• ISBN 9780781749213
  • Author: ABRAMS
  • Publ Date: 1899-12-30
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This streamlined text provides the pharmacology principles that are necessary to prepare nursing students to safely administer drugs to clients across the lifespan and in a variety of health care settings. Designed for the shorter pharmacology course as well as for programs that integrate pharmacology throughout the curriculum, Foundations gives nursing students a solid alternative to the study of nursing pharmacology, by including a manageable amount of content in a streamlined style, using shorter and fewer chapters. Boxes and tables highlight and abbreviate key information, making the content more approachable.
FEATURES: Nursing Notes allow students to test their comprehension and application of knowledge by providing scenarios with questions and correct response How to Avoid This Medication Error help students recognise common mistakes and challenge their critical thinking Includes chapters on dosage calculation and medication administration Prototype Profile boxes show how one drug within each particular class exemplifies the major features of that drug class Nursing Process boxes demonstrate the nursing process in relation to disorders and pharmacological treatment Drugs at a Glance tables summarize "need to know information about various drugs in an easy-to-access and easy-to-study format Age-related Considerations boxes highlight key considerations for pharmacological treatment of children and older adults At the Foundation boxes provides students with the physiological background needed to understand the chapter Home Care Considerations prepare students for practice in this common setting Client Teaching Guidelines help students prepare clients for self-car
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