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Essential for course review and NCLEX review, this resource is a complete, concentrated outline of pharmacology. Each chapter contains objectives, pre- and post-tests with rationales, vocabulary review, practice to pass exercises, critical thinking case studies, as well as NCLEX alerts. Unique to Prentice Hall's Nursing Reviews & Rationales Series, a comprehensive CD-ROM and Companion Website, available free of charge, provide additional review. Content includes all of the "need-to-know" facts covering medications including safety, anti-infection, blood-modifying, gastrointestinal, neurological, psychiatric, and much more. For nursing students in need of a resource that focuses on course review or NCLEX review as well as nursing professionals looking to familiarize themselves with a new specialty.Buy 5 Get 1 Free! Use ISBN: 0-13-072439-4 to order this special 6-pack. Offer valid until 12/31/01.
Mary Ann Hogan, RN, CS, MSN has been a nurse educator for 20 years, currently as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Table of Contents
1. Safety and Medications. 2. Anti-Infective Medications. 3. Antineoplastic Medications. 4. Blood-Modifying Medications. 5. Cardiovascular Medications. 6. Endocrine Medications. 7. Gastrointestinal Medications. 8. Immune System Medications. 9. Integumentary System Medications. 10. Neurological and Musculoskeletal. 11. Psychiatric Medications. 12. Renal System Medications. 13. Reproductive System Medications. 14. Respiratory System Medications. 15. Visual and Auditory Medications. Appendix A: Common Abbreviations in Pharmacology. Appendix B: Common Measurement and Conversion Systems. Appendix C: Common Food-Drug Interactions. Appendix D: Therapeutic Drug Levels. Appendix E: Childhood Immunizations. Appendix F: Medications and Antidotes. Appendix G: Poisons and Emergency Treatment.