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Substance Abuse Disorders Advanced Concepts in Mental Health Nursing Across the Continuum Chapter 22
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Definition-complex disease of the brain represented by craving , seeking , and using regardless of consequences. Substances Alcohol Caffeine Cannabis Hallucinogens Inhalants Opiates Sedatives Hypnotic Anxiolytic Disorders Stimulants Addiction Behaviors o Gambling o Sexual o Shopping o Gaming
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addiction codependence co-occurring disorders intoxication patient-centered care recovery-oriented systems of care (ROSC) Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) substance use disorder tolerance transtheoretical model of care withdrawal Common terms
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Alcohol Use Disorder Caffeine Cannabis Hallucinogen-Related disorders Phencyclidine Inhalant-related Disorders Opiate -related Disorders Sedative, Hypnotic or Anxiolytic Disorders Stimulant -Related Disorders Tobacco-Related Disorders Unknown substance Related Disorder Non-Substance Related Disorders (Gambling) DSM-5
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Epidemiology 50.8% of Americans drink Alcohol 23.1% admit to binge drinking 7% report heavy drinking What does this mean? Table 22-2
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Neurobiological Psychological Sociocultural Etiology
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Based on a pathological pattern of behaviors related to use of the substance. Cluster of cognitive, behavioral, and psychological; symptoms indication that the individual continues using the substance despite significant substance- related problems
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