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Sedatives less likely to cause physical dependence

Benzodiazepines

2

Antidote to morphine

Narcan

3

2 drug classes to treat Parkinson's

dopaminergic and anticholinergic

4

A drug class that improves response to traditional therapy to Parkinson's

Adjunctive drugs

5

The most concerning side effect of a narcotic

Respiratory depression

6

The time it may take for an antidepressant to begin working

4-6 weeks

7

One of the most uncomfortable side effects of narcotics

Severe constipation

8

The black box warning for antidepressants in children

Suicidal thoughts

9

Nursing diagnosis for patients receiving CNS depressants

Risk for decreased respiratory function

10

Vitamin that interferes with levodopa

Vitamin B6

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A drug class that has anxiolytic, as well as, anti-seizure properties

Barbiturates and benzodiazepines

12

Evaluation of opioid treatment

Pain level

13

Aged meats, cheese, wine, pepperonis

Foods that contain tyramine

14

Alpha adrenergic blocker used for rescue hypertensive crisis associated with MAOIs

phentalomine

15

Risk associated with anticholinergic drugs due to lack of ability to sweat

Heat stroke

16

Group of people affected by anxiolytics with predictable syndrome of fetal cleft lip and cleft palate

Pregnant African American women

17

Blocks dopamine receptors

psychotherapeutic agents

18

The expected effect of levodopa

increase smooth muscle function

19

A class of antidepressants that has the least anticholinergic effects

SSRIs

20

Nursing intervention to improve emergency medical care for patients taking anti-seizure medications

Medical alert tag

21

Two things used to monitor for infection and toxicity in patients taking hydantoins

Dilantin levels and WBC

22

Most likely to develop toxicity with benzodiazepine use

African Americans

23

What causes nausea, vertigo, malaise, headache, and nightmares?

Acute withdrawal syndrome

24

A nursing diagnosis that addresses the most common side effect of anti-seizure drugs

Risk for injury r/t seizures

25

Abnormal muscle movement

EPS

26

Bradycardia, hypotension, syncope, hypoventilation, and confusion

CNS depression

27

Leads to lithium retention and toxicity

Hyponatremia

28

Primary action of drugs used for the treatment of ADHD

CNS stimulation

29

Dry mouth, urine retention, pupil dilation, reduced coronary blood flow

Anticholinergic effects

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A life-threatening neurological disorder caused by adverse reaction to neuroleptic drugs consisting of muscle rigidity, fever, autonomic instability, delirium and elevated plasma concentration

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome