Nursing Pharmacology Made Incredibly Easy!
Nursing Pharmacology Made Incredibly Easy, 3rd Edition, provides the nursing student and practicing nurse with information about how drugs act and interact in the treatment of disease. The book focuses on mechanisms of drug action; details specific drugs by pharmacologic class; reviews the nursing process related to each drug category for all body systems, plus pain medications, anti-infective drugs, and cancer drugs; and highlights potentially dangerous interactions, including drug-herb interactions. It does all of this in the award-winning, lighthearted Incredibly Easy! style that makes intimidating concepts thoroughly approachable.
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Fundamentals of nursing pharmacology
Autonomic nervous system drugs
Neurologic and neuromuscular drugs
Antiinflammatory antiallergy and immunosuppressant drugs
Drugs for fluid and electrolyte balance
Appendices and index
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