"Does he put everything in his mouth?"
"Does he say 'No!' to everything you say?"
"Does he like to dress up and pretend to be his father?"
"Does he seem jealous when you show affection to his father?"
At. "My life has been wasted."
"My children no longer visit me. I am just waiting to die."
"I was a good nurse when I was younger, but now I am nothing."
"I have a good life and I still enjoy it, but I feel ready to go when it is time."
Recognition of object permanence.
Understanding of basic rules.
Ability to understand abstract concepts.
Imitation of others' actions.
Introduce self and explain the purpose and the plan for the relationship.
Describe the nurse's family and ask the . client to describe his/her family?
Wait until the client indicates a readiness to establish a relationship.
Ask the client why s/he was brought to the hospital.
Assign someone to watch Mr. Padron. until he is calmer.
Ask Mr. Padron to sit down and orient him to the nurse's name and the need for information.
Check Mr. P.adron's vital signs, ask him about allergies, and call the physician for sedation.
Explain the importance of accurate assessment data to Mr. Padron.
What type of drug was taken, along with medications, if any.
When was the drug taken to determine elimination of the drug
How the drug can be neutralized by medication quickly
Whether the client is a chroninc drug-addicted person
Psychotic dysfunctional disorders
Anxiety dysfunctional disorders
Mood dysfunctional disorders
Somatoform dysfunctional disorders