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Oxycontin Quiz

1. OxyContin is also known as:
Hillbilly heroin
Heroin sheik
China white


2. Since OxyContin is a form of oxycodone, its impact can best be seen by contrasting oxycodone-related emergency room admissions before and after its 1996 introduction. According to the Drug Abuse Warning Network, the number of such admissions jumped from 3,290 in 1996 to __________ in 2005.
28,340
35,267
42,810


3. OxyContin is the brand name for the time-release tablet form of oxycondon, an __________ derivative similar to codeine but more powerful and more likely to be addictive.
Opium
Olux
Oxandrin


4. OxyContin abusers often:
Crush the tablet and ingest or snort it
Dilute it in water and inject it
All of the Above


5. NIDA reports that in some areas of the country, OxyContin abuse rates are actually higher than heroin abuse.
True
False


6. When a person is abusing OxyContin their pupils become:
Smaller
Stay the same
Larger


7. Is constant yawning a withdrawal symptom of OxyContin?
Yes
No


8. OxyContin withdrawal symptoms can begin as soon as ____ hours after the last dose and can last up to ____ week(s).
4 hours : 2 weeks
6 hours : 1 week
8 hours : 3 weeks


9. People who have gone through OxyContin withdrawal compare the process to the intensity of _______ withdrawal.
Vicodin
Opium
Heroin


10. OxyContin exists in how many different forms?
1
2
3


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