Nursing Diagnoses in Psychiatric Nursing Care Plans and Psychotropic Medications

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  1. Continued use appears to be related to a “craving” for the 2. Symptoms of cocaine intoxication include euphoria or 4. The drug user often abuses, or is dependent on, a CNS 1. Symptoms of withdrawal occur after cessation of, or reduc- 5. Cocaine abuse and dependence lead to tolerance of the Cocaine Withdrawal (^) 3. Physical symptoms of cocaine intoxication include tachycar- Cocaine Intoxication 1. Symptoms of cocaine intoxication develop during, or shortly 2. Symptoms of cocaine withdrawal include dysphoric mood; 3. Episodic use often takes the form of binges, followed by an in-after, use of cocaine.blood pressure, perspiration or chills, nausea or vomiting, affective blunting, changes in sociability, hypervigilance, interpersonal sensitivity, anxiety, tension, anger, stereo-typed behaviors, impaired judgment, and impaired social or occupational functioning.substance, rather than to prevention or alleviation of with-dia or bradycardia, pupillary dilation, elevated or lowered drawal symptoms. psychomotor agitation or retardation, muscular weakness, respiratory depression, chest pain, cardiac arrhythmias, con-fusion, seizures, dyskinesias, dystonias, or coma. substance and subsequent use of increasing doses.depressant to relieve the residual effects of cocaine.tion in, cocaine use that has been heavy and prolonged.anxiety, irritability, and feelings of fatigue and depression.tense and unpleasant “crash” in which the individual experiences
    Hallucinogen Dependence/Abuse 2. The cognitive and perceptual impairment may last for up to 3. Frequent use results in tolerance to the effects of the 4. Dependence is rare, and most people are able to resume their 5. Flashbacks may occur following cessation of hallucinogen use. 1. Hallucinogenic substances are taken orally.substance.fat ig ue; v iv id, unpleasant dreams; insomnia or hy persomnia; increased appetite; psychomotor retardation or agitation. 12 hours, so use is generally episodic, because the individual previous lifestyle, following a period of hallucinogen use, without much diffiusually lasting only a few seconds but sometimes lasting up to must organize time during the daily schedule for its use.These episodes consist of visual or auditory misperceptions several hours. culty.
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