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NUR 2459 / NUR2459 Mental and Behavioral Health Nursing Exam 2| Rated A | Latest 2021 / 2022 | Rasmussen College 1. A pt overdoses on sedatives but still is awake. What is your nursing intervention... ? - Keep them awake 2. Legal definition of intoxication for alcohol is - 0.08-0.10 g/d 3. This type of withdrawal is an emergency situation that results in death for 20% of untreated people. - alcohol withdrawal 4. Which is the following is not an advantage of atypical antipsychotics? - No anticholinergic side effects 5. Delusions, Hallucination, Disorganized speech, grossly disorganized, and negative symptoms. This is criteria for what? - schizophrenia 6. This disorder meets the criteria for schizophrenia and has major depressive, manic, or mixed behavior episodes. - Schizoaffective disorder 7. Which is not an autonomic symptom of dementia? - Bradycardia 8. What describes schizophreniform disorder? - features are the same as schizophrenia but lasts less than six months 9. Select all nursing interventions for schizophrenia. - Assess for substance or alcohol use disorder - complete mental status exam - assess for delusions - assess suicide risk 10. Is auditory hallucinations a positive or negative syndromes? - Positive NUR 2459 / NUR2459 Mental and Behavioral Health Nursing Exam 2| Rated A | Latest 2021 / 2022 | Rasmussen College 1. A pt overdoses on sedatives but still is awake. What is your nursing intervention? - Keep them awake 2. Legal definition of intoxication for alcohol is - 0.08-0.10 g/d 3. This type of withdrawal is an emergency situation that results in death for 20% of untreated people. - alcohol withdrawal 4. Which is the following is not an advantage of atypical antipsychotics? - No anticholinergic side effects 5. Delusions, Hallucination, Disorganized speech, grossly disorganized, and negative symptoms. This is criteria for what? - schizophrenia 6. This disorder meets the criteria for schizophrenia and has major depressive, manic, or mixed behavior episodes. - Schizoaffective disorder 7. Which is not an autonomic symptom of dementia? - Bradycardia 8. What describes schizophreniform disorder? - features are the same as schizophrenia but lasts less than six months 9. Select all nursing interventions for schizophrenia. - Assess for substance or alcohol use disorder - complete mental status exam - assess for delusions - assess suicide risk 10. Is auditory hallucinations a positive or negative syndromes? - Positive [Show More]

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