Principles of Pharmacology for Medical Assisting / Edition 5

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Overview

PRINCIPLES OF PHARMACOLOGY FOR MEDICAL ASSISTING, 5E provides a comprehensive introduction to pharmacology for medical assistants and other allied health professionals. Beginning with a mathematics review, math concepts are presented in a clear and concise manner with step-by-step explanations and many examples, followed by practice problems for immediate reinforcement. Once mastered, learn about adult and pediatric dosage calculations, as well as current and commonly used practices, procedures, medications, and drug preparations in today's medical office.

Basic math/dosage calculations/administration of medications/classification of drugs/effects of drugs on body

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Editorial Reviews

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Diana Kendrick, RMA (AMT), RN.Griffin Technical College, Griffin, GA, Medical Assisting Instructor."[Jane] Rice always brings new and up-dated information to her books. I never fail to learn something new each time I read the book or lecture a chapter. Her attention to detail, knowledge of pharmacology, and passion for education is evident in Principals of Pharmacology for Medical Assisting."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781111131821
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 9/29/2010
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 624
  • Sales rank: 566,884
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Jane Rice, RN, CMA-C has many years of teaching experience in the medical assisting field. She was the medical assisting program director at Coosa Valley Technical College in Georgia for 29 years, and is current a member of the college's Medical Assisting Advisory Committee. She has authored several bestselling textbooks, including PHARMACOLOGY FOR MEDICAL ASSISTING, MEDICATIONS AND MATHEMATICS FOR THE NURSE AND MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY: A WORD BUILDING APPROACH.

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Table of Contents

SECTION I: MATHEMATICS AND DOSAGE CALCULATIONS. Unit 1. Numerals and Fractions. Unit 2. Decimal Fractions. Unit 3. Ratio and Proportion. Unit 4. The Metric System. Unit 5. Calculating Adult Dosages: Oral and Parenteral Forms. Unit 6. Calculating Children's Dosages. SECTION II: INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY. Unit 7. Drug Sources, Schedules, and Dosages. Unit 8. Forms of Drugs and How They Act. Unit 9. The Medication Order. Unit 10. Medication Administration Essentials. Unit 11. Administration of Nonparenteral Medications. Unit 12. Parenteral Equipment and Supplies. Unit 13. Administration of Parenteral Medications. Unit 14. Allergy: An Overview. SECTION III: MEDICATIONS, SUPPLEMENTS, AND DRUG ABUSE. Unit 15. Antibiotic Agents. Unit 16. Antifungal, Antiviral, and Immunizing Agents. Unit 17. Antineoplastic Agents. Unit 18. Vitamins and Minerals. Unit 19. Psychotropic Agents. Unit 20. Substance Abuse. SECTION IV: EFFECTS OF MEDICATIONS ON BODY SYSTEMs. Unit 21. Medications Used for Musculoskeletal System Disorders. Unit 22. Medications Used for Gastrointestinal System Disorders. Unit 23. Medications Used for Cardiovascular System Disorders. Unit 24. Medications That Affect the Respiratory System. Unit 25. Diuretics and Medications Used for Urinary System Disorders. Unit 26. Medications Used in Treatment of Endocrine Disorders. Unit 27. Medications That Affect the Nervous System. Unit 28. Medications That Affect the Reproductive System. Appendix A: Color Photo Quick Reference Drug Guide. Appendix B: Helpful Resources. Appendix C: Performance Checklists.

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