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Psych Drugs Test 3

Psych Nursing 221 - Units 5-7 Drug Information for test 3

QuestionAnswer
Drug category used to control pain. Opioids (Narcotics)
Anticonvulsant used to treat stimulatn dependency and prevent seizures during alcohol withdrawal. Tegretol.
Drug catggory that causes psychosis. Hallucinogens.
Medication used to treat nicotine dependency. WellBUTrin (ZyBAN)
Medication used to treat opioid overdose. Narcan
Medication used to treat hallucinogen dependency. Valium.
Medication used to treat heroin dependency. Methadone.
Antidepressant used to treat stimulant dependency. Norpramin (TCA)
Drug category that causes increased mental alertness. Stimulants.
Dopamine releaser used to treat stimulant dependency. Symmetrel ("Keeps dopamine symmetrical")
Substance that may cause ataxia and blackouts. Alcohol.
Dopamine agonist used to treat stimulant dependency. Parlodel.
Medication that causes sensitivity to alcohol. Antabuse.
Medication class used to treat eating disorders. Antidepressants.
Medication class used to treat alcohol withdrawal. Antianxiety.
Medication used to reduce alcohol craving. ReVia.
Action of alcohol. Depresses the CNS.
Name 8 Narcotics/Opioids: Methadone, Fentanyl, Dilaudid, Morphine, Demerol, Heroin, Codeine, & Oxycontin
Name 5 Chemicals of dependence classified as CNS Depressants Inhalants, Sedative/hypnotics, Barbiturates, Alcohol, Benzodiazepines (I should build a bear)
Name 5 stimulants with potential for dependence/abuse: Cocaine, Amphetamines, caffeine, nicotine, ecstasy (candy CANE)
Name 5 chemicals with potential for abuse calssified as hallucinogens. PCP, LSD, Mescaline, Psilocybin, Marijuana (please let me phone Mary)
Hallucinogens work by... Inhibiting serotonin reuptake.
How do opioids/narcotics work? By stimulating specific neurotransmitter receptor sites.
How do stimulants work? By blocking norepinephrine and dopamine reuptake.
Sedation, Ataxia, Initial Relaxation, Irritability and Depression are S&S of what? Effects of CNS depressants.
Suicidal behavior, loud slurred speech, confusion, memory deficit, decreased attention span and blackouts are S&S of what? The effects of CNS depressants.
Shallow respirations, clammy skin, dilated pupils, weak rapid pulse, coma and death are S&S of what? CNS depressant overdose.
Diaphoresis, N&V, HA, seizures, VS changes, Insomnia, and Tremors are S&S of what? CNS depressant withdrawal syndrome.
Agitation, irritability, anxiety, cravings, restlessness, disorientation/confusion, hallucinations, and death are S&S of what? CNS depressant withdrawal syndrome.
Hallucinations, paranoia, insomnia, hyperactivity, seizures, panic, depression are S&S of what? Hallucinogen overdose
Anxiety, craving, restlessness, irritability are S&S of what? Hallucinogen withdrawal.
Dilated pupils, paranoia, anxiety, panic, depersonalization, confusion, increased awarenss of reality, psychosis are S&S of what? Effects of hallucinogens.
Relife of pain, respiratory depression, constricted pupils, constipation and euphoria are S&S of what? Opioid/Narcotic effects.
Respiratoyr depression, pulmonary edema, pinpoint pupils, seizures, coma and death are S&S of what? Opioid/Narcotic overdose.
Yawning, tearing, rhinorrhea, diaphoresis and chills are S&S of what? Opioid/Narcotic withdrawal syndrome.
Goose bumps, tachycardia, hypertension, N/V, dilated pupils are S&S of what? Opioid/narcotic withdrawal syndrome.
Irritability, craving, leg spasms, muscle aches, and diarrhea are S&S of what? Opioid/Narcotic withdrawal syndrome.
Increased motor strength, anorexia, increased sexual stimulation and dilated pupils are S&S of what? Stimulant effects.
Nasal septum perforation, euphoria, increased speech, and increased mental alertness are S&S of what? Stimulant effects.
Delirium, psychosis, violence, tachycardia, hypertension, coma, hyperreflexia, and MI are S&S of what? Stimulant overdose.
Drowsiness, Dysphoria, depression and anxiety are S&S of what? Stimulant withdrawal syndrome.
