Nursing Responsibilities
The nurse in charge should have been aware of his behavior becoming exaggerated and that he was getting out of control, and called the doctor for a medication adjustment then, and this incident would have been avoided. Since the problem arose because the patient had not been monitored correctly, the nurse in charge should be held responsible for the cost of the pizzas.

2. This patient suffering from major depression is manifesting signs of committing suicide by wanting to give away personal possessions, saying she won't need them anymore after Saturday (Depression, 2005). The nur

 
 
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