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Publisher's Summary

Do you ever feel like learning Pharmacology is kinda like learning another language? 

You're not alone. In fact, I felt the same way in nursing school. Don't get me wrong, I loved Pharm. But, trying to keep thousands of medications, contraindications, and assessment information straight in my mind was, well...impossible. 

That's when I realized something. 

I didn't need to know EVERY medication. I needed to focus on the most important ones and really understand them well. 

So, I developed a list of the most commonly tested and prescribed medications. Then I pulled out the critical points to know about those meds. 

After working years in the ICU and precepting students all over the world . . . this is still my go-to list of medications. 

Pharmacology makes up 15 percent of the NCLEX® test plan. For many nurses medications and pharmacology can be a difficult subject. But not anymore! 

If you are ready to finally take your NCLEX® Pharmacology studies to the next level...this is the perfect book for you! With tons of information featuring the most vital facts about the most tested medications this audiobook for nursing students is a must have. 

In this book you will learn:

  1. How to have confidence when distributing medications
  2. Nursing considerations for 140 of the most common medications
  3. How to differentiate between difficult medications
  4. How to be confident in pharmacology courses
  5. Learn how to ace nursing pharmacology 

This book essentially takes the guess work out of your studies and allows you to focus your valuable time on learning exactly what you NEED to know. 

  • Details nursing considerations in flash card format.
  • The most important medications to learn.
  • Obscure testable facts and nursing considerations for 140 medications. 
  • Detailed outlines of some of the most common classes of meds.

Scroll up to buy! NCLEX, NCLEX-RN, and NCLEX-PN are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. They hold no affiliation with this book or related products.


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  • Leah
  • 2020-11-29

I was excited to listen to this..

I purchased this so I could listen and keep refreshed. I just found it annoying. Lots of mispronounciations, I couldn't focus. Also he went too fast.
Very disappointed 😞

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  • Miranda
  • 2019-06-10

so bad

I thought this would be a great way to review meds while I work out. I was so wrong. There are so many mispronunciations, I couldn't focus on what the narrator was saying. At one point, he lists side effects "tardive"..."dyskinesia" if this is two separate side effects! Was this not listened to by a medical professional before it was released?? I can't even listen to the rest.

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  • Lover of Amazon
  • 2021-03-02

Not what I was looking for

Bad pronunciation as stated before. No way to find out what word you’re on as there is no chapter reference.

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  • Rylee Claman
  • 2020-12-14

Overall Pretty Good

I thought this book was helpful even though there was a couple mispronounced medications. It focused on just the basics and what I needed to know. I think this information will be helpful when I take nursing pharmacology next semester. Overall a pretty good audible book!