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  1. flashbacks
  2. what are the 2 questions of importance with assessing an addict
  3. what are some effects of the use of CNS depressants
  4. what are some intoxicatin effects of opiates
  5. heronin IV and smoking
  1. a constirctied pupils, decreased respiration, drowsiness, decreased bp, slurred speech, psychomotor retardation, uphoria follwo by dysphoria, impaired attention and judgment and memory
  2. b transitory recurrences of perceptual distrubance caused by a person earlier hallucinogenic durg use when her or she is in a durg free state
  3. c slurred speech, decreased bp, aggression, impaired judgement, social or occupational function, impaired attention or memory irritabilty
  4. d have you drunk or used drugs more than you meant to?
    have you felt like you wanted to cut down and could not?
  5. e constipation, dermatitis, malnutrition, hypoglycemia, dental caries, amenorrhea

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. impaired driving , slurred speech
  2. annoyed when someone talks about your use
  3. have i excused or ingnored
  4. fatigue, depression, agitation, apathy, anxiety, sleepiness, disorientation, lethargy, craving
  5. autonomic hyperactivity, sever disturbance in sensorium, perceptual disturbances, fluctuation levels of consciousness, paranoid, agitated fever 100-103

5 True/False questions

  1. nicotine smokinghigly addictive alters mood, appetite legal

          

  2. Over dose of stimulantsfatigue, depression, agitation, apathy, anxiety, sleepiness, disorientation, lethargy, craving

          

  3. ENABLED what does the L stand forliked to use drugs and alcohol my selft to relax

          

  4. the three c's of addictioncraving/ complusive patterns
    continued use despite adverse consequences
    loss of control

          

  5. codependencepeople who are often exhigit over responsiblie behavior- doing for others what others could do for themselves