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A classroom-developed, student-tested system that increases pharmacology test scoresвЂ¦decreases and prevents medication errors in the clinical settingвЂ¦improves NCLEX pharmacology scoresвЂ¦and expands understanding of pharmacological agents! Inside a practical, flip-top box are 189 illustrated, test yourself review cards that cover critical clinical information for nearly 400 of the top generic medications, color-coded by body system and cross referenced by drug classification. These flash cards are not only the ideal supplement to any pharmacology or medical-surgical course, but also handy for care planning and exam prep. And, you can count on them for accuracy, because each card is based on content from Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses. KEY FEATURESA color-coded, body-system organization reflects the information common to classes of medicationsвЂ”knowledge crucial to NCLEX success and to reducing medication errors. - Each card features a single generic drug or a medication group, and detailsвЂ¦action вЂў use вЂў pre-administration vital signs вЂў laboratory data assessment вЂў drug levels вЂў patient teaching вЂў and more. - Drugs are cross-referenced to potential nursing diagnosis and other indications at the bottom of each card. - Common abbreviations appear on each card, with a summary of the abbreviations on separate, introductory cards. - A comprehensive alphabetical Index makes it easy to locate drugs within the deck by trade, generic, or Canadian brand name.
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