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A client with dementia becomes extremely agitated shortly after being admitted to the psychiatric unit. The nurse is reluctant to use physical restraints to control the client. What is a likely reason the nurse has this reluctance?
Physical restraints may increase the client’s agitation.
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A nurse discovers that a client who is diagnosed with dementia received the wrong medication. which of the following should be the nurse’s first action?
Determine the client’s condition
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A patient with mild dementia has a new prescription for donepezil (Aricept). Which nursing action will be most effective in ensuring compliance with the medication?
a. Having the patient’s spouse administer the medication
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When developing a plan of care for a hospitalized patient with moderate dementia, which intervention will the nurse include?
b. Remind the patient frequently about being in the hospital.
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To determine whether a new patient’s confusion is caused by dementia or delirium, which action should the nurse take?
d. Use the Confusion Assessment Method tool to assess the patient.
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A nurse is caring for a client who has dementia. Which of the following interventions should the nurse take to minimize the risk for injury to this client?
Use a bed exit system alarm
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Which of the following individuals coined the term dementia praecox, which meant “premature loss of mind”?
Emil Kraepelin Kraepelin took the term from Benedict Morel’s use of the words “déménce” and “précoce.”
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What are the most common causes of dementia?
Alzheimer’s disease & multiple strokes
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During the morning change-of-shift report at the long-term care facility, the nurse learns that the patient with dementia has had sundowning. Which nursing action should the nurse take while caring for the patient?
c. Keep blinds open during the daytime hours.
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What is not used as a diagnostic test for vascular dementia?
Measurement of neurotransmitter levels
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