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1. The client will refrain from self mutilation (Borderline Personality) 2.

Provide opportunities for the client to journal her food intake (Anorexia Nervosa) 3. Give explanations to the clients for decisions that are made (Therapeutic Environment) 4. Use a therapeutic holding technique (Conduct disorder) 5. Often have feelings of isolation (PTSD) 6. Serum sodium 125 meq/L ( Lithium Level) 7. Inform the client that her admission will be confidential) 8. Provide assurance that others have a similar problem. (Gambling dependency) 9. Librium (Alcohol withdrawal) 10. Exhibits a realistic self-concept (Healthy adolescent behavior) 11. Hand tremors (Lithium) 12. Be prepared to wait for the client to respond. (Depressed and withdrawn) 13. An inability to manage finances (stage 4 alzheimer's disease) 14. You seem angry at everyone (yelling at the nurses) 15. Command hallucinations (schizophrenia) 16. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, MEAL DELIVERY SERVICES, PHYSICAL THERAPY, HOME HEALTH SERVICES. 17. Discussing end-of-life decisions 18. Ask the client to express how he is feeling. (Aggressive behavior) 19. I understand this is very upsetting for you. Tell me how you feel about his comments. 20. It's hard to see your mother so upset, but crying is one way of expressing her feelings. 21. Anectine is given to reduce muscle movements during ECT 22. Do not administer the lorazepam. 23. DISTRESSING DRAMS DIFFICULTY CONCENTRATING EXAGGERATED STARTLE RESPONSE 24. This must be a difficult time for you 25. Minimizing deelings (Depressed) 26. Stay with the client in a quiet setting 27. This procedure can increase my risk for developing Parkinson's Disease. 28. Move the client who has bipolar disorder to a private room. 29. A client who has stage 7 Alzheimer's disease 30. My Faith will help me through this difficult time. 31. The client needs excessive external input to make everyday decisions. 32. Repeated use of redirection 33. My son enjoys a couple of drinks each night to unwind. 34. Schedule a family conference 35. Assess the client further for signs of a perceptual disturbance 36. Inability to sleep 37. Move other group members away from the client 38. Take the client's vital signs every hour 39. Ask the family member if she has any thoughts or questions about this portion of the treatment plan. 40. I feel so empty without my wife; it's hard to get up every morning. 41. Attention to body language 42. Let's discuss what reasons you have for not wanting the procedure. 43. Sit or stand at the same level as the client. 44. Teach the client how to use the thought-stopping technique 45. Tell the client to calm down or he will be dismissed from the session 46. Follow guidelines regulating reporting of suspicious findings.

47. Phenylephrine (Neo-synephrine 48. What was happening before you began to feel like this 49. Create a large, personal space. 50. Identify the client's perceptions of his stressors. 51. Provide frequent high-calorie snacks 52. You are correct. I should be more patient and find out why they are late. 53. Talking to the client about meaningful daily activities 54. Hypertension with grilled cheese 55. Request a professional interpreter to translate. 56. Arrange one-to-one observation of the client 57. Blood Glucose (Risperdal) 58. Fever (Zoloft) Ask the client what the voices are saying