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Substance Abuse

Nursing IV

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CNS Depressants Benzodiazepines, Barbituates, Chloral hydrate, Glutethimide, Meprobamate, Alcohol
CNS Stimulants Cocaine/crack, ampehtamines, dextroamphetamine, methaphetamine, ice
Opiates opium, heroin, meperidine, morphine, codeine, methadone, hydromorphone, fentanyl
Hallucinogens LSD, Mescaline, Psilocybin, PCP
Alcohol intox s/s sleepiness, slurred speach, ataxia, vision pblms,emotional instibility, slowed reflexes, slowed responses, impaired judgement, dialated pupils
Alcohol withdrawal s/s hallucinations, n/v, headache, anorexia, seizures, termors, anxiety, agitation.
Depressants s/s intox slurred speach, impaired judgement, loss of muscle control, shallow respirations, clammy skin, dialated pupils, weak/rapid pulse
Depressant withdrawal s/s anxiety, insomnia, muscle tremors, anorexia, convulsion/seizures, delirium
Stimulants intox s/s anorexia, vomiting, drowsiness, restlessness/hypersomnia, constipation, constriccted/dialated pupils, resp. depression, euphoria, hand tremors, HA, arrhythmias, tachycardia, insomnia, slurred speech, hyperverbal, hallucinations
Stimulants withdrawal s/s excessive thrist, excessive hunger, anorexia, racing thoughts, HA, suicidal idealation, disoreintation, hyperverbal
Opiates/narcotics intox s/s anorexia, vomiting, drowsiness, hypersomnia/restlessness, constipation, constricted/ dialated pupils, resp depression, euphoria/dysphoria, hand tremors, HA, arrhythmias/tachycardia, insomina, slurred speech, hyperverbal, hallucinations, diaphoresis
Opiates/narcotics withdrawal s/s perspiration, yawning, lacrimation, rhinorrhea, anorexia, irritability, tremors, chills, n/v, abd cramps
Hallucinogens/INH labile mood, lacrimation, rhinorrhea, temp hallucinations, slurred speech, loss of muscle control.
CNS Depressants s/s of use Relaxation, loss of inhibitions, lack of concentration, drowsiness, slurred speech
CNS Stimulant s/s of use Hyperactivity, agitation, euphoria, insomnia,anorexia, increased pulse
Opioids s/s of use Euphoria, lethargy, drowsiness, lack of motivation
Hallucinogens s/s of use Visual hallucinations, disorientation, confusion, paranoia, euphoria, anxiety, panic, increased pulse
Cannabinols s/s of use Relaxation, talkativeness, lowered inhibitions, euphoria, mood swings
Inhalants s/s of use Relaxation, loss of inhibitions, lack of concentration, drowsiness, slurred speech
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