Comprehensive Pharmacy Review

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Leon Shargel, Alan H. Mutnick, Paul F. Souney
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001 - Medical - 1171 pages
This thoroughly-updated edition features contributions from more than 24 specialists, and reflects the current progress in pharmacy education and practice. Written for pharmacy students who are preparing for the NAPLEX test, and for pharmacy undergraduates and professionals who need detailed summaries of pharmacy subjects, this study guide covers chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacology, pharmacy practice, drug therapy, and other topics. A separate booklet of simulated NAPLEX exams supplements this review, and provides reliable test practice. Chapters are organized to parallel the pharmacy curriculum and appear in outline form for easy use. Appendices include prescription dispensing information, common prescription drugs, and general pharmacy references. It can be used by a diverse group of readers, including the following: Matriculating pharmacy students who often require such a text in their freshman year to help them prepare for course examinations / Instructors and preceptors who can use the chapter outlines to help organize courses and plan specific lectures / Professional pharmacists who can use a convenient handbook of pharmacy facts and up-to-date information

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Nice layout but not reliable

User Review  - phd2008 -

I like the layout of chapters they are consise easy to follow. I use it in addition to pharmacotherapy book DiPiro. Downside lots of typos even in names of drugs so it makes me wonder how well this ... Read full review


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