A Critical Thinking Case Study
Authors: Marsha Purtee and Joan Ulloth
Designer: Linda Caputi
Topics for Bipolar I Disorder Case Study
- Determining the best response to communicate with a client with mania.
Prioritizing nursing interventions for a client with mania who refuses to eat.
Determining the best intervention to de-escalate provocative behavior in a client with mania.
Administering antipsychotic medication to calm a client with mania.
Identifying pertinent data to chart about the client’s response to medication.
Determining the best response to a telephone inquiry about the client.
Providing the best diet instruction for a client taking lithium carbonate.
Determining the best nursing intervention for a client experiencing an adverse drug reaction.
Prioritizing the best nursing intervention for a client’s laboratory values.
Determining the best nursing intervention to protect a client with mania from a safety threat.
Determining the best response to communicate with a client’s spouse.
Correctly responding to the reasons a client states for stopping medication.
Determining the best response for a client who is setting goals for discharge.
Identifying the priority outcome indicating a client’s readiness for discharge.
Identifying signs and symptoms of hypomania.
Providing discharge instruction about the need to avoid antidepressant medication.
Critical Thinking Skills and Strategies For Bipolar I Disorder
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