16 - Ethanol Part3

16 - Ethanol Part3 - What are the Clinical features of...

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What are the Clinical features of What are the Clinical features of Alcohol Intake?? Alcohol Intake?? Acute alcohol intoxication Pathological intoxication Alcohol abuse Alcohol dependence Alcohol withdrawal                a)Uncomplicated                b)Alcohol withdrawal fits                    c)Alcohol withdrawal delirium                d)Wernicke's encephalopathy                e)Korsakoff's syndrome                f)Alcoholic syndrome
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Acute alcohol intoxication Acute alcohol intoxication Acute alcohol intoxication, or alcohol poisoning, can occur after the ingestion of a large amount of alcohol Psychological and physical effect diminish as alcohol is eliminated from the body
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Stages of intoxication: Stages of intoxication: 1 . Excitemen Tendency to lose emotional restraint To be less critical and to lose control over one’s moral integrity
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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16 - Ethanol Part3 - What are the Clinical features of...

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