Chapters covered: 1, 2, 3, 4,16,18,38 Controlled substances Schedule 1-5 Schedule I: High abuse potential and no accepted medical use Examples: heroin, marijuana, LSD Schedule II: High abuse potential with severe dependence liability Find mostly find pain medications and narcotics in this schedule. Examples: narcotics, amphetamines, and barbiturates, hydrocodone, oxycodone(OxyContin), methadone, hydromorphone (Dilaudid), Schedule III (C-III): Less abuse potential than schedule II drugs and moderate dependence liability (nonbarbiturate sedatives, nonamphetamine stimulants, limited amounts of certain narcotics) Examples: ketamine, anabolic steroids, testosterone, appetite suppressants Schedule IV (C-IV): Less abuse potential than schedule III and limited dependence liability (some sedatives, antianxiety agents, and nonnarcotic analgesics) Example: Benzodiazepine aka Benzos. Benzodiazepines are a class of drugs primarily used for treating anxiety. Schedule V (C-V): Limited abuse potential. Primarily small amounts of narcotics (codeine) used as antitussives or antidiarrheals. Examples: Robitussin AC, Lomotil, Motofen, Lyrica, Parepectolin Nursing process ADOPIE : Assessment, Diagnosis, Outcome, Identification, Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation · Assessment – Collects Client Health Data it is systematic and continuous collection, validation and communication of client data as compared to what is standard/norm. it includes the client’s perceived needs, health problems, related experiences, health practices, values and lifestyles. o Subjective Data - include the client's feelings and statements about his or her health problems o Objective Data - observable, measurable information that can be validated or verified Diagnosis – Analyzing Assessment Data to Determine Diagnoses
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