Rapid Fire Pharmacy Review, Volume 1
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 357 pages
Rapid Fire Pharmacy Review is a review manual of pharmacy principles and serves as a study aid to improve performance on the pharmacy licensing exam. Each chapter is dedicated to testing knowledge on specific physiologic systems, as well as important pharmacy topics. Many answers are accompanied by learning and memory techniques, such as mnemonics, evoked visual imagery, repetition, and humor. Chapter supplements also include exam style multiple choice questions with an emphasis on clinical aspects of pharmacy. A practice examination that simulates the actual licensing exam, which includes patient profiles accompanied by multiple choice and multiple true-false questions is included on CD-ROM.
With over 3,000 rapid fire questions and answers for quick review, exam style multiple choice questions for clinical review, and a 178-question practice exam on the accompanying CD-ROM, Rapid Fire Pharmacy Review will help you conquer the exam and achieve your goal of becoming a licensed pharmacist.
Drugs Affecting the Autonomic Nervous
Pharmacology of the Central Nervous
Pulmonary and Cardiovascular
congestive heart failure
Herbal Medications and Nutritional
Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Drugs Used to Treat Hyperuricemia
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