Pharmacology Online to Accompany Pharmacology for Nursing Care (User Guide and Access Code) / Edition 5

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Overview

This rich library of online assets is an essential tool for building a fully online or web-enhanced nursing pharmacology course that corresponds to Lehne's best-selling Pharmacology for Nursing Care, 5th Edition. A wealth of interactive assets are provided for students, including Self-Study Modules covering the basic principles of pharmacology, branching Case Studies, interactive Learning Activities, Video Clips, an online Drug Handbook, Audio Clips, Discussion Threads, WebLinks, and an Image Collection. Instructor assets include a PowerPoint Collection, Test Bank, and WebLinks.
  • Assets are presented in two views - a Unit View (corresponding to the units in the Lehne textbook) and an Asset View (assets are organized by asset type).
  • Self-Study Modules on the basic principles of pharmacology serve as a convenient adjunct to textbook material or classroom presentation. Students can work through the 11 animation-enhanced modules as often as needed to ensure comprehension, then submit an NCLEX examination-style assessment to their instructor.
  • Branching Case Studies immerse students in true-to-life clinical scenarios and ask them to make choices in patient care. The 18 cases unfold differently depending on the choices that the student makes, and remediation is provided for incorrect choices. At the end of the case, the student submits an NCLEX examination-style assessment to the instructor.
  • An online Drug Handbook is available to help students work through issues of drug dosage and administration.
  • Interactive Learning Activities include activity themes such as What Drug Am I? Two activities are provided for each Unit of the Lehne text, for a total of 40 activities.
  • 10 Roadside Assistance video clips feature nationally known pharmacologist and speaker Alan P. Agins, PhD, presenting core pharmacology concepts with a uniquely memorable flair.
  • Audio Clips are provided for approximately 450 key terms in pharmacology, including the generic names of the top 100 drugs.
  • Discussion Threads (three per Lehne Unit, for a total of 60) are thought-provoking questions that faculty can post for student discussion.
  • A 400-item Image Collection includes every image from Elsevier's top-selling nursing pharmacology textbooks, plus all of the images from the Self-Study Modules.
  • A freestanding collection of 18 Animations includes every animation from the Self-Study Modules, for incorporation into faculty-created presentations.
  • Includes WebLinks corresponding to every chapter in the Lehne textbook. This dynamic library of links is updated quarterly to ensure currency.
  • The PowerPoint Collection includes some 600 text slides that can be used as is or customized by the instructor.
  • The Test Bank includes 750 items in a format consistent with the NCLEX Examination, each coded with correct answer, nursing process step, NCLEX client needs category, and cognitive type. Files are delivered in ExamView, Blackboard Assessment Manager, and Word.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721602509
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 11/15/2004
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 16
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.20 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

1. The Chemistry of Pharmacology

2. Pharmacokinetics 1: Absorption

3. Pharmacokinetics 2: Distribution

4. Pharmacokinetics 3: Metabolism

5. Pharmacokinetics 4: Excretion

6. Pharmacokinetics 5: Time Course of Drug Responses

7. Pharmacodynamics 1: Dose-Response Relationships and Receptors

8. Pharmacodynamics 2: Drug-Receptor Interactions

9. Pharmacodynamics 3: Therapeutic Index

10. Drug Interactions 1: Drug-Drug Interactions

11. Drug Interactions 2: Drug-Food Interactions

Case Studies

Avoiding Medication Errors
The Elderly and Polypharmacy
Dopamine and Heart Failure
Depression
Diuretics and Potassium Imbalances
Antianginal Medications and Coronary Artery Disease
Hypothyroidism in Pregnancy
Oral Contraception
Childhood Immunization
Osteoporosis
Asthma
Constipation
Orlistat in Weight Loss
Infection and Antibiotics
Malaria
Managing Side Effects of Anticancer Drugs
Accutane Therapy

Video Clips

What’s in a Name? – Deciphering Drug Names
Presto . . . Change-o – Understanding Drug Metabolism
The Donut Decay Principle – Understanding Drug Half-life (Part 1)
The Number Shall Be Five . . . and Five Shall Be the Number – Understanding Drug Half-life (Part 2)
I Saw You From Across a Crowded Room – Understanding Agonists and Antagonists (Part 1)
I Thought We Had Some Chemistry – Understanding Agonists and Antagonists (Part 2)
Striking the Mother Lode – Polypharmacy and the Danger of Drug Interactions
To Err Is Human … and Deadly – Targeting Medication Errors
Different Strokes … or Nausea, or Headaches, or Indigestion … for Different Folks – Understanding Individual Variations in Drug Response
Take Me Out to the Synapse - Understanding the Basis of Neuropharmacology
Learning Activities (40 interactive activities)
Discussion Threads (60 discussion threads for student interaction)
Animations (18 animations)
Audio Clips (500 audio clips, including the generic names of the top 100 drugs prescribed)
Image Collection (400 color images)
PowerPoint Collection (600 customizable text slides)
WebLinks (updated quarterly)
Test Bank (750 items in a format consistent with the NCLEX Examination)

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