Pharmacology for busy people.
With triplet eight-year-old daughters, I don’t get four-hour study blocks in a quiet corner of the library. I get an hour here or 15 minutes there. This book is for those commuters, busy parents, and working students who need a “fit it in” approach to studying pharmacology. This book has multiple rapid-fire questions, answers, rationales, and mnemonics that you can do alone or with a partner to help you understand pharmacology better and remember the content longer. It includes:
Prefixes, suffixes, and infixes matching: These are the key to learning many hundreds of drug classifications. Sorting series section: Here you make sense out of drug classes better picturing their relationships. One-line cases: These cases come in pairs so you can work with a partner. Short essay prompts: It’s nice to know how the professor might answer a question. A special bonus chapter preview from the book Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics.
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