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NSG 302 Exam 2 Mid Review: Behavioral and Mental Health

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Review game for content covered half-way through NSG 302 Unit II.

Created Date 10.17.18
Last Updated 10.17.18
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Topics of this game:
  • Patients with OCD experience obsessive thoughts and engage in repetitive behaviors. The nurse can best explain the repetitive behaviors as
  • True or False. The nurse is caring for a patient experiencing a panic attack. The best action of the nurse would be to teach the patient new methods for relaxation such as meditation or deep breathing.
  • Which of the following is not considered a symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder?
  • Billy is a 15 year old male who has recently been diagnosed with Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What should be the nurse's main concern?
  • Patient's with OCD have difficulty making decisions and adjusting to change. While caring for a patient with OCD which of the following questions would be most helpful by the nurse?
  • Which of the following medications is not considered a Benzodiazapine?
  • Which of the following is considered a sign of Benzodiazepine toxicity?
  • Fluoxetine, an SSRI, can cause withdrawal symptoms; therefore, patients should taper the dose when discontinuing the medication. Also, the nurse should teach the patient to monitor for symptoms of Serotonin Syndrome such as?
  • Patients taking an SSRI should be closely monitored for early symptoms of adverse effects such as:
  • Escitalopram is classified as
  • Venlafaxine is classified as
  • Patients taking SNRIs should be closely monitored for which side effect?
  • A 16 year old girl comes to the school nurse's office and asks about Premenstrual Dysmorphic Disorder (PMDD). The nurse explains that there is a difference between PMS and PMDD by which defining symptom?
  • During which phase of Major Depression is a client most likely to relapse?
  • A newly diagnosed client with Major Depressive Disorder is high risk for which of the following during the first few weeks?
  • True or False: Sedation is an adverse effect of amitriptyline during the first few weeks of therapy.
  • Which of the following are considered adverse effects of phenelzine?
  • Bupropion can lower the seizure threshold therefore the nurse should
  • True or False: Mirtazapine provides relief from depression by increasing the release of serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine.
  • True or False: This game was a super fantastic way to review.