the DSM-IV-TR does not define addiction as such, but has diagnostic criteria for a. habituation. b. substance dependence and substance abuse. c. chronic intoxication. d. drug-associated bipolar disorder.

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the DSM-IV-TR does not define addiction as such, but has diagnostic criteria for a. habituation. b. substance dependence and substance abuse. c. chronic intoxication. d. drug-associated bipolar disorder.

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d? maybe? im not sure honestly
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yeah im gonna go with d because DSM-IV-TR deals with mental disorders and such and bipolar disorder can fit somewhere within that category
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Acute drug effects are those that . are dangerous. b. are caused by the immediate presence of the drug in the body. c. are unrelated to dose. d. last more than a day
is it B
b
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yes acute drug effects are effects that happen with direct exposure of the drug and last, for the most part, less than 24 hrs.
acute means its not bad yet. but will get bad
right
oh yeah i think i read it wrong
Acute toxicity describes the adverse effects of a substance that result either from a single exposure or from multiple exposures in a short space of time (usually less than 24 hours). To be described as acute toxicity, the adverse effects should occur within 14 days of the administration of the substance.
so what is the definition of acute so I know, chronic means long lasting pain and acute means what
chronic means long lasting pain and acute means what

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