- Year: 2009
- Page Number: 432
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 29.08 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Valerie I. Leek
A classroom-developed, student-tested system that increases pharmacology test scores…decreases and prevents medication errors in the clinical setting…improves NCLEX pharmacology scores…and expands understanding of pharmacological agents!
These test-yourself review cards cover critical clinical information for nearly 400 of the top generic medications. And, you can count on them for accuracy, because each card is based on content from Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses.
They offer a quick general overview of the main drugs. A must for assignments, reviews and first time reading about a specific med.
This however DOES NOT replace a drugbook, when one needs an indepth info about certain medications, hence I doubt it’ll be useful to an RN that’s been in the field for several years.
But again, this is a must for RN / LPN students or anyone trying to brush up on their knowlegde of common meds. (actually their list is quite extensive).
The layout is fabulous. It’s divided into fields that are easy to see, read, and grasp. The cards look and read cool, unlike the dry and factual medbook upon which it’s based.
if i have to think of one MINUS, i’d say that the box they come in won’t last for a while. A better bet would be to find a pouch and carry a few cards at a time, or buy a plastic container and evacuate the contents of the original packaging into a more durable receptacle.
I had owned another set of drug cards (Nurse’s MedDeck)… and there’s no comparison! the MedDeck is just like a drugbook. Lots more info than Pharm Phalsh for sure, but what’s the point of having med cards if using them is a pain? (In such a situation I’d rather use a real medbook so that I don’t lose individual cards/pages)
Love these cards. I’m a first year nursing student and these cards were a great buy for me. I worried there wasn’t enough of the info on the cards but after using them along with my current year drug book I feel like these have pulled what you need to know about each drug and put it on a great little card. When we are working with a group of meds I pull the ones I need and clip them together for quick reference. Would buy again and all my classmates have been asking where I got them
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