Bover involvement cinterest and pleasure dineffectiveness and frustration ANS D

Bover involvement cinterest and pleasure

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B.over-involvement.c.interest and pleasure.d.ineffectiveness and frustration.ANS: DNurses may have expectations for self and patients that are not wholly realistic, especially regarding the patient's progress toward health. Unmet expectations result in feelings of ineffectiveness, anger, or frustration. Nurses rarely become over-involved with patients with depression because of the patients resistance. Guilt and despair might be seen when the nurse experiences the patients feelings because of empathy. Interest is possible, but not the most likely result.REF: Page 260-261 12. A patient diagnosed with depression begins selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant therapy. The nurse should provide information to the patient and family about:13. A nurse taught a patient about a tyramine-restricted diet. Which menu selection would the nurse approve?
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14. What is the focus of priority nursing interventions for the period immediately after electroconvulsive therapy treatment?
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  • Spring '14
  • JillA.Andrews
  • Nursing, Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, Major depressive disorder, Antidepressant, major depression

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