a. The client must be post-menopausal
b. Thoughts of disease are common in depressed clients.
c. Clients suffering from depression can be demanding, making manyrequest of the nurse.d. Antidepressant medications frequently cause vaginal spotting.
6 A client makes a suicide attempt on the evening shift. Thestaff intervenes in time to prevent harm. In assessing thesituation, the most important rationale for the staff to discussthe incident is that:
a. They need to reenact the attempt so that they understand exactlywhat happened.b. The staff needs to file an incident report so that the hospitaladministration is kept informed.
c. The staff needs to discuss the client's behavior to determinewhat cues, in his behavior might have warned them that hewas contemplating suicide.
d. Because the client made one suicide attempt, there is highprobability he will make a second .attempt in the immediate future
7.A client with the diagnosis of manic episode is racing aroundthe psychiatric unit trying to organize games with the clients.An appropriate nursing intervention is to:
a. Have the client play Ping-Pong.b. Suggest video exercises with the other clients.
c. Take the client outside for a walk.
d. Do nothing, as organizing a game is considered therapeutic.
8. The primary nurse is performing an admission assessmenton a client admitted with pneumonia. When should the nursebegin discharge planning for this client?
a. The day after dischargeb. When the client's condition is stabilized
c. At the admission time
d. When the physician writes the discharge order
9. A nurse enters a client's roams and the client is demandingrelease from the hospital. Tile nurse renews the client's recordand notes that the client was admitted 2 days ago fortreatment of an anxiety disorder and that the admission wasvoluntary. Which of the following actions will the nurse take?
a. Tell the client that discharge is not possible at this time.