5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Phase III of HIV infection
- Drug combination therapy
- a is an inflammatory disorder of the airways, which causes
attacks of wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and
- b marks the beginning of AIDS. The helper T cell count is 200 or less and AIDS-defining conditions develop, such as opportunistic infections.
- c - AIDS treatment program in which patients take more than one drug.
- d a disease in which a person has a physical or psychological dependence on drinks that contain alcohol
- e is a sticky, black substance in tobacco smoke
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Illegal drugs can have permanent effects on the brain and the body.
You can become addicted.
You can catch infectious diseases from needles.
- -injected, snorted, or smoked drug. It causes confusion, distortion of reality, and numbness.
- genital and anal warts. Abnormal pap smear. No cure, can be frozen or surgically removed.
- illness due to an organism that causes disease in people with weakened immune systems.
- Human papilloma virus, Genital herpes, Hepatitis, and HIV
5 True/False Questions
Short term and long term effects of drug abuse → damage many organs, kill brain cells, can cause sudden death.impaired learning and memory, hyperthermia, rapid or irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, heart attack, sudden death, dangerously slow breathing, seizures, coma, loss of memory, loss of muscle control.
Stimulants → are drugs that temporarily increase a person's energy and alertness
Mainstream smoke → is the smoke that escapes from the tip of a lit cigarette, cigar, or pipe. This can be as much as half of the total smoke.
risk factors of alcoholism → age, social enviroment, genetics, and a risk taking personality
drug abuse → is the intentional improper or unsafe use of a drug.