______________ are formerly called narcotics.
They are used for _______.Define: perception, threshold, and tolerance
They interact w/ _______ to stimulate and/or inhibit.
Define: opiate agonists, Opiate partial agonists, opiate antagonists
Monitor for _______ depression.
These have a potential for _______.
GI s/e include:
_______ act similar to morphine to stimulate receptors; examples include:
_______ stimulate some receptors and inhibit others...examples:
Antagonists like _______, are used to reverse resp depression in opiate OD
_______ is used to reduce opiate/ETOH cravings.
Opiate anagesicspain managementperception: individual awareness of feeling/sensation of pain (what it is)threshold: point at which individual first acknowledges/interprets tolerance: individual's ability to endure pain being experiencedreceptorsopiate agonists: anagesics that act at the same sites in the brain to stimulate anagesic effects as morphine does; used for acute, moderate, to severe painopiate antagonists: reverse the CNS depressant effects of opiate agonists and opiate partial agonists; if addicted to opiate, will show s/s of withdrawalrespiratoryabusen/v, constipationagonistspartial agonistsNarcanReVia