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DAC Chapter 2

Chapter 2 of the Drug and Alcohol Counseling book Uppers, Downers, All Arounders.

Chapter 2 of the Drug and Alcohol Counseling book Uppers, Downers, All Arounders.

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Karten 10
Sprache English
Kategorie Medizin/Pharmazie
Stufe Universität
Erstellt / Aktualisiert 09.09.2014 / 09.09.2014
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Schedule I Drugs

High abuse potential and supposedly no accepted medical use.

Heroin, LSD, marijuana, peyote, psilocybin, mescalin, MDMA.

Schedule II Drugs

Substances with a high abuse potential with severe, psychic or physical dependence liability even though they have medical uses.

Cocaine, methamphetamine, opium, morphine, hydromorphone, codiene, meperidine, oxycodone, methylphenidate (Ritalin)

Schedule III Drugs

Substances with less abuse potential. This class includes Schedule II drugs when used in compounds with other drugs.

Drugs include Tylenol with codeine, some barbituate compounds, and paregoric.

Schedule IV Drugs

Drugs that have even less abuse potential.

These include chloral hydrate, meprobamate, fenfloramine, diazepam (Valium), and other benzodiazapines, and phenobarbital.

Schedule V Drugs

Substances with very low abuse potential because they contain very limited quantities of narcotic and stimulant drugs; some are old OTC.

Robitussin AC (DXM) and lomotil are expamples.

When was AA created and by who?

It was created in the 1930's by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith.

Routes of drug administration?

Inhailing, injection, mucous membrane absorption, oral ingestion, and contact absorption.

What is "slamming"?

IV, intravenously. Shooting drugs directly into the bloodstream by way of a vein.