Teach client to measure I & Ob.
Involve client in planning daily mealc.
Observe client during meals
Monitor client continuously
Nurse Patricia is aware that the major health complication associated withintractable anorexia nervosa would be?
Cardiac dysrhythmias resulting to cardiac arrest
Glucose intolerance resulting in protracted hypoglycemia
Endocrine imbalance causing cold amenorrhead.
Decreased metabolism causing cold intolerance
Nurse Anna can minimize agitation in a disturbed client by?
limiting unnecessary interactionc.
increasing appropriate sensory perceptiond.
ensuring constant client and staff contact
A 39 year old mother with obsessive-compulsive disorder has becomeimmobilized by her elaborate hand washing and walking rituals. Nurse Trishrecognizes that the basis of O.C. disorder is often:
Problems with being too conscientiousb.
Problems with anger and remorse
Feelings of guilt and inadequacy
Feeling of unworthiness and hopelessness
Mario is complaining to other clients about not being allowed by staff tokeep food in his room. Which of the following interventions would be most appropriate?
Allowing a snack to be kept in his roomb.
Reprimanding the client
Ignoring the clients behavior
Setting limits on the behavior
Conney with borderline personality disorder who is to be discharge soonthreatens to “do something” to herself if discharged. Which of the followingactions by the nurse would be most important?
Ask a family member to stay with the client at home temporarilyb.
Discuss the meaning of the client’s statement with herc.
Request an immediate extension for the client
Ignore the clients statement because it’s a sign of manipulation
Joey a client with antisocial personality disorder belches loudly. A staff member asks Joey, “Do you know why people find you repulsive?” this statement most likely would elicit which of the following client reaction?