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NCLEX-RN Medication Flashcardsby Kaplan
The medication questions that appear on the NCLEX-RN exam can be complicated and challenging. Flashcards are an ideal format for busy nursing students studying between classes, during breaks at clinical, or in their spare time. Kaplan's/b>
Kaplan's focused NCLEX drug review in convenient flashcard format, now color-coded by drug category!
The medication questions that appear on the NCLEX-RN exam can be complicated and challenging. Flashcards are an ideal format for busy nursing students studying between classes, during breaks at clinical, or in their spare time. Kaplan's NCLEX-RN Medication Flashcards gives students a focused review of the 300 medications most frequently found on the test, including the medications' trade and generic names, drug families, side effects, and nursing considerations.
NEW! Now in FULL COLOR and color-coded by drug category for easy reference
NEW! Heftier card stock stands up to tough use on the go
Medications with their drug categories, pronunciations, and common names are presented on side one
Flip to the back to review essential side effects and nursing considerations for each drug
With Kaplan's NCLEX-RN Medication Flashcards, you know you are getting the most-up-to-date, expert medication information available to prepare for the NCLEX-RN.
Drug categories covered:
Allergy and Asthma Medications
Mental Health Medications
- Kaplan Publishing
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- Edition description:
- 4th Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 5.40(w) x 7.40(h) x 3.20(d)
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This is good for quick review but there are some minir typos I am not happy about especially since I payed basically 50$ for it. The person who edited the note cards must have been extremely tired.