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What is the lineage of coping mechanisms?
predisposed factors--precipitating stressors-- primary appraisal of stressors--secondary appraisal of coping res--coping mechanisms: constructive or self devaluation--continuum of response--adaptive resp: assertion to frustraion to passivity; maladaptive resp: passive to aggression to rage
In dealing with aggression, when is it the ONLY time to talk the pt down?
During the vulnerable state
What happens in the Active state?
Too late to talk down; typically pt is 50% stronger and will take many persons to restrain
When is it legal to restrain?
When you can show that measures/steps were taken to talk pt down during the vulnerable state.
If pt is restrained, what needs to happen?
release restrains every 15 minutes. And pt has to be in-line vision 24 hrs...until released.
What happens after active crisis?
The pt becomes vulnerable again in the RESTORATION stage.
What should be done in the restoration stage?
Talk to pt and explain what happened and why s/he was restarined. This is the BEST time for learning.