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Foundations chap 35

Care of pt. with Psychiatric Disorders

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neurosis is a term describing ineffective coping with stress that causes mild interpersonal disorganization.
people with neurosis have insight that they have a psychiatric problem.
people with neurosis – remain oriented to reality, they have some degree of distortion of reality manifested by strong emotional response to the trigger event.
people with neurosis had various complaints such as – nervousness or emotional upset, compulsions, obsessiveness, and phobias.
a neurotic person will exhibit – poor self-esteem, social relationship that suffers from complaints noted.
treatment for a neurotic person is – usually in a outpatient facility.
psychosis is it out of touch with reality and severe personality deterioration, impaired perception and judgment.
a psychotic person – does not recognize the fact of having a psychiatric disorder.
treatment for a psychotic person – often hospitalization, with follow-up regularly through outpatient facilities, some people seek voluntary admission.
involuntary admission for a psychotic person usually involves – commonly called probating, a judge, clinical psychiatrist, or physician has to carry out an involuntary admission in individual is thought to be a danger to self or others.
axis I – identifying all major psychiatric disorders e developmentallyturn off Mike delayed and personality disorders, such as depression, schizophrenia, society, and substance related disorders.
neurosis is a term describing ineffective coping with stress that causes mild interpersonal disorganization.
people with neurosis have insight that they had a psychiatric problem.
a person with neurosis – remain oriented to reality, have some degree of distortion of reality manifested by strong emotional response to the trigger event.
people with neurosis have Complaints of– nervousness or emotional upset, compulsions, obsessiveness, and phobias.
neurotic people exhibits – poor self-esteem their social relationship suffers from complaints.
treatment for neurosis – they are usually treated and outpatient facilities.
psychosis – is when the patient of touch with reality and severe personality deterioration, impaired perception and judgment.
treatment for a psychotic person is –often hospitalization with follow up regularly through outpatient facilities also some people seek voluntary admission.
a psychotic patient with an involuntary admission –commonly called probating is when a judge, clinical psychologist, or physician as to carry out an involuntary admission if the individual is thought to be a danger to self or others.
axis I – identifying all major psychiatric disorders except developmentally delayed and personality disorders, such as depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, and substance related disorders.
axis II – personality and developmental disorders, as well as prominent maladaptive personality features and defense mechanisms.
axis III – Gen. medical conditions that are potentially relevant to the understanding or management of a person's mental disorders.
axis IV – psychosocial and environmental disorders that have a potential to affect the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of mental disorders.
axis V – global assessment of the functioning that rates the overall psychological functioning of the person on a scale of 0-100.
the diagnostic and statistical manual of psychiatric disorders– psychiatrist or physician make diagnosis based on state criteria for each psychiatric disorder.
organic mental disorders – an inevitable brain disease or dysfunction is the basis of behavior
organic mental disorders affect – –cognitive or intellectual abilities.affect ranges from mild lapses in memory to severe behavior changes. Predominant characteristic disorientation.
delirium –rapid change in consciousness that occurs over a short time.
delirium is a acute problem that can be cured and go away. Delirium occurs at any age.
delirium – associated with reduced awareness and attention to surroundings, disorganized thinking, sensory misinterpretation, and irrelevant speech. Sleep patterns are often disturbed also
possible causes of delirium are – physical illness such as fever, your track infection, heart failure, pneumonia or disorientated thinking, malnutrition,AZOTEMIA, anesthesia.
Azotemia- abnormal level nitrogen – filtering of kidneys and sufficient
treatment for delirium includes determining the cause and correct it, treat the cause and area will go away.
sundown in syndrome – it's a person with nocturnal delirium, displays increased disorientation and agitation only during the evening and nighttime hours.
dementia –a term describing an altered mental state secondary to cerebral disease.
dementia is a slow and progressive loss of intellectual production is irreversible
symptoms of dementia are –severe enough to appear with the daily ADLs for patients.
Alzheimer's disease – his agency most often in older adults is the most common type of dementia in the United States.
dementia is the symptoms of the disease of Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's is the second most common vascular dementia.
schizophrenia – characteristic of process disorder is bizarre, reality-based thinking.
schizophrenia typically occurs in young adulthood. Equal with both sexes, affects 1% of the population and lifetime.
schizophrenia is a chronic disorder with residual disability and function.
schizophrenia family typically experience – emotional and financial devastation.
defining characteristics in schizophrenia gross distortion of reality, disturbance of language and medication, disorganized or fragmentation of thought perception and emotional reaction, and ability to relate to others, self-care deficit.
schizophrenia symptoms present usually six months with positive behavior one month.
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