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List the seven drug categories
CNS Depressants
CNS Stimulants
Hallucinogens
Dissociative Anesthetics
Narcotic Analgesics
Inhalants
Cannabis
Define Drug
Any substance, which when taken into the human body, can impair the ability of the person to operate a vehicle safely.
Drug categories that usually lower the pulse rate and blood pressure
CNS Depressants
Narcotic Analgesics
The foot the subject will stand on first on One Leg Stand test.
Left
Drug categories that usually induce HGN.
CNS Depressants
Dissociative Anesthetics
Inhalants
The HIGHER number in blood pressure.
Systolic
Time period subject must estimate during the Romberg Balance test.
30 seconds
"Normal" pupil size range.
2.5 mm to 5.0 mm
Pulse point in the crease of the wrist.
Radial
Pupils of unequal size, greater than .5 mm
Head injury
Distinct, validated clues for Finger to Nose test.
None
Chloral Hydrate
CNS Depressant
Active ingredient in Cannabis.
THC
"Normal" range for the Systolic value in blood pressure.
120-140
Two organs where alcohol is most readily absorbed.
Stomach
Small intestine
"Normal" pulse range
60-90
Number of validated clues for Walk and Turn test.
Eight
Where alcohol is most metabolized.
Liver
"Normal" diastolic range
70-90
Drug category that causes pupils to constrict
Narcotic Analgesics
The Autonomic Nervous Sub-system has sympathetic nerves and ? nerves.
Parasympathetic
Miosis
Constricted Pupils
Overlapping Effect
One drug does effect some indicator of impairment and the other drug has no effect whatsoever on that indicator.
(Something+Nothing=Something)
Ritalin
CNS Stimulant
Synapse
Gap between two nerve cells
Distinct, validated clues for the Romberg test
None