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Consult Summary Table 42 for a quick review of some important words and word parts
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Summary Table 42 Words and Word Parts Write in the exact meaning (literal English translation) for up to 10 key terms selected from the preceding block of text After you are done, check your word meanings with the correct answers, which are given at the end of this chapter
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Key Terms pharmacology Pre xes (none) Roots pharmac drugs pharmac drugs Suf xes -ology the study of -ologist one who studies -tion condition of -ist one who specializes in -ory pertaining to -ic referring to -ive pertaining to -ic relating to Exact Meanings 1
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Medical Case History: Drug Addiction and Severe Accidental Overdose
Mrs Claudia S had been under treatment for severe clinical depression since early 1997 Previously, her former physician had prescribed a barbiturate (bar-BITCH-er-it) a type of CNS (central nervous system) depressant This drug was intended to help induce sleep and relieve the patient s overall high
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state of tension and anxiety The woman was instructed to take this medicine orally tid (ter in die, three times a day ) Although the patient slept better, her state of depression worsened To help counteract these effects, a prescription of an amphetamine (am-FETuh-meen) a type of CNS stimulant was used to help raise her mood This was taken bid (bis in die, two times a day ) The patient, however, soon gained a tolerance to these drugs This is an adaptation to a particular dose level, with a loss of the drug s original effect Without advice of her physician, the patient took higher and higher dosages to achieve a state of euphoria (you-FOR-e-uh) an inappropriate feeling of well-being Eventually, Mrs Claudia S developed a severe amphetamine addiction In general, an addiction is a process of (-ion) giving over to (addict) something, such as a drug Technically speaking, a drug addiction involves a serious degree of dependence upon some drug to carry on in life There are two main types of addiction (dependence): (1) physical dependence of normal body functions upon a drug, and (2) psychic (SIGH-kik) or pertaining to (-ical) mind (psych) dependence upon a drug
DRUG ADDICTION = Physical (body-affecting) + Psychic (mind-affecting) drug dependence drug dependence
Mrs Claudia S began to take her prescribed amphetamine qid or quater (KWAY-ter) in die ( four times a day ) twice her recommended dosage! Even worse, she sought help from her teenage son, who was doing marijuana (mahr-ih-WAH-nah)! The kid took several thousand dollars from the family checking account and purchased speed from a local drug dealer (Speed is an injectable liquid form of amphetamine that is sold illegally) Junior learned from the drug dealer how to give a high dose of speed intravenously (in-trah-VEEnus-lee), that is, within (intra-) a vein (ven) Such IV, that is, intravenous (in-truh-VEE-nus) doses, administered via a syringe (suh-RINJ) and needle into an arm vein, push a large amount of drug into the addict s (AH-dikts) bloodstream very quickly This leads to a powerful euphoria Unfortunately, the teenage son gave his mom a huge IV injection of speed about 400 milligrams (mg)! This represents 400 thousandths (milli-) of a gram She quickly suffered amphetamine poisoning This is the medical term for the toxic (TAHK-sik), poisoning effect of amphetamine overdosage (OH-verdoh-suj) Mrs S became extremely overstimulated and her arms ailed about with severe tremors (TREM-ors), wild shaking motions Loudly shrieking and running around the house, she suffered visual hallucinations (huh-loosih-NAY-shuns, wanderings in the mind ) She thought she saw a red-eyed, green-skinned, lizard-like devil with a forked tongue (who closely resembled her former husband) breathing re into her face! Her drug-induced delirium
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(dih-LEER-e-um) re ected the presence of (-um) extreme raving or craziness (deliri) Mrs S s pulse was racing, showing that the amphetamine overdose had created a state of tachycardia (tak-ih-KAR-dee-ah) In layman s language, her heart (cardi) was beating extremely fast (tachy) Her son was very alarmed by his mom s wild behavior, and he nally chased her down and grabbed her by both wrists Mrs S suddenly fell in a heap to the oor! Her body was wracked with severe convulsions (kahn-VUL-zhuns), which are also called seizures These are violent tearing or shaking (convuls) contractions of the body limb muscles When the son reached out to hold her, the mother went into circulatory (SIRkyuh-lah-tor-ee) collapse This means that there was a complete failure of the heart s pumping action and blood circulation (circul ) The kid called 911, and the ambulance immediately whisked her off to the nearest hospital ER (emergency room) The docs gave uids IV to raise Mrs S s BP (blood pressure), thereby correcting the circulatory collapse A potent tranquilizing (TRAN-kwih-lie-zing) drug, chlorpromazine (klor-PROH-mah-zeen), was injected The IM or intramuscular (in-truhMUS-kyew-lar) within (intra-) muscle (muscul) route of injection was used After a few hours, the patient s delirium and hallucinations completely subsided Her pulse declined to normal, and she fell into a calm sleep
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