Pharmacology: A Nursing Process Approach
This text is a study guide to pharmacology, taken from a nursing process approach. It combines pharmacology, drug calculation, and administration for both adult and paediatric patients. Drugs are presented in a prototype chart format that correlates aspects of drug therapy with nursing process.
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Vitamin and Mineral Replacement
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