Substance Use Disorders (SUD) and Eating Disorders Criteria (Nursing)

by Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN

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    00:02 Let's take a minute just to review some of the criteria.

    00:05 So, for a substance use disorder, the criteria are using that substance more than this intended, unsuccessful attempt to cut back on use for that substance, spending a lot of time using that substance, or recovering from the use of that substance.

    00:25 Continuing to use the substance despite all the negative outcomes or consequences.

    00:32 Making that substance the priority over all other activities and relationships.

    00:39 Increasing the risk taking behaviors, during the using of the substance.

    00:46 So a person who is using those substances now, doesn't care if they have to take extra risks, in order to be able to use or get those substances.

    00:58 They'll continue to use the substance even if they can't remember what happened during the time that they were using.

    01:07 They have tolerance.

    01:09 They are starting to require more and more of that substance in order to obtain the desired effect.

    01:16 And then when that substance is removed, they experience physical and mental withdraw.

    02:42 The criteria for eating disorders is eating less than meets the body needs.

    02:50 Unsuccessful attempt to increase food intake or to reduce food intake for those who are binging.

    03:00 Spending a lot of time avoiding food, or recovering from illnesses resulting from purging, or spending a lot of time coveting and hoarding food to be able to hide it so you can binge.

    03:16 Continuing to starve yourself despite the negative outcomes or consequences, or continuing to binge despite the negative outcome or consequence.

    03:31 Prioritizing starvation over all other activities, or for bingers prioritizing the hoarding of food.

    03:41 That would be the binger substance over all other activities.

    03:47 Increasing their risk taking behaviors to avoid eating or to be discovered as avoidance of eating, or vomiting, or binging.

    04:01 Continuing to purge even after the physical impact of purging has started.

    04:08 Continuing to binge even when there are physical impacts to binging.

    04:17 Requiring themselves to be thinner, and thinner, and thinner.

    04:22 Subsequently eating less and less, and exercising more and more.

    04:31 Having and experiencing physical illnesses when having to eat food.

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    The lecture Substance Use Disorders (SUD) and Eating Disorders Criteria (Nursing) by Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN is from the course Eating Disorders (Nursing).

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Ability to cut back
    2. Continued use despite negative consequences
    3. Tolerance and withdrawal
    4. Using a substance more than planned
    1. Successfully increasing food intake
    2. Prioritizing starvation over other activities
    3. Spending excessive time thinking about food
    4. Eating less than required

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     Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN

    Brenda Marshall, EdD, MSN, RN

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