McGraw-Hill's NAPLEX Review Guide (SET 2) / Edition 1

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Overview

Everything you need to pass the NAPLEX® – comprehensive study material and two practice exams – in one student-reviewed package

Written by an instructor who has taught thousand of students, this all-in-one study guide was developed and reviewed by pharmacists, faculty, students, and recent graduates – so you know it contains only the most relevant, up-to-date conent. You’ll find valuable foundational material and chapter-ending case application questions that cover every key topic included on the NAPLEX. The companion CD-ROM includes two practice tests with a total of 370 questions allowing you to pinpoint your weaknesses.

Includes:

  • Coverage that is organized around the NABP competencies and designed to sharpen problem-solving skills, put must-know information at your fingertips, and improve exam-taking ability
  • More than 1400 case application questions, each with a detailed explanation of both correct and incorrect answer choices
  • Takeaway Points at the end of every chapter that summarize key concepts
  • CD-ROM with two complete practice tests, each with 185 questions
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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Rahmat M. Talukder, PhD, RPh (West Coast University School of Pharmacy)
Description: The role of pharmacists throughout the world is evolving to meet public health demands. As a result, the competency requirements for pharmacists are changing, as are pharmacy school curricula. This NAPLEX review presents 70 pharmacotherapy topics grouped based on disease states and comes with a companion CD with two practice exams.
Purpose: NAPLEX evaluates candidates' knowledge and understanding in modern pharmaceutical care. When a review guide presents pertinent information succinctly, it becomes a valuable tool for these candidates. This guide partially meets the objectives.
Audience: It is intended for NAPLEX candidates, and pharmacy students will find this guide useful. Pharmacy practice faculty and practicing pharmacists have contributed to this guide.
Features: Every chapter begins with an overview of a disease and its treatment and ends with case application questions and takeaway points to reinforce learning objectives. Some chapters include tables and figures to clarify the information. There are about 1,400 case application questions with answers and explanations in the book. In addition, the companion CD has the two practice tests. Although the title claims this book to be a NAPLEX Review Guide, it covers only the pharmacotherapy area. Although the author is aware of NAPLEX competency requirements, the book does not include any topics dealing with basic and administrative sciences. A short chapter on pharmacy math does not seem to be of much use to students. There is a separate chapter on geriatric considerations, but is no separate chapter on pediatrics.
Assessment: This is a resource for candidates preparing for NAPLEX. The case application questions with explanations of the correct answer are definitely helpful to students. The organization and presentation of the materials should help students learn and assess their competencies in pharmacotherapy. This guide, however, is not a comprehensive NAPLEX review, as it does not include basic and administrative science areas. Thus, candidates will need to buy another review guide besides this one to prepare for NAPLEX.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071630122
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/20/2010
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 912
  • Sales rank: 684,475
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Author Profile

Scott Sutton, PharmD, is a Clinical Associate Professor and Clinical Pharmacist at the University of South Carolina (Joe DiPiro's School)

His specialties of interest are HIV and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Sutton not only educates students at USC, but he also works as an instructor for Morris Cody and Associates teaching pharmacy exam review courses, which assist pharmacists at passing their licensure exams. Sutton will be asking both students at USC and in his review course for feedback on his text. This will be the only combined peer and student review NAPLEX product in this market!

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Table of Contents

PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES:
Drug Product Development in the PharmaceuticalIndustry
Pharmaceutical Calculations and Statistics
Pharmaceutical Principles
Drug Dosage Forms
Biopharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems Extemporaneous Prescription Compounding
Basic Pharmacokinetics
Bioavailability and Bioequivalence
Functional Group Chemistry and Biochemistry
Microbiology / Immunology / Biotechnology Drug Products
Principles of Pharmacodynamics and Medicinal
Chemistry
Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology: Drugs Affecting the Nervous System Autocoids and Their Antagonists
Non-Narcotic Analgesic-Antipyretics
Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology: Cardiovascular and Diuretic Drugs Medicinal
Chemistry and Pharmacology: Endocrinology and Related Drugs
Drug Metabolism, Prodrugs, and Pharmacogenetics
Drug-Drug and Drug-Nutrient Interactions
Nuclear Pharmacy
PHARMACY PRACTICE:
Pharmaceutical Care and Disease State Management
Drug Information Resources
Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting
Medication Errors
Clinical Toxicology
Federal Pharmacy Law
Reviewing and Dispensing Prescription and Medication Orders
Sterile Products
Parapharmaceuticals, Home Diagnostics, and Medical Devices
OTC Otic, Dental, and Ophthalmic Agents
OTC Dermatologic Agents
OTC Weight Control, Sleep Aids, and Smoking-Cessation Aids
OTC Agents for Fever, Pain, Cough, Cold, and Allergic Rhinitis
OTC Agents for Constipation, Diarrhea, Hemorrhoids, and Heartburn
OTC Menstrual, Vaginal, and Contraceptive Agents
Herbal Medicines and Nutritional Supplements
Clinical Pharmacokinetics and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
Drug Use in Special Patient Populations: Pediatric, Pregnant, and Geriatric Clinical
Laboratory Tests
Coronary Artery Disease
Cardiac Arrhythmias
Hypertension
Heart Failure
Thromboembolic Disease
Infectious Diseases
Seizure Disorders
Parkinson's Disease
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Hyperuricemia and Gout
Peptic Ulcer Disease
Bowel Disorders
Diabetes Mellitus
Thyroid Disease
Renal Failure
Cancer Chemotherapy
Pain Management
Nutrition and the Hospitalized Patient
Immunosuppressive Agents in Organ Transplantation
Outcomes Research and Pharmacoeconomics

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