2016 Chemical Dependency - Proper Prescribing of Opioids
2016 - Chemical Dependency - Proper Prescribing of Opioids

 1) Addiction is a primary chronic disease of
  1. Reward
  2. Motivation
  3. Memory
  4. All of the above
 2) Impairment is defined as:
  1. Craving
  2. Happy-go-lucky attitude
  3. Inability to consistently think rationally
  4. All of the above
 3) The primary or most notable diagnostic
feature of addiction is:
  1. The neurobiology of a drug
  2. Denial
  3. Morning hangovers
  4. Bad dreams
 4) Common signs and symptoms associated
with addiction overlap with those for:
  1. Depression
  2. Anxiety disorders
  3. Sleep disorders
  4. All of the above
 5) Researchers have collected evidence
showing chronic substance abuse
changes areas of the brain responsible for:
  1. Judgment
  2. Motivation
  3. Emotion
  4. All of the above
 6) Dental practitioners are less susceptible
to the disease of addiction than the
general population:
  1. True
  2. False
 7) Which of the following is NOT a common
risk factor associated with SUD:
  1. A family history of SUD
  2. History of childhood trauma
  3. History of sexual abuse
  4. Playing sports in school
 8) The mythical “ideal preparation or
restoration” can lead to:
  1. Anxiety
  2. Depressive disorders
  3. Substance abuse
  4. All of the above
 9) The recovery of dental practitioners with
addiction usually involves:
  1. Daily dose of Tylenol
  2. Just say no
  3. A long continuum of care
  4. Retirement from dentistry
 10) Dentists are required to check the CSMD
before prescribing a controlled substance
if the prescription quantity exceeds:
  1. A 36 hour supply
  2. A seven day supply, and does not allow a refill
  3. A five day supply
  4. Dentists are not required to check the data base
 11) Dentists may prescribe controlled
substances for:
  1. Individuals with whom they have established a dentist/patient relationship
  2. Durations the patient requests
  3. Any ailment a staff member may have
  4. In exchange for any improper behavior
 12) Dentists are advised to check their own
DEA number in the CSMD for fraudulent
activity on a regular basis:
  1. True
  2. False