Carter Disturbed Thought Process Anxiety Impaired Social Interaction Social

Carter disturbed thought process anxiety impaired

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Disturbed Thought Process AnxietyImpaired Social InteractionSocial IsolationRisk for LonelinessReadiness for enhanced health management From vSim for Nursing | Mental Health. © Wolters Kluwer.
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5.Referring to your feedback log, document all nursing care provided and Mr. Carter’s response to this care.Checked the scene for safety, asked the Pt for his consent for letting his mother to be a part ofthe interview. Asked general questions about appetite, sleep and energy. Performed a mental status examination form and asked if the mental status exam form may be submitted. Educated the Pt about his psychiatric diagnosis, educated Pt about his new medications and side effects, educated Pt about AIMS, educated Pt about EPS, educated Pt about discharge to a partial-hospitalization program. Called social worker and gave report. 6.Document patient education regarding Mr. Carter’s new medications, sertraline andFluphenazine.Sertaline: Instructed patient to take sertraline as directed. Take missed doses as soon possible and return to regular dosing schedule. Do not double doses. Do not stop abruptly, forthis can cause dysphoric mood, irritability, agitation, anxiety, etc. Advice patient and family
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