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Mental Health Nursing

Nursing

Quiz 21 :

Eating Disorders

Quiz 21 :

Eating Disorders

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The client diagnosed with bulimia nervosa has been attending an outpatient mental health clinic for several months. Which factor should a nurse identify as an appropriate indicator of a positive client behavioral change?
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C

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The nurse is teaching about the differences between the symptoms of anorexia nervosa and the symptoms of bulimia. Which information should the nurse include?
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A

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The nurse is teaching a client diagnosed with an eating disorder about behavior-modification programs. What is the priority rationale for this treatment?
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D

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The family of a teenager diagnosed with anorexia nervosa becomes defensive when the treatment team calls for a family meeting to implement the Maudsley approach. Which is the appropriate nursing response?
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To rid the body of excessive calories, a client diagnosed with bulimia nervosa may engage in ____________________ behaviors, which include self-induced vomiting or the misuse of laxatives, diuretics, or enemas.
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The nurse is caring for a client with anorexia nervosa. Which nursing interventions would the nurse add to the plan of care? (Select all that apply.)
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Which historical perspective would the nurse include when teaching about the home environment and the development of anorexia nervosa?
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An adolescent is diagnosed with anorexia nervosa and is hospitalized for severe malnutrition. Which body mass index (BMI) measurement would the nurse observe upon assessment of this client?
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The nurse is teaching a client diagnosed with bulimia nervosa about the symptom of tooth enamel deterioration. Which explanation for this complication of bulimia nervosa should the nurse provide?
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The episodic, uncontrolled, compulsive, rapid ingestion of large quantities of food over a short period of time is termed ____________________.
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The diagnosis of ____________________ nervosa includes the symptoms of gross distortion of body image, preoccupation with food, and refusal to eat.
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The nurse is teaching about the DSM-5 criteria for the diagnosis of binge eating disorder. Which statements by the staff indicate successful teaching? (Select all that apply.)
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The nurse is caring for a client diagnosed with binge eating disorder (BED). Which medication should the nurse administer to the client to decrease binging?
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The adolescent diagnosed with a history of anorexia nervosa comes to an outpatient clinic after being medically cleared. The client states, "Since going back to school, I am nervous, get apprehensive, and have a hard time eating food." Which nursing diagnosis would take priority at this time?
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The client's altered body image is evidenced by claims of "being obese," even though the client is emaciated. Which outcome criterion is appropriate for this client's problem?
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