Drug_Ed_Test 3 Koofer 2

Drug_Ed_Test 3 Koofer 2 - Ft “v EDHL 3534 Drug Eciucatinn...

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Unformatted text preview: Ft}; “v EDHL 3534 - Drug Eciucatinn Test #3 Multiple Chnice: Darken the number that heat answers the questinn. 1. Opiates, such as epium, morphine. and codeine, are classified as l. synthetic pruducts 2.. Semisynthetic narcctics (ED natural substances 4. natural internal bud? substances . 5. all at the atacnre 2. Ef’fsmsles cf internal ‘scdy substances c: chemicals that haste an upiuin-ljke erfect are sndnrphiua . 2. opiums ' 3. methadones 4.. densernle ' 5. etnrphines r3 "Inn—n-i _ ‘ . . . 3. When an cpictcl 1.5 used as an analgesic, it is. being used tn treat 1. diarrhea 2. snughissg X'r-HT—‘pain all nt' the ahcve fire "I--_ 5. nnne nf the ahuve e. :‘L syn thetis narcntic drug that is used in hereinaietusnficatiun, is lung-lasting, and iminates the need for a patient tn medication at heme is; " 1* Methannne ' <93 Least 3. Demetnl 4. Darren 5. nnne cf the abuse :1. The narcntie whnse effects are :1 thousand times more potent. than these of morphine is 1. thehain ‘2. hzrtimmnrphine “in DJC'jEGdDflE ‘-" CE.’ ,‘emrphine r Ll": I1 0 fl. I'fl r. ".I In natural. sen:o’.syntheticI and synthetic narcotics. the one drug that accounts - ' arly 90% of opioid abuse in the United States is opium If morphine {ED—- heroin 4. codeine 5. methadone When both the cost and the efl'ectiyeness of techniques for tresting schizophrenics are considered, (:5 phenothissines are best and least costly 2. psychotherapy is best and most costly phenothiazhies are best, and eiecrrocnnvulsiye therapy is least costly 3. - e. psychotherapy is poorest and most costly 5. none of the above A major side effect of the phenothiszines is 51:) extrapyrainidsl symptoms 2. decreased responsiyeness to external stimuli 3. sgrsnuiccytcsis 4. decreased effectiveness of the reward system. 5. none of the above - ' “Hfhe drugisi of choice in the treats-tent of unipolar depression is {are}: fit 'L- amphetamines @- tricyclics 3. lithium. t. phe no thiarines 5. stimulants monanfine oicidase inhibitors tficyciics __q_‘__.. lithium 4;. phenothiacines 5. stimulants :1. The drugis} of choice in the treatment of ‘oipoiar depression is {are}: [film'me 1- --- I ‘3 lull-it'd ti-amt'lety drugs 1. can cure neurosis 2. are not more effective than placebos in alleviating anxieties i 3. affect only the symptoms of neurosis ' t 4. "are the roost fi-equently used drugs to commit suicide 'l-I—I'F'J n a. have no side effects _ .: Antipaychotio drugs are another name for 1 jar tranquilizers 1"... minor tranquilizers 3. barbiturates _ t. nonbarbiturates 5. inhalant-e . Which of the following is. not a force of antidepressant? ' 1. tricyclic ‘ . 2. Prozac 'T L.) quatracyolic e. Eiuoitetine _Hll'hioh of the following antidepressants has had much recent bad publicity about potential dangers asaociated with its use? . 1. Eitwil 2; Tofranil "'3‘: Prozac “Iva—In" 4. none of the above 5. 1"- sently, methaquaione {Quaaludeal has is 1. jun medical use important medical use r! -..-u '1 a... a low potential for abuse 5. many valuable characteristics 3. Earhiturates can be subclassifieti into groups haed upon r. 1. their cost 2. how they are used I: 3.} the rapidity of the onset and duration of the efi'ecta 4. 1when. they were discovered I ' ‘ to. their medical and non-medical uses ell-r (Ian? cf the harbith have hcncficial uses in. mcdcm medical practice as 1 anesthetic 2. sedative 3. anticpflcptic GD :11 cf the above _ 5. ncnc. cf the a}:ch .r" E. Cccainc influences primarily which ncurctransmittcr {blocks I'E'upt-akej? 1. acmtcnin 2. gaha fl: dopamine * _ 4. ncuc cf the above 9. To say a. firug exert: a hypnotic cfl’cct is to any that the dmg will inéucc -. hallucinacicnc 2 l ' fl dc usmuc afi sleep 4. scdaticn {1. Which of the qucw-ing is a. nan-barbiturate EadafivE-hy'pnctic? . phencbarhital é) mcprcbmate ' 3. amciaarhital J.