www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com FILL IN THE BLANKS 1. The first American psychiatric nurse was…………………………….. 2.

The first school to prepare to care for mentally ill was established at…………………………… 3. John Hopkins was the first school of nursing to implement ………………………… 4. The first textbook in psychiatric nursing ‘Nursing Mental disease’ was published by ………………………………. In 1920.
5. IN 1972, American Nursing association published ………………………. To certifies psychiatric

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6. Forensic psychiatry is the interface between…………………….. and psychiatry. 7. Testamentary capacity is the capacity of the person to make a………………………………… 8. The mental health act came in to force on…………………………..in India. 9. The term asylum was changed with the term……………………….in India Mental Health act,

1987.
10. The term lunatics was changed with term………………………. in India Mental Health act,

1987. 11. The term criminal lunatics was changed with term ………………………………in India Mental Health act, 1987. 12. The Indian Mental Health act 1987 included………………………….chapters. 13. Chapter ……………………… deals with protection of human rights of mentally ill persons in IMHA, 1987.

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 14. The Indian Lunacy Act is derived from ……………………. Lunacy Act, 1890. 15. The term parole is defined in …………………………….chapter of Indian Lunacy Act 1912. 16. …………………………………is a client’s permission granted to a physician to perform a therapeutic procedure? 17. The Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act is an act of the Parliament of India which was passed in……………………………………. 18. Absence of complete or partial memory is called as……………………………. 19. In thought disorders at progression level patient begins with the topic but never reaches the goal is called as…………………………… 20. False perception without any stimuli is called as…………………………….. 21. False perception with stimuli is called as………………………. 22. Permanent, irreversible loss of intellectual efficiency is known as………………………… 23. Elation is commonly seen in…………………………. 24. Inappropriate affect is commonly seen in…………………………. 25. Existence of contradictory feeling, attitude towards the same object or person is called as…………………………… 26. When feeling of unreality & loss one’s own identity are experienced is called as……………………….. 27. Coining new terms or phrases is called as……………………………………. 28. The misinterpretation of real, external sensory experience is known as……………………….

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 29. False perception in the absence of external stimuli is known as……………………………….. 30. The maximum score of MMSE is………………………………………. 31. Pathological impairment of memory is………………………………….. 32. Inability to experience pleasure in any activity………………………………. 33. A person’s subjective sense of being unreal, strange or unfamiliar is……………………………. 34. Pathological repetition by imitation of the speech of another……………………………. 35. Pathological repetition by imitation of the behavior of another………………………….. 36. ……………………………………. Is the term used in psychoanalytic theory for sexual drive? 37. Reflection of the content of a patient’s communication back to him is called………………….. 38. The responsive dimension of …………………………………….. is the ability to see the patient’s world from her point of view & to communicate this to this patient. 39. ………………………………. Is occurs when a nurse goes outside the limits of the the rapeutic relationship & establishes a social, economic or personal relationship with a patient. 40. The SMCR model is given by…………………………………… 41. …………………………………. Is the technique in which nurse shares simple facts with the patient. 42. The word “SMCR stands or ……………………….., ………………………….., ……………………… & ……………………………

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 43. A ……………………………….. is defined as an irrational fear that produces a conscious avoidance of the feared subject, activity, or situation. 44. Social phobia, is also called as……………………………. 45. Fear of closed space is known as……………………………….. 46. Fear of height is known as……………………………………. 47. ………………………………. Is the most common feature in phobic disorders. 48. Sometimes dysthymia is also referred as………………………………… 49. The lifetime community prevalence of dysthymia is ………………………………….% 50. EMDR is ……………………………………………………………………………………… 51. …………………………………………………..is characterized by sudden, unexpected trvels from the home or workplace with an inability to recall some or all of one’s past. 52. ………………………………………….. is a mental disorder characterized by physical symptoms that mimic physical disease or injury for which there is no identifiable physical cause. 53. ……………………………………….. is a preoccupation with a fear or belief of having a serious disease. 54. The term ‘psychosomatic’ is thought to have first been used in 1818 by …………………………….. 55. The word schizophrenia was coined by Swiss Psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler in the year…………………………. 56. The peak ages of onset of schizophrenia are……………………………………..years for male.

