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Question 1: ________ is the use of drugs for reasons other than what the drug was prescribed for.
Drug overdoseDrug abuseMood disorderDrug addiction

Question 2: Although the term ________ is often used as a synonym for opioid, the term is more properly limited to the natural alkaloids found in the resin of the opium poppy and, more loosely, the semi-synthetic opioids derived from them.
OpiateCodeinePoppy teaMorphine

Question 3: ________: This is due to gastric stasis (large volume vomiting, brief nausea relieved by vomiting, oesophageal reflux, epigastric fullness, early satiation), besides direct action on the vomiting centre of the brain.
VomitingAbdominal painHepatic encephalopathyDiarrhea

Question 4: ________ or metoclopramide 10 mg every eight hours).
AlizaprideBromoprideDomperidoneItopride

Question 5: Endogenous opioid peptides, produced naturally in the body, such as endorphins, enkephalins, ________, and endomorphins.
DynorphinOrexinOxytocinNeurotransmitter

Question 6: There are also ________ such as tramadol and tapentadol that are chemically not of the opioid class, but do have agonist actions at the μ-opioid receptor.
MDMADrugPhencyclidinePsychoactive drug

Question 7: Treatment is at any rate possible: CNS ________ are generally effective.
StimulantTC-2216PRC200DOV-102,677

Question 8: Anxiety due to shortness of breath (oxymorphone and ________ only)
MethadoneHydromorphoneMethorphanDihydrocodeine

Question 9: β-endorphin has many effects, including on ________ and appetite.
OrgasmSexual intercourseHuman sexual behaviorMasturbation

Question 10: The symptoms of opioid withdrawal can also be treated with other medications, such as clonidine, ________ and benzodiazepines, but with a low efficacy.
StimulantAnxiolyticMirtazapineAntidepressant
















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