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Unformatted text preview: ACTIVE LEARNING TEMPLATE: System Disorder Rebecka Aguilar STUDENT NAME______________________________________ Substance Use and Addictive Disorders DISORDER/DISEASE PROCESS___________________________________________________________ REVIEW MODULE CHAPTER__18 __________ Alterations in Health (Diagnosis) Cocaine use disorder involves the repeated use of cocaine, leading to clinically significant impairment over a 12 moth period Pathophysiology Related to Client Problem - Genetics could be a factor Health Promotion and Disease Prevention - Relapse prevention and teach coping - Assess vitals - Encourage therapy and sobriety ASSESSMENT Risk Factors - Genetics - Chronic stress - History of trauma - Low self-esteem - Few life successes Laboratory Tests SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS Expected Findings - Use open ended questions to obtain - OBJECTIVE: seizures, extreme fever, tachycardia, hypertension - SUBJECTIVE: hallucinations, chest pain Diagnostic Procedures - Blood work -LFT's - CBC - PATIENT-CENTERED CARE Nursing Care - Perform a nursing self assessment - Implement seizure precautions - Orient the client and provide safe environment - Low stimulation environment Therapeutic Procedures - Family therapy - Group therapy - 12-step program - cognitive therapy - Teach coping and relaxation techniques ACTIVE LEARNING TEMPLATES - Overdose and tolerance - Seizure precautions - assess vitals often - Consider other medications they may be on - Suicide ideation - Relapse - Observe for withdrawal signs and symptoms - Orient client Complications Medications Depending on the substance used / abused: - Anticonvulsant - Antianxiety - antidepressant Those are the most common although the rest depend on the substance. Client Education - Coping skills - Safety - Relapse preventions - 12-step program Interprofessional Care - Cognitive behavioral therapy - Acceptance and commitment therapy - Relapse prevention therapy - Group therapy - Severe withdrawal symptoms causing cardiac distress - Abstinence syndrome - Seizures - Neurological decline - Memory impairment - Sensory motor impairment - Program noncompliance - Safety Therapeutic Procedure  A11 ...
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  • Fall '15
  • cocaine, Active Learning Template, 12-step program, REVIEW MODULE CHAPTER__18

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