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- 7367A client states that she hears God’s voice telling her that she has sinned and needs to punish herself. Which response by the nurse is most important?
- 7368When developing the plan of care for a client who is staying in his room because he perceives that staff want to harm him, which outcome of care planning is most realistic?
- 7369A client diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia is still withdrawn, unkempt, and unmotivated to get out of bed. An unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) asks the nurse why the client is behaving this way after being on fluphenazine 10 mg for 7 days. The nurse should tell the UAP:
- 7370A pregnant client in her third trimester is started on chlorpromazine 25 mg 4 times daily. Which instructions are most important for the nurse to include in the client’s teaching plan?
- 7371A client reports that men in blue clothes keep looking in her window and talking about her. Which response by the nurse is most appropriate?
- 7372When preparing the teaching plan for a client who is to start clozapine, which information is crucial to include?
- 7373A client is sitting in the corner of the dayroom cocking his head to one side as if he hears something, but no one is nearby. The nurse suspects he is having auditory hallucinations. Which question should the nurse ask first?
- 7374A client who is newly diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia tells the nurse, “The aliens are telling me that I am defective and need to be eliminated.” Which response by the nurse is most appropriate initially?
- 7375An outpatient client who has a history of paranoid schizophrenia and chronic alcohol dependency has been taking risperidone for several months. She reports that she stopped drinking 4 days ago. The client is very frightened by the tactile hallucinations of bugs crawling under her skin. Which factor should the nurse incorporate into the plan of care when explaining the tactile hallucinations?
- 7376A client with a long history of paranoid schizophrenia is readmitted voluntarily after missing his last two injections of haloperidol. He reports, “I am not sleeping much, and my friend says I smell from not showering. God is telling me to protect myself from others. My parents are sick and tired of me and my illness. They wish I were dead.” Which admission notes by the nurse contains assumptions and potentially false accusations? Select all that apply.