Taking up nursing is probably one of the best decisions you have made. This is because aside from belonging to one of the professions with the most lucrative compensation and benefits package, being a nurse also allows you to touch patients positively. It all sounds so good, right? It does, until you remember that the NCLEX® test plan, and even your nursing school examinations, includes questions about medications and how these drugs relate to patient care. And when this happens, most students worry if they will be able to answer those questions appropriately, or if they can memorize vast information about these medications on top of other concepts needed to be remembered.
Like me, you don’t have the time to wade through extraneous foreword and pretentious terms to get to the point. That is exactly why I created the EASY Nursing Drug Guide filled with content you are most likely to see on the NCLEX® and be tested on during nursing school.
Contents of Easy Nursing Drug Guide:
1) The Must Knows for Medications
2) Pain Medications
3) Hypertensive Drugs
4) Cardiac Drugs
5) Drugs for the Hematologic System
6) Medications for the Respiratory System
7) Medications for Gastrointestinal System Disorders
8) Genitourinary Drugs
9) Anti-inflammatory, Anti-Allergy and Immunosuppressing Medications
10) Endocrine Drugs
11) Herbal Medications in the NCLEX®
12) *BONUS* Practice Test