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Pathophysiology: Schizoaffective Disorder
There is no known cause. It is diagnosed when the client has the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia and meets the criteria for a major affect or mood disorder. The client has depressive disorder (non-specified), generalized anxiety disorder, and has had hallucinations, disorganized thoughts, feels like people are talking about him, and has a flat affect. Client has had this illness since he was young. Neurotransmitters affected are dopamine and glutamate. Videbeck p. 252-253

DSM IV Criteria includes:
An uninterrupted period of illness, delusions and hallucinations are present for at least 2 weeks in the absence of a major mood episode, a major mood episode is present majority of the duration, and disturbance is not due to direct physiological effects of a substance or general medical condition. DSM IV TR p. 319-323

Pathophysiology: Schizoaffective Disorder
There is no known cause. It is diagnosed when the client has the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia and meets the criteria for a major affect or mood disorder. The client has depressive disorder (non-specified), generalized anxiety disorder, and has had hallucinations, disorganized thoughts, feels like people are talking about him, and has a flat affect. Client has had this illness since he was young. Neurotransmitters affected are dopamine and glutamate. Videbeck p. 252-253

DSM IV Criteria includes:
An uninterrupted period of illness, delusions and hallucinations are present for at least 2 weeks in the absence of a major mood episode, a major mood episode is present majority of the duration, and disturbance is not due to direct physiological effects of a substance or general medical condition. DSM IV TR p. 319-323

Concept Map
Goal: Client will verbalize and demonstrate techniques to control anxiety by 9/18/2012. 1. Nurse will monitor the client for depression each shift by 9/17/2012. 2. Nurse will observe for adverse changes if anti-anxiety drugs are taken each shift 9/17/2012. 3. Nurse will encourage a quiet environment with diversion each shift by 9/17/2012. Goal: Client will verbalize and demonstrate techniques to control anxiety by 9/18/2012. 4. Nurse will monitor the client for depression each shift by 9/17/2012. 5. Nurse will observe for adverse changes if anti-anxiety drugs are taken each shift 9/17/2012. 6. Nurse will encourage a quiet environment with diversion each shift by 9/17/2012. Goal: Client will discuss feelings that accompany impaired social interactions by 9/18/2012. 1. Nurse will monitor the clients’ use of defense mechanisms, and support healthy defenses by 9/17/2012. 2. Nurse will spend time with client each shift by 9/17/2012. 3. Nurse will encourage physical participation in activities by 9/17/2012. Goal: Client will discuss feelings that accompany impaired social interactions by 9/18/2012. 4. Nurse will monitor the clients’ use of defense mechanisms, and support healthy defenses by 9/17/2012. 5. Nurse will spend time with client each shift by 9/17/2012. 6. Nurse will encourage physical participation in activities by 9/17/2012. Impaired social interaction r/t impaired communication patterns AEB discomfort in social situations. Ackley p. 763-766

Impaired social interaction r/t impaired communication patterns AEB discomfort in social situations. Ackley p. 763-766
Axis I:Schizoaffective Disorder, Anxiety NOS, Depressive Disorder NOS Axis II:none
Axis III: Hyperlipidemia, Chronic Constipation, Hypothyroidism, Vitamin D insufficiency Axis IV:unavailable
Axis V: unavailable
Axis I:Schizoaffective Disorder, Anxiety NOS, Depressive Disorder NOS Axis II:none
Axis III: Hyperlipidemia, Chronic Constipation, Hypothyroidism, Vitamin D insufficiency Axis IV:unavailable
Axis V: unavailable
Goal: Client will recognize need for medications and understand by 9/18/2012. 1. Nurse will observe clients ability to learn and previous knowledge of...
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