D."You should not experience any symptoms if you only smoke it at night."7.The nurse observes a patient in the intensive care unit (ICU) with insomnia who used to takeopioids for chronic pain. After diagnosis, the nurse finds that the patient has enlarged pupils associated with continuous tearing of the eyes. In the report the nurse would document that the patient was showing signs of what?8.The nurse is planning care management for a patient with alcohol misuse. What interventiondoes the nurse plan for rehabilitation of this patient?
9.What is the nurse’s most important intervention when caring for a patient experiencing severe alcohol withdrawal symptoms?10. Which principles of counseling does the nurse use when planning care for persons with alcoholism? Select all that apply.A.Create a plan to deal with relapse. B.Recognize that recovery is an achievable goal.C.Assist the individual to learn to limit use of illegal substances.D.Support the individual to identify reasons for substance abuse.E.Help the individual replace unhealthy defenses with healthy coping.11. The nurse is caring for a woman with chronic alcohol intoxication. The woman is prescribed disulfiram to treat the condition. Which information given by the nurse is appropriate about disulfiram?
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