← Drugs Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act
- Controlled Release
- a slows release of drug. drugs coated to provide pain relief over time
- b 2005, limited access to cough medicine with ephedrine or pseudeoephedrine, put them behind counter, only buy 3 packs, name and ID are logged
- c narcotic, schedule 1. causes euphoric feeling, releases endorphins. withdrawal when not high. treated by methadone
- d memory loss, effect of drugs
- e a decrease in oxygen in the bloodstream
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- method of delivery changes how a drug affects someone
Dose: how much. Toxicity: how potent.
anything is lethal in a certain amount
- drugs that are inhaled. cause instant, but very short high. toxins, poisons, pollutants-glue, paint thinner. causes immediate death of brain cells, hypoxia.
- stimulant drug produced in labs and homes. serious withdrawal, extremely addictive, intense high, users unable to function in society
- stimulant drug, schedule 2. seen as safe because prescription drug; for ADHD, asthma, narcolepsy. people take to stay awake, loose weight, get high, performance enhancer. causes heart strain/damage, kidney/liver damage, Psychosis/paranoia
- Drugs that slow down your nervous system
Alcohol, GHB, Rohypnol. effects: confusion, relaxation, memory loss
5 True/False Questions
Anabolic steroids → male hormone testosterone. used to help performance in sports.
fibrillation → lethal condition when the heart doesn't beat normally. caused by stimulant drugs
Hallucinogen → narcotic, schedule 1. causes euphoric feeling, releases endorphins. withdrawal when not high. treated by methadone
Cocaine → stimulant drug, schedule 2. medical use-numbing agent. makes you active, decreases appetite. high lasts 15-30min, dangerous to heart, causes crash.
Narcotics/Opiates → randomly falling asleep