A dose of a long-acting sedative sufficient to induce sleep is given to a client. In
the morning, he is likely to experience:
a. A hangover.
b. Delirium tremens.
A withdrawal state.
d. Fears of persecution.
Comparable doses of the drugs below produce similar sedative effects. Which of
these long-acting sedatives is the least expensive?
Which of the following is a contraindication for phenobarbital?
d. Kidney disease.
Two effective short-acting hypnotics are:
a. Diazepam and chlordiazepoxide.
b. Amobarbital and meprobamate.
Secobarbital and pentobarbital.
d. Phenobarbital and oxazepam.