May 01, 2008
Clinical Management of Alcohol Abuse and Dependence

CME Activity

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Sample questions:
Alcohol withdrawal is a common and often dangerous clinical problem in the general hospital, and it is often the beginning of a comprehensive treatment model for alcohol dependence. Which of the following is true?
Disulfiram causes a toxic accumulation of acetaldehyde if the patient drinks alcohol. It thus serves as an aversive therapy. Which of the following symptoms is not a part of disulfiram-alcohol reaction?
Which of the following characteristics best describes a subtype of alcoholics who are more likely to respond to naltrexone?