A．The client has regular obsessions.
B．Relaxation techniques and psychotherapy are necessary for cure.
C．Nightmares and flashbacks are common in individuals who suffer from generalized anxiety disorder.
D．Generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by anxiety that lasts longer than 6 months.
A．Soak in a hot tub for 30 minutes three times a day.
B．Take an antihistamine and use calamine lotion on the lesions.
C．Take acetaminophen and use an antibiotic ointment on the lesions.
D．Remove lesions crusts as they form.
A．Calling him daily for the first week after hospital discharge.
B．Having a family member monitor him to ensure compliance.
C．Providing him with written and verbal instructions about the medicine.
D．Emphasizing that embarrassing seizures may occur again if he does not take the medicine.
A．Estrogen therapy eliminates the need for supplemental calcium intake.
B．Estrogen therapy can reduce the risk of menopausal bone loss.
C．The risk of uterine cancer is decreased after menopause.
D．Smoking is associated with a later onset of menopause.
A．Cotton wadding lining of the cast has shrunk.
B．An infection has developed under the cast.
C．Child's feet were in a dependent position.
D．Child has outgrown the spica cast.