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Continued use despite social, occupational, psychological and physical problems
Abuse
Acquired resistance to the effects of drugs
tolerance
stopping of a drug that results in symptoms that would be relieved by taking the drug
Withdrawal
both tolerance and withdrawal and person unable to abstain from drug use
Addicition
Effect intensified or prolonged for either or both drugs
Synergistic Effect
Combination of drugs that weaken or inhibit each other
Antagonistic effect
The hardest drug to get over, which has the most dependence is ______
Tobacco
Nurses role in tobacco use is :
education
encouragement,
approach with _________ attitude
Non-judgemental
Intellectual deficits, physical abnormalities, cardian and joint and limb deformities are cause when a mom drinks
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
C
A
G
E
Cut Down?
Annoyed?
Guility?
Eye Opener
MAST has ____ questions to ask
26
BAL is the USA is
0.08
Causes these GI problems:
____- abdominal Distension
_______- pain, epigastric radiating to back
______- Anemia, tarry stool, coffee ground throw up
______-Aciditic, Reflux
Cirrohis
Panreatitis
GI bleed
Gastritis
These are all longterm ______________ symptoms:
Seizure disorder
Wernicke's encephalopathy
Korsakoff Syndromw
Neurological
This stage of withdrawal lasts for 24-72 hours and includes, anxiety, agitation, tremors, ^pulse and BP and Nausea and vomiting
Early Stage
In this phase of withdrawal, people have the DT's and ^ temp, p and BP, sezuires and visual hallinations
LAter
The 4 P's are?
^Pulse
^Perspiration
^ psychomotor changes
^ dilated pupils
the 3 S's are
Secure Environment
Sedation
Supplementation
With sedation they use anti-________ medications like librium, AZ medications and also anti-________ meds like dilantin and mag sulfate
Anxiety
Seizure
BIG ??????
With supplementation you want to push multi-vitamins, but especially what else?
Thiamine
Folic Acid
Magnesium
This medication blocks impulsiveness to have a drink and also you need to sign a written consent form before taking medication on your own
Antabuse
You cannot use or take Rubbing alcohol, vanilla extract or cough syrup while taking ________
Antabuse
The medication REvia prevents the _________ for alochol
Craving
Without ____________ Wernickes Encephalopathy and Korsakoff Syndrome can occur
Thiamine
Delirum with cranial nerve dysfunction causing symptoms of mental status change, and paralysis of extraocular movements
Wernicke's Encephalopathy
Wernicke's Encephalopathy is or is not reversible???
It is reversible
Dementia with loss of recent memory, causing psychosis with amensia
UN-REVERSIBLE!
Korsakoff's Syndrome
People who are co-dependent to the abuser are ________
Enablers