Option 4 is incorrect because the symptoms of a panic attack involve acute onset of generalized and severe physiologic symptoms throughout the body and an anxiety level so high that the person fears immediate death. The symptoms of hypochondriasis, however, are more frequently limited to one or several body systems.
Option 1 is incorrect because, while it is true that clients experiencing alcohol withdrawal delirium are disoriented and confused, reality orientation is secondary to interventions to preserve life and physiologic functioning. Option 2 is incorrect as restraints should not be applied routinely when clients are delirious. Other safety measures should be attempted first, and restraints should be used only to provide safety and allow physiologic, life-preserving actions. Application of restraints generally leads to increased agitation and physically resistive behaviors. Option 3 is incorrect because referral to Alcoholics Anonymous is an appropriate later intervention. The client who is in alcohol withdrawal delirium is at grave physiologic risk, and the priority interventions are those designed to preserve life.
X = 4.5 ml
X = 2
Step 3: divide both sides by 10,000 to end up with 0.9=X
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