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Communicate expected behaviors to the client
Enforce rules and inform the client the he or she will not be allowed to attend group therapy sessions.
Ensure that the client knows that he or she is not in charge of the nursing unit
Be clear with the client regarding the consequences of exceeding limits set regarding behavior.
Assist the client in testing out alternative behaviors for obtaining needs
Remain with the client
Put the client in a quiet room
Teach the client deep breathing
Encourage the client to talk about their feelings and concern.
Continued contact with a crisis counselor
Identifying anxiety-producing situations
Ignoring feelings of anxiety
Eliminating all anxiety from daily situations
Hypertension. changes in LOC. hallucinations
Hypotension. ataxia. hunger
Stupor. agitation. muscular rigidity
Hypotension. coarse hand tremors. agitation
“I agree with you. You should get out of this situation.”
“What do you find difficult about this situation?”
“Why don’t you tell your husband about this?”
“This is not the best time to make that decision.”
“My attendance at the meetings has helped me to see that I provoke my husband’s violence.”
“I no longer feel that I deserve the beatings my husband inflicts on me.”
“I can tolerate my husband’s destructive behavior now that I know they are common with alcoholics.”
“I enjoy attending the meetings because they get me out of the house and away from my husband.”
“I know I’m ready to be discharged. I feel I can say ‘no’ and leave a group of friends if they are drinking… ‘No Problem.’”
“This group has really helped a lot. I know it will be different when I go home. But I’m sure that my family and friends will all help me like the people in this group have… They’ll all help me… I know they will… They won’t let me go back to my old ways.”
“I’m looking forward to leaving here. I know that I will miss all of you. So. I’m happy and I’m sad. I’m excited and I’m scared. I know that I have to work hard to be strong and that everyone isn’t going to be as helpful as you people.”
“I’ll keep all my appointments; go to all my AA groups; I’ll do everything I’m supposed to… Nothing will go wrong that way.”
Restrain the client until the physician can be reached
Call security to block all areas
Tell the client that the client cannot return to this hospital again if the client leaves now.
Call the nursing supervisor.
Monitor vital signs
Provide stimulation in the environment
Maintain NPO status
Provide reality orientation as appropriate
Address hallucinations therapeutically
Encourage the client to verbalize the experience
Assist the client in defining the experience
Work with the client to take steps to move on with his life
Help the client accept positive and negative feelings
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