The king and the rook must be on the same rank

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The king and the rook must be on the same rank” (Schiller 2003:19).[3] Now, select the correct response. a. Dungeons and Dragons b. The Empire Strikes Back c. Pinochle d. Chess If you chose D, chess, you answered this exhibit question correctly. Now, try this practice question. Review these client interventions and identify the disorder that this client most likely has. § Talk therapy: Talking out feelings with a professional or connecting with others that have gone through a similar experience. Therapy can be provided in person, over the telephone, or even online § Antidepressant drugs: A selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) is most commonly used. In certain cases, a tricyclic antidepressant may be more appropriate. Other psychopharmacology may be indicated in the treatment of psychosis, including antipsychotics and mood stabilizers from the anticonvulsant classification § Hormone therapy: Includes hormonal pharmacology, typically estrogen, as well as treatments that impact hormonal levels, such as light therapy. The mechanisms of bright light therapy may help regulate neuroendocrine factors that affect serotonergic mechanisms (enhance serotonin use) § Alternative therapies: Natural remedies such as herbals, fish oils, and dietary supplements. Physical activity may provide helpful benefits by helping to regulate hormones and neurotransmitters § Treatment of underlying comorbidities: For example, excessive fatigue may be treated by focusing on sleep disturbances
§ Home visits by a nurse: The nurse makes regular visits to the patient’s home to provide care to the client and may serve as a case manager § Stepped or combined approach: Ideally, a treatment plan will be developed that tailored to the patient’s specific needs and unique situation Care
If you responded C, postpartum depression, you selected the correct response to this chart question. Tips to Take You to the Top! The most important thing that you must bring with you when you go to take you NCLEX-RN Examination is your self-confidence. Think about it. You succeeded! You graduated from nursing school with passing grades. You learned a lot in school and you have been able to prove it with every quiz, midterm and final examination you took in nursing school. Do you remember how many students where in your class during your first nursing course? Do you remember how the class thinned out and many students disappeared during this semester and all the semesters after wards? Most of the students who left the nursing program left because they were not able to handle the rigors of school and studying and/or they were not able to adapt and cope with the stressors associated with the highly difficult and challenging nursing program. You, however, did survive! Congratulations! You would never have been able to complete the nursing program and graduate without good grades and a superior knowledge about nursing, nursing care and all the things that you learned in nursing school.

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