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 57. About ………………………% of general population has the risk of developing the schizophrenia in their life time. 58. Paraphrenia is a type of schizophrenia that starts late in life & occurs in the …………………………………. Population. 59. The main medications used to treat psychotic disorders are called……………………………. 60. The word schizophrenia was coined by Swiss Psychiatrist……………………………. 61. The level of dopamine is ……………………………… in patient with schizophrenic symptoms. 62. People with …………………………………….schizophrenia are generally immobile & unresponsive to the world around them. 63. False sensory perception in the absence of a real external stimulus is called as…………………………… 64. A condition in which the person becomes fixed in a single position for a very long time is called as………………………………….. 65. ……………………………..is simultaneously holding two different attitudes, emotions, thoughts, or feeling about a person, object, or situation. 66. ………………………….. is cycling between hypomania & lows in mood that does not meet the criteria for major depressive episodes. 67. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is also known as…………………………….. 68. The average age of onset for bipolar disorder is ………………………………however, the disorder can occur at any age.

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 69. The first drug of choice in the treatment of mania is………………………………….. 70. Sometimes dysthymia is referred as……………………………………. 71. The first sign of dementia is usually loss of…………………………………. 72. ……………………………………. Are used to treat cognitive functions & behavioral symptoms. 73. Organic amnesia is a ………………………………………………… that affects learning & memory. 74. Filling gaps in memory with imaginary events is called as…………………………………… 75. The most common type of dementia is …………………………………….. dementia. 76. The brain lesions that are characteristics of Alzheimer’s disease are…………………………. And ………………………………….. 77. The person’s perception of the environment is called as………………………………. 78. The term…………………………………………… refers to extreme agitation related to dementia. 79. ……………………….is the integration of those systems or habits that represent an individual’s characteristic adjustments to the environment. 80. Personality disorders also called as………………………………………. 81. Mental health professionals group characteristics of various personality disorders into one of………………………………………… clusters. 82. Histrionic personality disorders is categorized under the cluster…………………………… 83. Epidemiological researches on personality disorders estimate approximately………………..to………………..% of all types of personality disorder s. 84. Social anxiety disorder, also known as……………………………………

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 85. …………………………………… is the largest single group of psychiatric illness es in adolescents. 86. …………………………..are the best-known treatments for a child with ADHD. 87. ADHD is the most commonly studied & diagnosed psychiatric disorder in children, affecting about……………………………….% of children globally. 88. The main principle in the treatment of detoxification is……………………………………… 89. Coexistence of psychiatric disorders & substance related disorders with in the same person is called as…………………………. 90. Among adolescent, nicotine, alcohol, & marijuana often act as ………………………………………… drugs to substances that are perceived to be more dangerous. 91. The simplest screening tool consisting of only four questions related to alcohol abuse is the……………………… 92. The simplest biological measure to obtain a blood alcohol content is by the use of a…………………………………………. 93. The term…………………………………………………..was first used to describe people who had become dysfunctional as a result of living in a committed relationship with an alcoholic. 94. The brain’s natural opiates are the neurotransmitters called as………………………………. 95. Medically, withdrawal from the……………………………………………..is most dangerous. 96. The process of helping an addict safely through withdrawal is called as………………………….

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 97. ………………………………was the first drug to be approved over 40 years ago for the treatment of alcohol dependence & it has been followed by the more recent approval of………………………….. 98. A psychiatric emergency is an acute disturbance of……………………………, ……………………………….of a patient which if untreated may lead to harm. 99. Psychiatric emergency are classified as……………………………., ………………………….. and medical emergency in psychiatry. 100. Suicidal rates are more in……………………..age group. 101. ………………………….rates are more in females whereas committed suicides are more in males. 102. …………………………..is defined as forced perpetration of an act of sexual contact with another person without consent. 103. Disaster is a part of……………………………….. crisis. 104. …………………………. Are the events or situations that cause stress. 105. Stress adaptation model includes……………………………., …………………………… and ………………………….. stages. 106. A ……………………………….crisis involves the normal life transition that creates changes with individuals & how they perceive themselves, their role & their status. 107. The techniques of crisis intervention are ………………………………… and ………………………… approach.

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 108. The common Tricyclic, Imipramine antidepressants are…………………….. &…………………….. 109. Tetra cyclic drugs are commonly given under the trade name of ……………………………… and………………………………. 110. ……………………………………..is one of the side effects of antidepressants drugs. 111. Antidepressants should be stopped immediately if patient complaints of…………………………… &………………………………… 112. Antipsychotic drugs are also known as………………………………….. 113. The most common group of antipsychotic drug’s side effects are known as………………………………….. 114. ………………………………is a phenothiazine group of antipsychotic drugs. 115. …………………………………is used to reduce parkinsonian symptoms. 116. …………………………….is a specific drug used in mania? 117. ………………………………….is a drug known as antidressants? 118. ……………………………………. Is a sedative of the barbiturate group of drug. 119. ECT is introduced by…………………………………& ……………………………….. 120. ECT is introduced in the year…………………………………. 121. Explanation to the relatives is given to reduce……………………………….. 122. Head is hyper extended to prevent blocking of…………………………………….. 123. Support to the patient’s body is essential during the convulsion to prevent…………………………………& ………………………………………..

