Flashcards in Substance Abuse II Deck (83)
What are the criteria for caffeine use disorder?
No such thing
What is considered "high dose" caffeine?
What are the criteria for caffeine intoxication? (non -obvious)? How many are needed?
What are the criteria for caffeine withdrawal? How many within a 24 hours timeframe are needed to diganose?
At least 3 within 24 hours:
What is the major issue with Li and Caffeine use?
Diuretic aspect of caffeine may alter [Li]
What is the most widely used illicit substance?
What is the age range that has the highest marijuana use?
True or false: regular users of marijuana had concurrent metal disorders
True or false: most individuals who use cannabis report that they use it solely for pleasure
False--cope with mood, sleep, pain etc
What are the four criteria for marijuana intoxication? How many are needed? Within what time frame?
2 within 2 hours:
What is "K2?
Synthetic cannabinoid--sprayed onto herbal/plant matter
What are the major effects of synthetic cannabinoid?
How reliable are tox screens for K2?
What are the physical effects of K2?
What are the s/sx of cannabis withdrawal?
What are the major phencyclidines?
What are the s/sx of phencyclidine (PCP) use? (5)
What are the complications that can result from phencyclidine use?
What is MDMA?
What are the eye findings with phencyclidine use?
What are the muscle findings of phencyclidine?
What are the CV effects of Phencyclidine intoxication?
How mayn diagnostic criteria are needed, and in what timeframe, for phencyclidine intoxication?
Within 1 hour, at least 2
What are the ocular s/sx of hallucinogenic intoxication?
True or false: there is no withdrawal with inhalant use
What are the general features of inhalant intoxication?
What are the the ocular findings of inhalant use?
What are the motor findings of inhalant intoxication? (4)
What is the common cause of death with inhalant use?