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Flashcards in Drug Recognition Deck (14):
1

What are the three pharmacological classifications of drugs of abuse?

Depressants
Stimulants
Hallucinogens

2

Depressants do what three things?

Relieve Pain
Induce Sleep
Relieve Anxiety

3

An analgesic does what?

Relieves pain

4

A hypnotic does what?

Induce Sleep

5

A sedative does what?

Relieve Anxiety

6

What are the two types of classifications within the depressant family of drugs?

Narcotic and Non-narcotic

7

What are the seven primary narcotics within the depressant family of drugs?

* Morphine
* Codeine
* Heroin
* Dilaudid
* Oxycodone
* Demerol
* Methadone

8

What are the three primary non-narcotics within the depressant family of drugs?

* Barbiturates
* Minor Tranquilizers
* Alcohol

9

What are the two categories within the stimulant family of drugs?

Cocaine
Amphetamine-type compounds

10

What are the two types of Cocaine?

* Cocaine HCL
* Freebase/Crack Cocaine

11

What are the three types of Amphetamine-type compounds?

* Amphetamine
* Methamphetamine
* Amphetamine Variants

12

What are three Amphetamine Variants?

MDMA
GHB
Rohypnol

13

What are five drugs within the hallucinogenic family of drugs of abuse?

1. Cannabis Products
2. Peyote
3. Psychedelic (Psilocybin and Psilocyn) Mushrooms
4. Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)
5. Phencyclidine (PCP)

14

What are the three types of Cannabis Products?

Marijuana
Hashish
Hashish Oil