Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

WHAT WILL YOU CONTINUE AFTER TREATMENT MEETINGS
WHAT WILL YOU COMPLETE AFTER TREATMENT 90 IN 90
WHAT WILL YOU OBTAIN AFTER TREATMENT SPONSOR
WHAT TYPE OF MEDICATION IS VALIUM BENZO
WHAT TYPE OF SUBSTANCE IS FENTANYL OPIATE
WHAT IS NALTREXONE ANTI CRAVING MEDICATION
WHAT IS VIVITROL ANTICRAVING MEDICATION
WHAT IS GIVEN FOR OPIATE WITHDRAWAL/DETOX SUBOXONE
WHAT IS GIVEN FOR ALCOHOL AND BENZO WITHDRAWAL/DETOX VALIUM/ATIVAN
WHAT IS MELATONIN GIVEN FOR SLEEP
WHAT IS HEALTHY FOR YOU MENTAL HEALTH FRESH AIR AND SUNSHINE
WHAT IS SAD SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER
WHAT FRUIT INCREASES METABOLISM GRAPEFRUIT
WHAT HELPS YOU STAY HYDRATED AND HELPS DETOX BODY LEMON WATER
WHAT IS SAID TO "KEEP THE DR AWAY" AN APPLE A DAY
WHAT IS KNOWN TO IMPROVE VISION CARROTS
WHAT FRUIT IS RICH IN VITAMIN C PINEAPPLES

Opioid Withdrawal & Symptoms Management. Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Heroin, Morphine and Fentanyl are examples of? Opioids
An exaggerated sense of well-being that contributes to potential opioid abuse? Euphoria
Opioiod overdose classic triad of of signs and symptoms Respiratory depression, Pinpoint pupils & ? Coma
Opioiod overdose is treated with? Naloxone
Abbreviation for Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Assessment? COW
Withdrawal symptoms peak after ______ hours Seventytwo
A COW score of 11 is Mild Withdrawal
A COW score of 18 is Moderatewithdrawal
Methadone is metabolized by the Liver
Methadone treatment does not produce Euphoria
Doeses of Methadone or Suboxone a person can take home Carries
Suboxone is a combination of Naloxone & Buprenorphine
Methadone and Suboxone are just one part of a Treatment Plan

Newborn Drug Abuse Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The time peroid in weeks from conception to delivery. Gestational Age
Dark greenish waste products that accumulate in the bowel during fetal life and are eliminated shortly after birth. Often tested to determine any drug use by the mother while pregnant. Meconium
These anxiety-relieving drugs include Valium® , Xanax®, Klonopin® and Ativan®, and should be avoided during pregnancy if possible. Benzodiazepines
Drug used to treat opioid addiction Methadone
NAS Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
NICU Neonatal intensive care unit
Type of drug used to relieve pain. These addictive drugs are also called narcotics. Examples include: morphine, codeine, fentanyl, oxycodone, heroin, and hydromorphone. Opiates are naturally occurring narcotics whereas opioids include synthetic narcotics. Opioid
The 6 week period following the birth of a baby Postpartum
Birth to 28 day old infant Neonate
Substances and medications that are non-prescription and not obtained over-the-counter from a pharmacy Illicit
Unborn baby Fetus
FAS Fetal alcohol syndrome
A tool to evaluate NAS, that measures the degree to which a neonate is experiencing symptoms of withdrawal due to maternal substance abuse. Finnegan
is a prescription medication that can help treat heroin addiction and dependence on other opiates. Suboxone
A yellow coloration of the skin and eyes caused by increased amounts of bilirubin in the blood. Bilirubin is a break-down product of red blood cells; it is processed and excreted by the liver. Treatments for jaundice include phototherapy ("bili-lights") and (rarely) exchange transfusion Jaundice
A score is given for each sign at one minute and five minutes after the birth. If there are problems with the baby an additional score is given at 10 minutes. A score of 7-10 is considered normal, while 4-7 might require some resuscitation measures, and a baby with an APGAR Score of 3 and below requires immediate resuscitation. Apgar

Palliative care Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What opiate based medication can be given for pain? Morphine
What opiate based medication can be given for breathlessness? Morphine
What non-opiate medication can be given for breathlessness? Midazolam
What medication can be given for agitation? Midazolam
What medication used for nausea and vomiting can also be used for agitation? Levomepromazine
How often can midazolam be given? Hourly
Is there a maximum dose of Opiate that can be given in 24 hours? No
What medication can be used to help with terminal secretions? Glycopyrronium
If eGFR is between 30-60 which opiate is safer to use? Oxycodone
If eGFR is below 30 which opiate is safest to use? Alfentanil
What is the maximum millimetres of syringe that can be used in a T34 pump? Thirty
What’s maximum length of time you should wait before reviewing symptoms, in hours? Four
What’s the preferred route of administration of medication once the oral route is not available? Subcutaneous
How long after an intervention would you review effectiveness, in minutes? Thirty

