They tend to overprotect their children B. The following sample questions are similar to those on the examination but do not represent the full range of content or levels of difficulty. Providing one-on-one supervision during meals and for one 1 hour afterward Because the client with anorexia nervosa may discard food or induce vomiting in the bathroom, the nurse should provide one-on-one supervision during meals and for 1 hour afterward. A A calm expression means that the patient is experiencing low levels of anxiety B Patients respond more consistently to therapeutic touch than to verbal interventions C The meaning of nonverbal behaviors varies with cultural and individual differences D Eye contact is a reliable measure of the patient's degree of attentiveness and engagement A nurse stops in to interview a patient on a medical unit and finds the patient lying supine in her bed with the head elevated at 10 degrees. To reverse this problem, the physician is most likely to prescribe an infusion of nitroglycerin to dilate the coronary arteries. Preference molesters: Non-incestuous paedophiles who will normally only become sexually aroused by sexually immature children. Members are encouraged to identify and gratify each other's social-emotional needs c.
This hormone tells the adrenal glands, found at the top of your kidneys, to increase their production of hormones. Whenever she goes out of home, she hides her face with a cloth. Let the client choose her own food. Sharing your problems with others can help you deal with stress by letting you know you're not alone. When evaluating this client for the potential for violence, nurse Perry should assess for which behavioral clues? Prolactin: A hormone from the pituitary gland stimulating milk production after childbirth.
Which factors are most essential for the nurse to assess when providing crisis intervention foe a client? D Mental illness is evaluated solely by considering individual control over behavior and appraisal of reality A nursing student new to psychiatric mental health nursing asks a peer what resources he can use to figure out which symptoms are present in a specific psychiatric disorder. Decreased need for sleep 3. Reversible cause of dementia a Post encephalitis b Multi infarct c Hydrocephalus d Senile dementia Ans:a 86. Because of the absence of body fat necessary for proper hormone production, amenorrhea is common in a client with anorexia nervosa. Sexual dysfunction : A disturbance in the processes that characterize the sexual response cycle or by pain associated with intercourse Incorrect. A person initially presenting with an episode of mania is classified as: A. Smith dies at age 82.
Tease technique: A direct treatment method designed to deal with symptoms of erectile dysfunction or male and female orgasmic disorder which involves the partner caressing the client's genitals, but stopping when the client becomes aroused e. The child pulls away from contact with the physician. What phenomenon is occurring here, which response by Jane would most benefit her and the patient? The website suggests that this test contains 17 questions, and all of those questions concern feelings or experiences people may have dealt with at some point during their daily life. Not occur at all because the time period for their occurrence has passed C. Checking the client frequently but at irregular intervals prevents the client from predicting when observation will take place and altering behavior in a misleading way at these times. A passing scaled score on both tests is 450. On reaching home he was frightened and he felt that the neighbors were using radio waves to control his mind.
The most appropriate initial goal for a client diagnosed with bulimia is to: A. Before initiating therapy with disulfiram Antabuse , the nurse teaches the client that he must read labels carefully on which of the following products? As an inpatient, she frequently comments on how hard her nurse, Jane, works and on how other staff members do not seem to care as much about their patients as Jane does. Which factor is least important in the decision regarding whether a victim of family violence can safely remain in the home? This test could help doctors to provide those needed therapies. If withdrawal symptoms remain untreated, seizures may arise later. Gender identity disorder: A sexual disorder where an individual is dissatisfied with their own biological sex and has a strong desire to be a member of the opposite sex Incorrect.
They maintain emotional distance from their children D. In most cases, clinicians use several different tests to help their patients. Psychodynamic Approaches: Theories which assume that unconscious conflicts develop early in life, and part of the therapy is designed to identify life events that may have caused these unconscious conflicts. Julio is a 31-year-old patient who comes to your mental health outpatient clinic. A male client who reportedly consumes one 1 qt of vodka daily is admitted for alcohol detoxification. Emotions Anonymous is a support group for people experiencing depression, anxiety, or similar conditions.
I look so fat and ugly. She donates money and property and talks about God. It is designed to screen for symptoms of bipolar disorder in people with are 18 or older. Which nursing response is most therapeutic? Medical Model: An explanation psychopathology in terms of underlying biological or medical causes. There are 20 questions on the test, all relating to how someone feels and the depression symptoms the person might be experiencing. Self-instructional training: A technique that has been used across a range of psychopathologies in order to establish adaptive behaviour patterns where the client is taught to provide appropriate self-instructions for behaviour. F If the patient is prone to wandering away, encourage family to notify police and neighbors of the patient's condition, wandering behavior, and description.
As acetaldehyde builds up in the blood, the client experiences noxious and uncomfortable symptoms. Haloperidol Haldol Haloperidol is the drug of choice for treating Tourette syndrome. Option A may worsen anxiety. Let the client eat her meals in private. Emily and Jenna discuss getting together for lunch with their daughters after Jenna is discharged.
Eat only three meals per day 3. B Discourage wandering by installing complex locks or locks placed at the tops of doors where the patient cannot readily reach them. As you meet with the patient and his sister just prior to the pass, the sister mentions that she has missed her brother and needs him to babysit. Since the Occupational Therapist Registered and the Occupational Therapist Assistant positions require significant experience in order to maintain certification standards, the tests for these occupations are not considered to be valid predictors of success within the field. The following are psychotic disorders except a Schizophrenia b Mania c Psychotic depression d Hysteria Ans:d 50.