|Study Guide for Lehne Pharmacology for Nursing Care, Richard A. Lehne PhD, Janet|
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|This study tool features a variety of engaging questions and exercises to enhance the students' knowledge of vital pharmacology concepts and skills. It includes learning objectives to provide an at-a-glance overview of important information, study questions that allow students to check their comprehension and pinpoint areas that require further study, and critical thinking exercises and case studies that test the students ability to apply what they have learned to realistic clinical situations.|
|Author||Diane B. Hamilton, Janet Czermak, Leanna J. Crosby, Linda A. Moore, Richard A. Lehne|
|Number Of Pages||226 pages|
|Edition Description||Study Guide|
|Publisher||Elsevier - Health Sciences Division|
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I love this book as much as it is possible to love any pharmacology textbook! The textbook my college chose was as understandable as a Russian dictionary. That text never helped me get a single pharmacology question correct.The professors used powerpoint slides to tell us the drug names and side effects, etc. I mentioned to a nursing professor that I did not get anything out of the official text. She recommended getting an edition of Lehne off ebay. The Lehne textbook and study guide are fantastic. I finally understand the receptors and how they work. I can explain it to patients. Appendix C pronunciation of Generic Drug Names is especially helpful because it is the 300 most commonly prescribed medications. The textbook and the study guide have identical covers. The only difference is the word "study guide" in the upper right hand corner of the study guide. I was disappointed when I thought I ordered the text and got the study guide. It was a blessing in disguise. The study guide is valuable because it is filled with NCLEX style questions. Currently 21 per cent of the NCLEX is pharmacology questions.You need to go to a website to get the answers to the questions, and some medication flashcards. It is worth it. The first page of the flashcards has all the receptor types. The next chart is all 21 of the family names like: -zosin, -sone, -terol. These two book definitely helped me pass the NCLEX.I wish that I had this book my first semester of nursing school, and not the last!
Most of the information is the same. The pages are off a little, but i have been able to follow along fine.
Gret price and great product
I bought this because it was a required text. It's definitely a lot to process, but it's well put together and the companion cd helps a great deal.
Great book and handy reference for nursing. Comprehensive data for review of any typical drug contraindications. Useful for the institutional or public health nurse. I especially liked the easy read for Diabetes Mellitus. This covered the short to long acting effects of Insulin, ect.
This book is so different from other textbooks I have purchased. Richard Lehne writes in first person like he is actually our teacher standing in the front explaining the information. Makes it very entertaining, or at least as entertaining as a pharmacology book can get. Very thorough information, yet easy to read. Highly recommended.