ch 61 rx and street drugs

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  1. drugs interfere with brain functioning and create ____-term effects on brain metabolism and activity
    LOOOOOOONG (just like this chapter)
  2. alcohol
    cannabinoids
    depressants
    dissociative anesthetics
    hallucinogens
    opiods and morphine derivatives
    stimulants
    and other compounds are the _______ ________ drugs of abuse
    MOST COMMON
  3. organic substance, leaves/tops/ stems are cut/dried/rolled into cigarettes (maryjane). cannabis leaves (hashish oil) are what?
    cannabinoids
  4. a sedative or anesthetic that reduces nervous or functional activity "downers, sleeping pills, ludes, rophies" are all what?
    depressents
  5. general anesthesia form that promotes dissociation from the environment but not necessariy complete unconsciousness. short term diagnostic or surgical procedures. "angel dust, special k"
    dissociative anesthetics
  6. mind/mental altering properties, e.g. LSD, lysergic acid diethylamide, can produce "flashbacks", MDMA (ecstasy) are what?
    hallucinogens
  7. narcotic substances made from the asian poppy with effects of opium = euphoric effect
    analgesics, anesthetics, antidiarrheal and cough suppressants
    heroin most common in this class (injected, smoked, or snorted)
    these are all what?
    opioids and morphine derivatives
  8. what is a class of drugs that enhances brian activity
    increase in mental alertness and energy, etc
    cocaine hydrochloride powder
    crack cocaine
    crack
    methamphetamine
    ice are all ________
    stimulants
  9. used for muscle building
    lack of energy and irritability followed after euphoria
    severe symptoms include depression and liver disease. these are ______
    steroids
  10. a breathable chemical vapor that produces psychoactive effects
    in paint thinners, gasoline and glue
    these are ______
    inhalants
  11. if someone comes into the office with dilated pupils, they might have had a some ______ before their appt
    cocaine
  12. if someone comes into the office with pinpoint pupils, they may be doing ______
    heroin
  13. cocaine users may not be injected with epi for at least ____ hours!
  14. 24
  15. cocaine can:
    ______ BP
    cause _______
    alter _______ of the heart
    promote a cardiac stimulant
    induce _______
    cause ______ and ________ including sudden cardiac death
    contribute to cardiovascular disease
    • increase
    • vasoconstriction
    • electroactivity
    • angina
    • arrhythmias and palpitations
  16. what are prenatal effects of drug abuse?
    • miscarriage
    • premature birth
    • low birth weight
  17. _____ is a questionnaire administered for drug use detection
    CAGE
  18. what does CAGE stand for?
    • CUT (cut down on your usage?)
    • ANNOYED (been criticized by people for your use?)
    • GUILTY (felt guilty)
    • EYE-OPENER (used first thing in the morning)
  19. a nasopalatal defect can result from ______ _______ snorting
    chronic cocaine
  20. eyes red, inflamed, or bloodshot can indicate:
    marijuana use
  21. the user of amphetamine, LSD, cocaine, and marijane will have ______ pupils
    dilated
  22. herione, morphine, methadone all make pupils ______
    constrict
  23. read pgs 1011 and 1012...i didnt finish these cards and i am not going to :(

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