1. c The relief of pain without the loss of consciousness. (para 11-3a)
2. b (1), (2), (4), and (6). (para 11-3a, b, d(1), and e)
3. d A mood alteration characterized by exaggerated feelings of well being. (para 11-3c(2))
4. b Narcotic agents depress a patient's respiratory system.
5. a Narcotic agents stimulate the patient's CTZ to produce nausea and vomiting. (para 11-3d(2))
6. c (3), (4), (5), and (6). (para 11-4a, b, c, and d)
7. a The ability of the body to adapt to the presence of foreign substances which results in the requirement for progressively larger doses of the drug to obtain the same effect. (para 11-4b)
8. a Antitussive. (para 11-5b)
9. a Analgesic for moderate to severe pain. (para 11-5c)
10. b The patient should be warned that alcohol can intensify the drowsiness caused by meperidine. (para 11-5d)
11. d An agent used in the treatment of the withdrawal symptoms associated with narcotic agents. (para 11-5f)
12. c Narcotics should be used cautiously with drugs which depress the central nervous system. (para 11-6c)
13. d Narcotic antagonist. (para 11 -7b)
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