Spring 2015 Study Guide RNSG 1301 Pharmacology Quiz #6 (Ch 31-36z0 Questions 1-31 and multiple response questions 1-6 ) and Ch 37-40 Answers included for 32-48 and all multiple response questions (7 total) Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. A patient with schizophrenia has been taking an antipsychotic drug for several days. The nurse enters the patient’s room to administer a dose of haloperidol (Haldol) and finds the patient having facial spasms. The patient’s head is thrust back, and the patient is unable to speak.
Client Name: Karen Kollings Date: November 24, 2014 Client DOB: 6/19/1992 Time: 2:30 p.m. SSN# 044-57-0900 Client ID: MR555-66874 Address: 12 Silly Lane, Bridgeport, CT 06774 Telephone: 203-567-8900 Referral Source: Department of Mental Health Services Assessment Location: The Connection Counseling Center Clinician name: Mary Silly Brief Description Client is a 24 year old SBF who was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Client lives with her mother and has one daughter who is four years old. Client is unemployed and was referred by her therapist. Presenting Problem Client has an extensive sexual abuse history beginning at the age of seven, which led to the development of schizoaffective Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in which client was diagnosed 15 years old. This diagnosis has led to foster care taking her daughter into custody.
Running Head: Andrea R. Case Study Andrea R. Case Study Final Paper Assignment West Chester University of Pennsylvania Jennifer Jacotin SWG 554: December 5th, 2013 Introduction Andrea is a 27 year old, Caucasian woman. She has a nine year old son and lives in a one bedroom apartment in Queens. Vincent (Andrea’s son) has autism and suffers from Asthma. Andrea was recently hospitalized due to her attempt to commit suicide, by overdosing on her Zoloft medication. Andrea suffers from major depression, bi-polar disorder, Schizophrenia and epilepsy.
She then began to cut causing harm to herself by cutting herself. In February of 2001, Andrea Yates father died and at that point Yates stopped talking, drinking liquids, nursing the baby, and began pulling out her hair. Andrea Yates was admitted into a hospital for the third time. Andrea Yates was started back on the antipsychotic drug therapy. More than one of the doctors that Andrea Yates has seen, sees a sick person which they view her.
It is said that she had lived in a total of 11 foster homes throughout her youth, and when there was no family who would foster her, she would sometimes end up at the Hollygrove Orphanage in Los Angeles. (http://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/the-hidden-life-of-marilyn-monroe-the-original-hollywood-mind-control-slave-part-i/, 2013) In some of these foster homes, Norma Jeane was abused; sexually, mentally, and physically. Marilyn Monroe was born after divorcing with her first husband, Jim Doughtery. Norma Jeane Mortenson changed her personal
She has experienced traumatic events with her husband and daughters substance abuse. In addition, she was subjected to her husband verbally abusing the children. Recently her grandson who she is raising was arrested for stealing out of the store. She has negated to follow up with the doctor to deal with her mental health and is unknown if she was given a mental health diagnoses. She has a great relationship with one of her daughters while the other child is currently incarcerated.
People need to be educated about the pain that can be caused by overzealous therapists. In June 1991 our then 30-yearold daughter began seeing a therapist for depression following her divorce. After seeing her for less than a month, this man analyzed her dreams and told her that the depression was from repressed memories of sexual abuse. Since then, she has broken all contact with us. Her siblings, however, do not believe the accusations.
Medical History, 2002, 46: 175-196 Madness, Suicide and the Victorian Asylum: Attempted Self-Murder in the Age of Non-Restraint ANNE SHEPHERD and DAVID WRIGHT* Introduction On 20 July 1870, Catherine Tyrrell found herself transferred to another asylum. The 32-year-old nurse suffering from melancholia had previously been a private patient in Bethlem Hospital; but, having had her twelve months expire at that institution,' she was conveyed across the metropolis and into the bucolic countryside and county asylum of Buckinghamshire.2 Up to this point, Catherine had had a long and sad history of suicide attempts and food refusal. Indeed, when she was transferred the following year, this time from Buckinghamshire to the Surrey County Asylum
For example, Anas is a 53-year old woman who is currently working with prisoners who have gone through abortion trauma. Through this she reflects on the pain that her own abortion brought her at 19years old, “But after the procedure, she says, strange feelings washed over her. I remember having evil thoughts, about hurting children, she said. It was like I'd done the worst thing I could possibly do. A piece of evil had entered me.” (Bazelon, 2007) We cannot assume all patients have the same post trauma, this woman may have had a psychological disorder, or received extreme amounts of pressure or stress before encountering her abortion.