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Quiz 22 :

Addiction

Quiz 22 :

Addiction

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The nurse is collecting data on clients at a clinic.One client has risk factors for substance abuse.What physical sign or signs did the nurse assess that suggest substance abuse in this client? Select all that apply.
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A,B,D

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A college student attends a seminar on alcohol abuse.Which statement would alert the nurse that the student needs more education?
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A

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A nurse educator is teaching a group of students about the comprehensive theory of addiction proposed by George Engel.Which of the following student statements indicate proper understanding of this theory? Select all that apply.
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B,C,E

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A client with a history of alcohol abuse is being discharged to a treatment facility.Which prescription does the nurse anticipate for this client?
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A nurse is concerned about potential substance abuse by a coworker.Which of the coworker's behaviors would place the clients on the unit at risk for injury?
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A nurse who runs an addiction treatment group at an inner-city clinic has noticed that many of the group's participants struggle with the stigma attached to their condition.Which of the following statements on the part of the nurse would best help participants overcome this stigma?
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A client has been admitted to a healthcare facility for treatment for substance addiction.Shortly after entering the facility,the client received a prescription for phenytoin.Based on this data,which of the following statements is most likely true?
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A client with alcoholism is receiving court-ordered care in a residential treatment facility.After alcohol is discovered in her room,the client states,"It is not mine." Which responses by the nurse are appropriate in this situation? Select all that apply.
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Which of the following terms refers to a physiologic need for a substance that the client cannot control and that results in withdrawal symptoms if the substance is withheld?
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A client is admitted to the emergency department with signs of drug use.The client reports ingesting Percocet and is currently experiencing respiratory depression.Based on this information,which prescription should the nurse anticipate for this client?
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The nurse is conducting a crisis assessment for a client who admits to cocaine use.Which questions are appropriate for the nurse to ask the client during this process? Select all that apply.
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The nurse is providing care to a client diagnosed with alcoholism.The client's physical examination reveals a BMI of 18.Which prescription does the nurse anticipate to manage the client's nutritional status?
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During visitation on the unit,a nurse is observing the family dynamics of an adolescent client who has an addiction problem.In doing so,the nurse concludes that the family is exhibiting codependence.Which of the following behaviors on the part of the family supports the nurse's conclusion?
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A community health nurse is providing teaching to the faculty of a local high school about preventing,recognizing,and treating substance use and addiction in teenagers.Which of the following statements on the part of the faculty members suggests that further teaching is necessary?
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When used as part of behavioral therapy for addictions,token economies function as a form of
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The nurse is providing care for a client who admits to alcohol addiction.The client states she is able to hide the addiction from family and friends.Based on this information,which independent nursing intervention is appropriate for this client?
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A public health nurse is presenting a teaching session about alcohol use to a group of college seniors.During the session,one of the students admits to frequent alcohol use.What is the nurse's priority action?
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While practicing at an outpatient addiction clinic,the nurse summarizes a diagram in the orientation handbook for another nurse who is new to the clinic.That diagram is reproduced below.Which of the following statements on the part of the new nurse would reflect an appropriate understanding of this diagram? img
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An employee health nurse is providing care to a worker who was injured on the job.The client has a history of drug addiction and is currently enrolled in a 12-step recovery program.In order to determine whether the employee was impaired at the time of the accident,which diagnostic tool should the nurse use?
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A nurse is talking with the adult daughter of an 80-year-old client who was recently discovered to be abusing prescription narcotics.The daughter expresses frustration that this substance abuse wasn't discovered sooner,and she asks the nurse how her father's previous healthcare providers could have overlooked this problem.Which of the following statements would not be appropriate for the nurse to include in her reply?
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