A. serotonin syndrome
B. stevens-johnson syndrome
C. lithium toxicity
D. neuroleptic malignant syndrome
A. establish an atmosphere of safety and security
B. identify relationships among subpersonalities and work with each equally
C. process events associated with the origins of the disorder
D. teach new coping skills to replace dissociative behaviors
A. the inability to recall important information
B. sudden unexpected travel away from home and inability to remember the past
C. the existence of two or more subpersonalities, each with its own patterns of thinking
D. recurring feeling of detachment from one's body or mental processes
A. difficulty getting along with other members of a group
B. belief in the ability to become invisible during times of stress
C. display of defense mechanisms when routines are changed
D. claiming to be more important than other people
E. difficulty understanding why it is inappropriate to have a personal relationship with the staff
A. rates mood 8/10. Exhibiting looseness of associated. Euphoric"
B. mood euthymic. Exhibiting magical thinking. Restless.
C. Mood labile. Exhibiting delusions of reference. Hyperactive
D. agitated and pacing. Exhibiting grandiosity. Mood labile.
A. provide client with high-calorie finger foods throughout the day
B. accompany client to cafeteria to encourage adequate dietary consumption
C. initiate total parenteral nutrition to meet dietary needs
D. teach the importance of varied diet to meet nutritional needs
A. reorient the patient several times daily
B. have the family bring in familiar items
C. place the patient in a room close to the nurse's station
D. ask the patient why the wandering episodes have occurred
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Mar. . Wrote off account of B. Hall, .
Apr. . Received as partial payment on the account of M. Rainey. Wrote off the remaining balance as uncollectible.
July . Received the from B. Hall, which had been written off on March . Reinstated the account and recorded the cash receipt.
Nov. . Wrote off the following accounts as uncollectible (record as one journal entry):
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