quiz 21 - ViewAttempt2of2 Title: Kee Ch 21 (7th ed)...

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View Attempt 2 of 2 Title: Kee Ch 21 (7th ed) Started: November 13, 2011 7:12 PM Submitte d: November 13, 2011 7:48 PM Time spent: 00:35:53 Total score: 14/16 = 87.5% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 16 1. A nurse is teaching a client measures to help relieve sleeplessness. These include which of the following? Student Response Value Feedback A. Avoid caffeine-containing beverages before sleep. 100% B. Perform strenuous exercise before bedtime. C. Drink lots of fluids before bedtime. D. Eat a heavy meal before bedtime. General Feedback: This is the option that induces sleep. Score: 1/1 2. A client tells the nurse that he no longer wants to take hypnotic agents prescribed to help him sleep. The nurse's instructions are based on the premise that abruptly discontinuing a high dose of hypnotic taken over a long period may cause: Student Response Value Feedback A. drug dependence B. drug tolerance C. withdrawal symptoms 100% D. hypnotic rebound
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General Feedback: Withdrawal symptoms occur following hypnotic use. Score: 1/1 3. A client who takes an intermediate- or long-acting hypnotic agents may experience residual drowsiness and impaired reaction time upon awakening. This side effect is called: Student Response Value Feedback A. hangover 100% B. dependence C. tolerance D. depression General Feedback: This is the definition of hangover. Score: 1/1 4. A client takes hypnotics over 4 weeks. The client is informed by the nurse that long-term use may lead to REM rebound. REM rebound is: Student Response Value Feedback A. the return of dreaming to normal levels using prolonged hypnotic therapy B. suppression of dreaming in clients taking hypnotics C. nightmares or vivid dreaming when the hypnotic is stopped after prolonged therapy 100% D. the decreased efficacy that occurs after 2 weeks of hypnotic
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