Inhalant Use Disorder
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Clinicians need to be informed about how to identify and diagnose an inhalant use disorder according the DSM-5 criteria. To diagnose accurately, clinicians need to able to know of the physical and psychological effects of an inhalant use disorder and the available treatment for individuals with an acute solvent intoxication and an inhalant use disorder. The course provides information about DSM-5 criteria to diagnose an inhalant use disorder as well as the treatment and ongoing support for those affected by it.
This course contains downloadable online lessons (PDF) and a practice test. When you're ready, purchase the course by clicking the "Add To Cart" button. This will let you take the test, complete the course evaluation and receive your certificate for CE credits.
- Describe commonly abused inhalants
- Discuss the effects of acute inhalant intoxication
- Identify the definition of volatile
2. Problems And Solvents Commonly Used
4. How Solvents Can Lead To A Solvent Use Disorder
5. Diagnosis Of An Inhalant Use Disorder
A. Primary Acute Clinical Effects
B. Assessment For Inhalant Intoxication
C. Chronic Clinical Effects
6. Caring For An Individual With An Inhalant Use Disorder
7. The Basics Of Acute Care
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