[Answer] A 20-year-old homeless client at 38 weeks’ gestation visits the prenatal clinic for the first time. She is accompanied by her 21-year-old boyfriend who is the father of the baby. The nurse becomes concerned because as they sit in the waiting room they are sneezing and yawning and have teary eyes. With what substance are these withdrawal signs associated? Correct1HeroinIncorrect2Cocaine3Morphine4PhenobarbitalResearch indicates that sneezing yawning and teary eyes are the first physical signs of withdrawal from heroin. Depression and irritability accompany withdrawal from cocaine. Restlessness shakiness hallucinations and sometimes coma accompany withdrawal from morphine. Insomnia seizures weakness sweating and anxiety accompany withdrawal from phenobarbital. MULTISYSTEM CONCEPTS

Answer: While a client is being interviewed on her first prenatal visit she states that she has a 4-year-old son who was born at 41 weeks’ gestation and a 3-year-old daughter who was born at 35 weeks’ gestation and lost one pregnancy at 9 weeks and another at 18 weeks. Using the GTPAL system how would you record this information?1G5 T1 P1 A2 L22G4 T1 P1 A2 L23G4 T2 P0 A0 L24G5 T2 P1 A1 L2 NEURO
A 20-year-old homeless client at 38 weeks’ gestation visits the prenatal clinic for the first time. She is accompanied by her 21-year-old boyfriend who is the father of the baby. The nurse becomes concerned because as they sit in the waiting room they are sneezing and yawning and have teary eyes. With what substance are these withdrawal signs associated? Correct1HeroinIncorrect2Cocaine3Morphine4Ph…

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