Irritability, craving, anhedonia, and fatigue are S&S of what? Stimulatn withdrawal syndrome.
Abilify antipsychotic
Thorazine antipsychotic
Seroquel antipsychotic
Prolixin antispychotic
Trilafon antipsychotic
Stelazine antipsychotic
Haldol antipsychotic
Navane antipsychotic
Loxitane antipsychotic
Artane antipsychotic
Akineton Antiparkinson
Benadryl Antiparkinson
Mellaril Antipsychotic
Risperdal Consta Antipsychotic
Clozaril Antipsychotic
Risperdal Antipsychotic
Zyprexa Antipsychotic
Geodon Antipsychotic
Miltown Propanediols - Other antianxiety meds
Neurontin Anticonvulsant/antimanic
Lamictal Anticonvulsant/antimanic
Lithium Antimanic
Tegretol Anticonvulsant/Antimanic
Depakote Anticonvulsant/antimanic
Norpramin Tricyclic Antidepressant
Prozac SSRI/Antidepressant
Pamelor Tricyclic Antidepressant
Sinequan Tricyclic Antidepressant
Remeron Other antidepressant
Strattera Other antidepressant
Wellbutrin Other antidepressant
Tofranil Tricyclic antidepressant
Anafranil Tricyclic antidepressant
Effexor Other antidepressant
Cymbalta Other antidepressant
Paxil SSRI antidepresant
Luvox SSRI antidepressant
Desyrel Other antidepressant
Parnate MAOI
Celexa SSRI antidepressant
Lexapro SSRI Antidepressant
Marplan MAOI antidepressant
Nardil MAOI antidepressant
Elavil Tricyclic antidepressant
Ascendin Tricyclic antidepressant
Zoloft SSRI antidepressant
Valium Benzodiazepine
Atarax Anxiolytic
Propanediols Other Antianxiety meds
Luvox Other Antianxiety med
Anafranil Other antianxietal
Ambien Other antianxietal
Klonopin Benzodiazepine
SSRI's Other antianxietal meds.
Serax Benzodiazepine
Ativan Benzodiazepine
Antihypertensives Other antianxietal med
BuSpar Other antianxiety med
Tranxene Benzodiazepine
Xanax Benzodiazepine
Trileptal Anticonvulsant
Topamax Anticonvulsant
Gabitril Anticonvulsant
Cogentin Antiparkinson
Vistaril Other antianxiety med
Name the stimulants used to treat AD-HD: Ritalin, Dexedrine, Amphetamine, and Cylert
Produce CNS and respiratory stimulation with weak sympathomimetic activity: Stimulatns used to treat AD-HD.
These drugs increase attention span, motor activity, mental alertness and diminish fatigue in narcoleptic patients CNS Stimulants
Hyperactivity, insomnia, restlessness, tremor, dizziness, headache, irritability. Side effects of CNS Stimulants used to treat AD-HD
Blurred vision, hypertension, palpitation, tachycardia, hypotension are what? Side effects of ADHD stimulants
Rashes, akathisia, dyskinesia are what? More side effects of ADHD stimulants.
Fever, hypersensitivity reactions, physical dependence, psychological dependensce, suppression of weight gain, and tolerance are what? Even more side effects of ADHD stimulants.
What vital signs need to be monitored in patients on ADHD stimulants? Blood pressure, pulse, respirations before and throughout therapy.
What needs to be monitored in children on long-term ADHD stimulant therapy? Growth, both height and weight.
What needs to be watched in children on ADHD stimulant therapy after the drugs begin to wear off? Rebound depression.
ADHD stimulants may produce a false sense of what? Euphoria and well-being. Provide frequent rest periods.
What needs to be assessed in ADHD clients on stimulant therapy? Attention span, impulse control, and interactions with other children.
When is it good to interrupt ADHD stimulant therapy? Periodically during school breaks especially to determine whether symptoms are sufficient to continue therapy.
What "patterns" may be affected by ADHD stimulant therapy? Sleep and eating patterns.
Ritalin ADHD Medication-stimulant
Dexedrine ADHD Medication-stimulant
Adderall ADHD Medication-stimulant
Cylert ADHD Medication-stimulant
Concerta ADHD Medication-stimulant
Clonidine ADHD Alpha Adrenergic
Tenex ADHD Alpha Adrenergic
Strattera SNRI
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