3 Research has not yet determined the relationship between genetics and

3 research has not yet determined the relationship

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3 Research has not yet determined the relationship between genetics and substance use disorders, particularly regarding why some people are more prone to addiction than others. 4 Research has not yet determined the relationship between genetics and substance use disorders, particularly regarding why some people are more prone to addiction than others. PTS: 1 CON: Addiction 18. ANS: 2 Chapter number and title: 69, Substance Use Disorders in the Adult Population Chapter learning objective: Describing the difference between physical dependence and substance use disorders and key features of both Chapter page reference: 1516-1527 Heading: Substances and Clinical Manifestations Copyright © 2017 F. A. Davis Company
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Integrated Processes: Teaching and Learning Client Need: Physiological Integrity – Physiological Adaptation Cognitive level: Application [Applying] Concept: Addiction Difficulty: Moderate Feedback 1 The patient may be physically dependent on the substance, but not necessarily addicted. Increasing frequency and amount of use creates physical dependence, in which the body becomes so dependent on the substance that without it, withdrawal symptoms will begin. Continued use leads to a breakdown in patterns of daily living, part of the addictive process. Addiction, not physical dependence, is considered a disease state. 2 The patient may be physically dependent on the substance, but not necessarily addicted. Increasing frequency and amount of use creates physical dependence, in which the body becomes so dependent on the substance that without it, withdrawal symptoms will begin. Continued use leads to a breakdown in patterns of daily living, part of the addictive process. Addiction, not physical dependence, is considered a disease state. 3 The patient may be physically dependent on the substance, but not necessarily addicted. Increasing frequency and amount of use creates physical dependence, in which the body becomes so dependent on the substance that without it, withdrawal symptoms will begin. Continued use leads to a breakdown in patterns of daily living, part of the addictive process. Addiction, not physical dependence, is considered a disease state. 4 The patient may be physically dependent on the substance, but not necessarily addicted. Increasing frequency and amount of use creates physical dependence, in which the body becomes so dependent on the substance that without it, withdrawal symptoms will begin. Continued use leads to a breakdown in patterns of daily living, part of the addictive process. Addiction, not physical dependence, is considered a disease state. PTS: 1 CON: Addiction 19. ANS: 4 Chapter number and title: 69, Substance Use Disorders in the Adult Population Chapter learning objective: Describing the clinical manifestations of specific substances commonly used by persons with a substance use disorder Chapter page reference: 1516-1527 Heading: Substances and Clinical Manifestations Integrated Processes: Nursing Process: Assessment Client Need: Physiological Integrity – Physiological Adaptation
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