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Question 1.
The client most likely to be experiencing a negative situational stress response is:


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Question 2.
A parent is waiting outside of the recovery room during a tonsillectomy. The parent who exhibits mild anxiety is the one who:


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Question 3.
A client in a violent marriage must decide whether to continue in her marriage. The most appropriate nursing diagnosis for this client is:


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Question 4.
A client recovering from a spinal cord injury becomes angry with the nurse and uses obscenity. The nurse's best response is:


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Question 5.
A bystander at an automobile accident is excited and alarmed. He feels nauseated and dizzy, has difficulty focusing, and the pulse is elevated. What level of anxiety is the bystander feeling?


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Question 6.
Which of the following are considered defense mechanisms? (Select all that apply.)


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Question 7.
A nurse feels vulnerable after a child dies following a lengthy resuscitation effort. A positive coping strategy for the nurse is to:


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Question 8.
When discussing their father's behavior during a family counseling session, a brother says to his sister, "Sure, Dad was rough, but not as bad as Grandma. Don't you remember Grandma? She was much worse. If it weren't for her, he would have been OK." The defense mechanism the brother is using is:


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Question 9.
While performing discharge planning for a client recovering from a stroke, the nurse may use which factor as an indication of a client's potential for effective coping?


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Question 10.
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is a short-term helping process of assisting clients to work through a crisis to resolution and restore their pre-crisis level of functioning.  

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