Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics: Pharmacy Flashcards and Fill-Ins for the Future Nurse Doctor Physician Assistant and Pharmacist review ☆ 3

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Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics: Pharmacy Flashcards and Fill-Ins for the Future Nurse, Doctor, Physician Assistant, and Pharmacist review ☆ 3 ¹ ❰Download❯ ➾ Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics: Pharmacy Flashcards Shcards and FillIns for the Future Nurse Doctor Physician Assistant and Pharmacist By To. I HATE that I just bought 2 of this author's audiobooks a relaxed approach and mnemonics and neither included a PDF for visuals as advertised on the cover I wound up BUYING the kindle version in addition I also bought a patho book a different author who was thoughtful enough to add the visuals The audiobook does not include a description of the chapters so you have to sort through each one to find the drug category Really I need to return one of these audiobooks since I have to make additional purchases I'm really not happy with this purchaseIt says Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics Pharmacy Flashcards and Fill Ins for the Future Nurse Doctor Physician Assistant and Pharmacist Audible Audiobook – Unabridged

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Ny Guerra The way the author shows is genius and it really helps me connect with the sto. This book has its pros and cons Overall I like the book but it can be overwhelming at times I preferred Memorizing Pharmacology A Relaxed Approach to this book and would start with that book but use this one as a another resource to learn overall about the drugs What I really enjoyed in this book was the mnemonics that did help a lot One that really clicked to me was PAINN MEDS KICKIN It helps you remember analgesic pain meds as well as other things about pain For example the P stands for prostaglandins I also enjoyed STUFFED UP PEOPLE for decongestants It starts with Phenylephrine and then the E stands for 'Exceed 3 days prohibited' which is a nice reminder that these drugs aren't to be used longer than 3 days at a time Another one that stuck out to me was LEARN INSULIN DRUGS It's a good mnemonic because you just have to remember to 'Learn Insulin Drugs' while studying insulin drugs The L was for Lispro the E was for eat and the A for Aspart and so onI found this book very helpful but for a new pharmacology student like myself I would start off with the original Memorizing Pharmacology to get a better grasp before diving into this book

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Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics Pharmacy Flashcards and Fill Ins for the Future Nurse Doctor Physician Assistant and PharmacistPopular PDF Memorizing Mnemonics Pharmacy eBook #184 Pharmacology Mnemonics Pharmacy Fla. While the book has some helpful mnemonics I don't know how well they will all stick There are simply SO many At some point you need to rely on your ability to understand the content and apply it in a situation not rely on a mnemonic to make the right choice of action when in the medical field In addition the mnemonics often combine both drugs in a given category and side affects so it won't help you remember a specific drug's side affect but rather a large group of drugs and a common side affectI think that if you are struggling with a few drug classes then looking into JUST THOSE mnemonics would be helpful In summary I think this would be a good supplemental resource for someone but definitely not a primary resource to learning pharmacologyA few of the helpful mnemonics I found are as followingBeta Blocker Concerns ABCDEA Asthma nonselective such as propranololB Block as heart blockC COPDD Diabetes mellitusE Electrolyte abnormalitiesFor Diuretics MAN FLUSH THISM MANnitolF Furosemide LasixL loop diureticUSH hydrocholorthiazideT triamterneH HydrocholothyiazideI In combinationS SpironolactoneDiuretic Classes LOCATE a bathroom soonL Loop furosemideO osmotic mannitolC carbonic anhydraseA Aldosterone inhibitor spironolactoneT Thiazide hydrocholothiazideE