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Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol withdrawals are benign and do not require medical treatment.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Which body system does stimulants affect?
  1. Muscular
  2. Skelatal
  3. Central Nervous
  4. Respiratory
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Methamphetamine is usually made in home laboratories with household ingredients.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Which class of prescription drugs is commonly abused?
  1. Opioids
  2. CNS depressants
  3. Stimulants
  4. All of the above
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
The drug                  is addictive and delivered through tobacco cigarettes and ground up tobacco leaves "Chew". It causes skin damage and over one million deaths are associated with the use in the past century.
  1. oxycontin
  2. bath salts
  3. nicotine
  4. methanphetamine
  5. all of the above
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Narcan is given in 0.4mg doses up to a maximum dose of               .
  1. 2mg
  2. 3mg
  3. 4mg
  4. 6mg
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
What is a street name for amphetamines?
  1. Speed
  2. Chalk
  3. Zoom
  4. All of the above
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Oxycodone is twice as potent as morphine.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Which an example of an inhalant?
  1. marijauna
  2. aerosol
  3. spice
  4. alcohol
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
The correct order of medication administration under the standing orders for Chest Pain/Suspected MI is oxygen, ASA, NTG, Morphine.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
What were amphetamines first used for?
  1. Weight reduction
  2. To keep men awake and alert during war times
  3. A nasal decongestant
  4. To increase workers productivity and activity
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
What plant are opiates derived from?
  1. Cocoa plant
  2. Cannabis
  3. Bamboo
  4. Poppy Plant
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Cocaine grows naturally in which of the following countries?
  1. Canda
  2. Mexico
  3. Peru
  4. Africa
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
What is the correct route, dose, and location of Epi 1:1000 given under standing orders for anaphylactic shock?
  1. 3mg, IV
  2. 0.3mg/kg, IM, lateral thigh
  3. 0.3mg, IM, lateral thigh or deltiod
  4. 1mg IV
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
The correct initial IV dose of Diphenhydramine for allergic reaction which may be given to a patient under standing orders is 25mg.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
After studying                 users over thirty-eight years, this study has broken the myth that the drug is harmless and isn't addictive. 9% of users who start using this drug as teens became addicted and brain cells used in memory were damaged and did not repair themselves.
  1. K-2/Spice
  2. marijuana
  3. alcohol
  4. tobacco
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
The first effects of alcohol are in the:
  1. Limbic System
  2. Medulla oblongata
  3. Liver
  4. Cerebral cortex
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
How long does it take caffeine effects to begin in your body?
  1. 15-45 minutes
  2. 20-30 minutes
  3. 30-50 minutes
  4. 1-20 minutes
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
How are opiates used?
  1. Smoked
  2. Snorted
  3. Injected
  4. Pill form
  5. All of the above
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
D50 is administered to altered mental status patients with a blood glucose less than               .
  1. 80
  2. 40
  3. 60
  4. 50
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