- bucaharbital 1. ‘fi'm'ch cf the {Dunc-ring has been :cfencd to as age "date rape" drug? 1. Ecstacy c2": Rahan 3. Valium 4. Prczac 2. Benzcdiaccpinea'arc ' l. majcr :ranquiliccra 2. 50121:; hypnotic tings fi‘ , . . @- anti-emery drug's - 4.. antipcfirchctic drugs 3. Which of Ithc fallch drugs was. rat'cn-cd to as “mackcut bags“ or a "hfickcjr Finn“? fichlum amt;- 2. gal-aldehyde 3. china. white - "15:? 4. brcmidcs f ' ducation. Tesc 3'“- l n .. Which of the following drugs was used in traating mental illness and left patients with bad breath and resulted in a noxious smell in clinic Wards? (L a 1. chloral hydrate @Pmldehsde 3. china white 4. bromides -. Which of the following drug’s was used as a hypnotic but was thought to he too dangerous because of the potential for psychosis? am. 1,]? £2 1. chloral hydrate L J ' 2. pat-aldehyde ' china white 3. j? bromides i. Which phase of methadone maintenance is focused at determining a stabilization dose? :33) Phase! 2- Phase H ‘3. Phase III LI Vii-h. Phase IV '. 1il‘ii'hich phase of methadone maintenance is characterized by the patient coming to the clinic to get methadone? 1. Phase I “"72? -‘ Phase II 3. Phase III 4. Phase 11;" 3. Which phase of methadone maintenance is characterised by taking the methadone at home and visiting the' clinic one time each week? -_ | 1. Phase I 2‘.“ Phase II :32} PhasE‘IH a. - Phase IV 9. Cocaine can be administered ; 1. through snorting 2. through injection 3. as a *rapor 'fitfln of the aboire . Crack is approximately how Jinan:r times more potent than cocaine? 1. five Hgn" ten . 3. fifteen ' I 4. Went? ' L. Daily use of cocaine with some degree of deterioration for the user is w cocaine abuse? 1. recreational C2} intensified 3. 4 hat pattern of compulsive soda]. performance boredom. use Ejl'ocaethyiene is the product of cocaine ancl " 1. heroin 2. 3‘); alcohol ' INT—“glue 4. Tee DEM provides criteria :‘or 1. determining if an ER visit is dug-related "'T .1 classifidng mental disorders 3. circh screening thresholds e. classifying drug metabolism 5. Which of the folIoai'ing is 5. some ' ' 1. tricyciics j) prozac' 3 eiavil 4. tofranil F1534. Drug Education. n5; 3 . FL 1'. itan . ii , Repetitive sucking and smacking mavement of the lips and protrusion ef the tongue are symptoms at _ _ ' 1. acute cocaine ten‘eitjr 2. henaediazepine psychesis 3. fermieatiea :9 tardive dyakinesia V. teem; Banter. in the number that best describes the term on the iati. ages of :e;er:£snc:r :es::i;tien ueaaieaal use: 44" r' 1. 1-D; Seeue' .1 . tabilized junkie 3» 2. ‘Hustie' plus jeh ' Street junkie 5 1. Lives 'Eix tn Eix" :. Freewheeiiaq junkie ] 4. Inexgesienee with. :1:ng culture I True False. Dari n "l." for True. Barker: "2" far False. i. Methaqualnne (Quaalades': are only legaily available as a hy'pneti‘e. P 'h 2. Accurdiag to the *ritlee Hacked an Herein. methadune is mere addictive than herein. ’1 3. Aeeerriing tn the 'ritieu Heeneci an Herein. :he herein available today is pure: than the ff herein selti in the lETDs. «i. Awarding tn the «rides Hooked on Hemin. there has been a aig‘nifitant nemase in F; herein use amen; :he middle class. :5. interning tn the new Hooked on Herein. aug‘nerie retail is the key reasen people F stay efi' herein having successfiilljr completed rehabilitation. is: fluctuating tn the 43 Hears *r‘ltiee. On Spring Break, eer‘perate America has an 4 eeanuuuu interest in. spring breaks. ' 1" "I"'L-. ._...'-- :..-.... -:.1.- m a: ..... "4.1-... (‘1... than" Emma. m“. .1”. flame 4-... p.11". 11] .a'f‘ ‘ ...
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