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Substance Misuse

what are some things that substance misusers are at greater risk of? violence, malnourishment, social exclusion, blood borne viruses
what are some of the signs of neonatal abstinence syndrome CNS hyperirritability, GI dysfunction, RDS Autonomic instability
what are the general clinical features of NAS Restlessness, tremors, sleep disturbance, hypertonia, sweating, diarrhoea
what are the specific clinical features of heroin NAS snuffly nose, tachypnoea, cyanosis, apnoea, exaggerated sucking and rooting reflex
how are babys experiencing NAS cared for? quiet dark environment, minimal handling, swaddled, regular feeding of small portions, continuos resp and HR monitoring
what are some of the medications given to relief NAS phenobarbitone, paregonic, morphine
which drug do babies born to drug using mothers not recieve after birth naloxone
Created by: KerriPatton