Unscrammble the Addiction Recovery words Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Abstinence
Addiction
Addict
Addictive Personality
Age at Onset
Alcohol Poisoning
Assessment
Blackout
Codependence
Cold Turkey
CravingDetoxification
Drug of Choice
Dual Diagnosis
Enabling
Gateway Drug
Recovery Coach
Rehab Center
Relapse
Suboxone
Substance Abuse
Withdrawal Symptoms
Vivitrol
Deductible

Medication-Assisted Treatment Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This is the use of medication to treat a substance use disorder, also known as MAT Medication-Assistance treatment
These are taken under a physician's supervision and do not affect a person's sobriety status addiction medications
These are a type of opinion commonly expressed in AA/Twelve step meetings regarding medication-assistance treatment. anti-medications opinions
What shot does our clinic offer to provide to ease cravings from alcohol and opioids? Vivitrol
If you are considering taking Vivitrol, you will receive a trial of what medication? Naltrexone
Be careful taking MAT if you are having surgery, because it is an? opioid blocker
This medication is often thought as a substitution for substance use, and eases withdrawal symptoms Methadone
One criricism of methadone is that it has a slow onset
The name for a medications sold under the brand names of Suboxone adn Subutex Burpenorphine
These chemicals bind to and activate opioid receptors in the brain, producing an effect, ex. heroin, methadone Full Agonists
These also bind to receptors, but then block them from being activated by an agonist, ex. naltrexone Antagonists
These share some characteristics of full agonists, ex- buprenorphine Partial Agonists
This medication has been shown effective with low to moderate methamphetamine users Wellbutryn
No medications hvae been found effective for this substance use disorder Marijuana
Some medications carry the risk of abuse
This is when medication is used in the absence of problems for which it was prescribed Misuse of medications

Psychotropic Medications Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Invega
Clozaril
Clozapine
Tegretol
Zyprexa
Geodon
Abilify
Risperdal
Depakote
Seroquel
Paxil
Wellbutrin
Celexa
Prozac
Zoloft
Effexor
Lexapro
Cymbalta
Diazepam
Lorazapam
Valium
Benadryl
VIsteril
Xanax
Dexedrine
Adderall
Ritalin
Lithium
Ativan

Prescription Drugs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An analgesic drug containing acetaminopen and hydrocodone Vicodin
A drug that is used to treat pain and stiffness from muscle spasms Soma
A drug used to relieve moderate to severe pain Percocet
A drug that is used to treat anxiety,muscle spasms,and seizures Valium
A drug used to treat seizure disorders,such as epilepsy Ativan
A narcotic used to treat ''breakthrough''cancer pain that is not controlled by other medicines Fentora
A drug used to control seizures in epilepsy and for the treatment of panic disorder Klonopin
A drug used to treat anxiety disorders,pain disorders,and anxiety caused by depression Xanax
A drug used for around the clock treatment of severe pain Opana
A drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder(ADHD) Adderall
A sedative,or hypnotic,used to treat insomnia Lunesta
A drug used to treat MMDD,PTSD,PMDD,and panic disorder Zoloft
Used to treat moderate to severe pain that is expected to last for an extended period of time Oxycontin
Used to treat opiod addiction Suboxone
Extended release tablets Concerta
A drug used to treat insomnia Ambien
A central nervous system stimulant Ritalin

Anxiety, Sleep Disorders, Alcohol Abuse Medication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Celexa Citalopram
Cymbalta Duloxetine
Lexapro Escitalopram
Paxil Paroxetine
Zoloft Sertraline
Effexor Venlafaxine
Xanax Alprazolam
Librium Chlordiazepoxide
Tranxene Clorazepate
Klonopin Clonazepam
Valium Diazepam
Ativan Lorazepam
Serax Oxazepam
BuSpar Buspirone
Atarax, Vistaril Hydroxyzine
Nuvigil Armodafinil
Provigil Modafinil
ProSom Estazolam
Dalmane Flurazepam
Doral Quazepam
Restoril Temazepam
Halcion Triazolam
Rozerem Ramelteon
Lunesta Eszopiclone
Sonata Zaleplon
Ambien, Zolpimist Zolpidem
Campral Acamprosate
Antabuse Disulfiram
ReVia, Vivitrol Naltrexone

