I can give you this information"
"I need to get the client’s written consent before I release any information to you"
"I must document and report any important information."
"I can’t make such a promise."
"That depends on what you tell me."
"I must report everything to the treatment team."