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com 124. Complications of ECT can be reduced by……………………………………. 125. Patients should be kept NBM prior to treatment to prevent………………………………. 126. The concept of ‘Therapeutic Community’ is given by……………………………. 127. Anti manic drugs are also reffered as …………………………………. 128. More than……………………..% of developing countries do not provide any care for persons with mental disorders in the community. 129. Caplan has discuss three levels of prevention in …………………………………… model. 130. Secondary preventions aimed at…………………………………. &……………………………….. 131. The community mental health centers act was passed in the year……………………….. 132. The tertiary prevention aimed at……………………………… and………………………………….. 133. …………………………………homes are generally located in hospitals itself without specific/routine activity of the units. 134. Narcotic anonymous is an example of ………………………………groups. 135. Partial hospitalization is an…………………………………….. level of care for mentally illness. 136. ……………………………………… is a group of people with common values, belief, attitude, characteristics, location or interest. 137. Community mental health services are delievered through………………………………………… system especially in developing countries like India.

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www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com ANSWER KEY
3. Psychiatric nursing in nursing curriculum 7. WILL 11. Mentally ill Prisoner 15. III 19. Tengentiality 23. Mania 27. Neologism 31. Amnesia 35. Echoprexia 39. Boundary violation 43. Phobia 47. Anxiety 51. Dissociative fugue 55. 1908 59. Antipsychotic 63. Hallucination 67. Winter depression or winter blues 71. Short-term memory 75. Vascular

1. Linda Richards 5. Standards of Psychiatric Nursing Practice 9. Psychiatric hospital/ Nursing home 13. VIII 17. 1985 21. Illusion 25. Ambivalence 29. Hallucination 33. depersonalization 37. Validation 41. Informing 45. Claustrophobia 49. 6% 53. Hypochondriasis 57. 1% 61. Increase 65. Ambivalence 69. Lithium 73. Neurological disorder 77. Cognitive map 81. Three 85. Conduct disorders

2. Mclean hospital Waverly

4. Harriet Bailey

6. Law

8. 22nd may 1987

10. Mentally ill person 14. English 18. Amnesia 22. Dementia 26. Depersonalization 30. 30 34. Echolalia 38. Empathy 42. Sender, Message, Channel & Receiver 46. Acrophobia 50. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing 54. Heinroth 58. Elderly 62. Catatonic 66. Cyclothymia 70. Double Depression

12. Ten 16. Informed consent 20. Hallucination 24. Schizophrenia 28. Illusion 32. Anhedonia 36. Libido 40. Berlo 44. Social anxiety disorder 48. Double depression 52. Briquet’s syndrome 56. 20-28 60. Eugen Bleuler 64. Catatonia 68. 20 72. Cholinesterase inhibitors 76. Neurotic plaques and neuro-fibrillary tangles 80. Character disorder 84. Social phobia 88. Substitution of drug from same class

74. Confabulations 78. Catastrophic reaction 82. B 86. Stimulants

79. Personality 83. 5, 15 87. 3 to 5%

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89. Dual diagnosis 93. Co-dependence 97. Antabuse, Naltroxene 101. Attempted suicides 105. Alarm, resistance & exhaustion 109. Libidomil, Tetradap 113. EPS 117. Tetracyclic drugs 121. Anxiety 125. Aspiration Pneumonia 129. Public Health 133. Quarter way 137. Primary Health care 90. Gateway drugs 94. Endorphins or Enkephalins 98. Behavior, thought or mood 102. Sexual assault 106. Maturational 91. CAGE 95. CNS depressants 99. Major, minor 103. Adventitious 107. Generic & individual 111. Pressure of speech, increased motor activity 115. Anticholinergics 119. Carletti & Binet 123. Fracture, Dislocations 127. Mood Stabilizers 131. 1963 135. Intermediate 92. Breath-analyzer 96. Detoxification 100. 15-30 years 104. Stressors 108. Depsonil, Imavate 112. Neuroleptics 116. Lithium Carbonate 120. 1938 124. Modified ECT 128. 50% 132. Disability limitation & Rehabilitation 136. Community

110. Drowsiness

114. Chlorpramazine 118. Phenobarbitol 122. Airway obstruction 126. Maxwell Jones 130. Early detection & prompt treatment 134. Self-help

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