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3. Implications: a nurse should be aware that transference by a client is more likely to occur with a person in authority. Interventions for negative manifestations of schizophrenia 1. Negative: lack of motivation, avolition, flat affect, alogia, angeria, anhedonia. 2. Cognitive symptoms: distorted thinking, inability to make decisions, poor problem solving, difficulty concentrating, memory deficits, long term memory issues, hopelessness, suicidal ideation. Findings associated with delirium 1. Psychological changes including neurological, metabolic, cardiovascular, respiratory, infections, substance abuse or withdrawal. 2. Advanced age, prior head trauma, lifestyle factors, family history of AD Identifying the Priority Client for Assessment 1. A client who is experiencing a command hallucination is at risk for injury to self or others. Safety is the priority and initiating one-to-one observation is the first action the nurse should take. 2. Command hallucination: the voice instructs the patient to perform an action, such as to hurt self or others. Autistic Spectrum Disorder 1. Is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder thought to be of genetic origin with a wide spectrum of behaviors affecting an individual’s ability to communicate and interact with others. Cognitive and language development are typically delayed.
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Characteristic behaviors include inability to maintain eye contact, repetitive actions, and strict observance of routines. 2. Present in early childhood and is more common in boys than girls. 3. Physical difficulties: sensory integration dysfunction, sleep disorders, digestive disorders, feeding disorders, epilepsy, and/or allergies.
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