Preview Assessment Part 3 Test

Preview Assessment - Preview Assessment Part 3 Test Summer(Chapters 8 10 79 total questions Question 1 Multiple Choice 1 points Sudden and

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Preview Assessment Part 3 Test, Summer (Chapters 8 - 10), 79 total questions Question 1 Multiple Choice 1 points Sudden and involuntary muscle spasms of the head, neck, lips, and tongue, slurred speech and eyes is most likely akathesia dystonia tardive dyskinesia Parkinsonism Question 2 Multiple Choice 1 points The first country to implement an NEP was the United States Italy England Netherlands Question 3 Multiple Choice 1 points Demerol is more potent than morphine less potent than morphine the same in potency as morphine not comparable to morphine because it is a stimulant Question 4 Multiple Choice 1 points When the Harrison Act of 19l4 was passed the opiate addict shifted from middle class women to older, wealthy men lower class women older, married women young, lower class men Question 5 Multiple Choice 1 points Manic-depression is an example of a highly curable mental illness a mental illness that is difficult to cure a bipolar affective disorder a unipolar affective disorder Question 6 Multiple Choice 1 points The most common form of depression is
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tripolar bipolar unipolar always accompanied by manic states Question 7 Multiple Choice 1 points A problem with the use of bromides is the resulting high is measured in seconds that bromides build up in the body that bromides induce hallucinations that bromides are carcinogenic Question 8 Multiple Choice 1 points Originally heroin was touted as estrogen replacement a sleeping medication cure for morphine addiction cure for obesity Question 9 Multiple Choice 1 points Clonidine is a drug used to ameliorate heroin withdrawal symptoms be a substitute for heroin heal liver problems from heroin reverse cardiac arrest from heroin overdose Question 10 Multiple Choice 1 points Morphine's actions last approximately how many hours? 1-2 hours 3-4 hours 4-5 hours 6 or more hours Question 11 Multiple Choice 1 points MAOI's work better with patients whose depression is heredity is chronic and has occurred over a two year period becomes less acute as the day progresses becomes more acute as the day progresses
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Heroin was synthesized from marijuana demerol methadone morphine Question 13 Multiple Choice 1 points MAOI's were discovered by accident when iproniazid was being used to treat cancer tuberculosis polio heart disease Question 14 Multiple Choice 1 points A person who loses contact with reality is termed psychotic neurotic manic delusionalý Question 15 Multiple Choice 1 points Which SSRI had much bad publicity but is still popularly prescribed? Zoloft Prozac Pepcid Elavil Question 16 Multiple Choice 1 points Which of the following sedative-hypnotics are not currently used? phenobarbital butabarbital paraldehyde seconal Question 17 Multiple Choice 1 points A condition marked by a dull facial expression, weakness in the extremities, tremors rigidity, and extremely slow and limited movements if referred to as Parkinsonism dystonia
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2008 for the course EDHL 3534 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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Preview Assessment - Preview Assessment Part 3 Test Summer(Chapters 8 10 79 total questions Question 1 Multiple Choice 1 points Sudden and

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