ADDICTION & RECOVERY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

TO REFRAIN FROM THE USE OF DRUGS AND ALCOHOL ABSTINENCE
REPEATED BEHAVIOR THAT INTERFERES WITH NORMAL, HEALTHY LIFE ACTIVITIES ADDICTION
A DESIRE TO USE DRUGS OR ALCOHOL CRAVING
BEING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL INTOXICATION
HEALING THE MIND, BODY, AND THE SPIRIT AFTER ADDICTION RECOVERY
THE ACT OF USING DRUGS OR ALCOHOL AFTER BEING CLEAN RELAPSE
WHEN A PERSON STOPS USING DRUGS OR ALCOHOL RAPIDLY AND SUFFERS A NEGATIVE PHYSICAL RESPONSE WITHDRAWAL
A PERSON WHO WHILE IN MEETINGS TALKS ABOUT PAST DRINKING IN A WAY THAT SEEMS TO GLORIFY IT DRUNKALOGUE
THE ABILITY TO BE THANKFUL FOR THE GIFTS ONE HAS IN THEIR LIFE GRATITUDE
ALLOWS ONE TO CHANGE, ADMIT TO WRONG DOING, TAKE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY, DEVELOP PRINCIPALS AND A STANDARD FOR LIVING A HEALTHY HONEST LIFESTYLE HUMILITY
CONFRONTATION DONE BY EITHER FELLOW ADDICTS, FAMILY, FRIENDS, OR PROFESSIONALS AIMED AT GETTING THE ADDICT TO ADMIT TO ADDICTION AND SEEK HELP INTERVENTION
TO ACKNOWLEDGE WITHOUT RESERVATION THAT ONE HAS AN ADDICTION AND NEEDS HELP SURRENDER
THE PRINCIPALS THAT GUIDE THE FUNCTIONING OF NA AND AA MEETINGS TRADITIONS
ISSUES, EMOTIONS, PLACES OR PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH DRUG USE AND DRINKING TRIGGERS
WHEN A PERSON CONTINUES TO USE DRUGS AND ALCOHOL TO THE POINT OF NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES ABUSE
THE INABILITY TO RECOGNIZE THE PRESENCE OR SEVERITY OF AN ADDICTION OR BEHAVIOR DELUSION
REFUSING TO ADMIT TO ADDICTION OR REALIZE AND ACCEPT THE HARM CAUSED BY IT DENIAL
THE REMOVAL OF A TOXIC SUBSTANCE FROM THE BODY DETOX
THE EXPECTATION THAT THINGS IN THE FUTURE WILL BE BETTER HOPE
THE STATE OR QUALITY OF BEING DEDICATED TO A CAUSE OR ACTIVITY COMMITMENT
FREE OF DECEIT AND UNTRUTHFULNESS HONEST
A MODEST OR LOW VIEW OF ONES OWN IMPORTANCE; HUMBLENESS HUMILITY
THE QUALITY OR STATE OF BEING PREPARED TO DO SOMETHING WILLINGNESS
SERIOUS THOUGHT OR CONSIDERATION REFLECTION
CONTINUATION IN DOING SOMETHING DESPITE DIFFICULTY OR DELAY IN ACHIEVING SUCCESS PERSEVERANCE
HELPING AN ADDICTED PERSON TO DO THINGS THEY CAN OR SHOULD BE DOING FOR THEMSELVES ENABLING
AN ADDICTION BEHAVIOR'S TENDENCY TO SLOWLY BUT SURELY INCREASE IN FREQUENCY AND USE INFLATION
A SYMPTOM-FREE PERIOD REMISSION

The Nursing Assistant in Long Term Care Chapter 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Another name for a long-term care facility is Nursing Home
Care given by specialists to restore or improve function after an illness or injury Rehabilitation
Care given to people who have six months or less to live Hospice care
Helps residents get support services, such as counseling Medical Social Worker
Trains residents to compensate for disabilities during ADLs and other activities Occupational therapist
Administers therapy in the form of heat, cold, massage, ultrasound, electricity, and exercise to muscles, bones, and joints Physical Therapist
Diagnoses disease or disability and prescribes treatment Physician
Creates diets for residents with special needs Registered Dietitian
Teaches exercises to help the resident improve or overcome speech problems Speech Language Pathologist
Helps residents socialize and stay active Activities Director