NCLEX-RN Vocabulary and Medications with CD-ROM (REA) / Edition 1 available in Other Format
REA’s NCLEX-RN Vocabulary & Medications Flashcard Book Gets You Ready for Your Nursing Exam!
Premium Edition with Hundreds of Must-Know Nursing Terms
The health care industry is booming. With the ever-growing demand for qualified medical professionals, there are numerous career opportunities available in the nursing field. Qualified nurses are needed in hospitals, assisted living facilities, and in the home healthcare industry.
REA’s NCLEX-RN Vocabulary & Medications Flashcard Book with TestWare CD helps you check your test-readiness before taking your NCLEX exam. This latest addition to our Health Sciences series of flashcards is the perfect refresher and offers a quick and convenient way to study the vocabulary and medications material on the test, so you can score higher on test day!
Written by a nursing instructor and a seasoned pharmacology textbook author, this on-the-go study supplement is packed with 400 must-know vocabulary and medications flashcards covering definitions, nursing process categories, generic and brand names, classifications, side effects, and nursing implications. Our flashcards are based on the material tested on the actual NCLEX and cover everything you need to know in the four test categories.
This Premium Edition with CD contains 100 of the book’s flashcards to challenge your test-readiness and four medical reference charts (Cardiorespiratory System, Digestive System, Lymphatic System, and Nervous System) that offer additional review.
Unlike most flashcards that come loose in a box, our flashcards are bound in an organized, compact book that makes studying a breeze.
Fully indexed, this flashcard book is the perfect study tool for anyone pursuing a nursing career!
About the Author
Dr. Michael Adams has an M.S. degree in Pharmacology from Michigan State University and a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of South Florida. He has authored three textbooks in pharmacology and is currently Professor of Biological Sciences at Pasco-Hernando Community College in New Port Richey, Florida.
Jeanine Brice is currently an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Technical Health programs at Pasco-Hernando Community College in New Port Richey, Florida. She has been a registered nurse for over 23 years and has been involved in nursing education for the last 20 years, providing didactic and clinical instruction to nursing students. Her nursing and clinical education experiences include those in medical, surgical, long-term care, pediatrics, and obstetrics units. Ms. Brice has an ADN from Charles County Community College (College of Southern Maryland), a B.S. from the University of Maryland, and an M.S. in Nursing Education/Community Health from Bowie State University.
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From the Authors
The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) is
the culmination of the total knowledge, skills, and abilities learned
in nursing school. It is recognized as a significant milestone in an
individual’s entry into professional nursing practice.
One of the most frequent questions from students is how best to
prepare for (and pass) the NCLEX-RN® examination. From your first
weeks in nursing school, your instructors began preparing you for
this examination. Throughout your classes, important information was
stressed: This is information that you will use to practice nursing safely,
effectively, and compassionately.
Now, the rest is up to you. Reviewing this extensive body of
knowledge is a long process, and it is never easy. To assist you in focusing
on important aspects of your nursing education, we have created a listing
of over 400 key vocabulary terms and medications that are most likely
to appear on the NCLEX-RN® exam. Term and medication information
is presented in a handy flashcard format in order to help you (and your
study group) memorize and understand each term with ease. Although
questions may vary on each examination, these terms and medications
are fundamental to nursing practice. They were created to help you
focus on core concepts that are encountered on the exam.
The medications selected for inclusion are those most frequently
prescribed in the United States. Information is supplied in a concise
format, outlining the drug name (generic and brand), pronunciation, drug
classification, side effects, and nursing implications and precautions.
The key vocabulary terms were selected from the NCSBN 2010
RN Test Plan and are classified according to the steps of the nursing
process. Terms related to illness were identified as some of the most
common diseases/disorders found in the United States. Along with the
key term is a pronunciation, the definition, and a sentence that provides
an example of its use in nursing practice.
As authors, it is our hope that these flashcards will help to increase
your score and accomplish a major goal in your future career. Best
wishes for much success!
Michael Adams, Ph.D.
Jeanine Brice, RN, BSN
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
From the Authors
About the Authors
About Research & Education Association
Appendix: Common Sound-Alike/Look-Alike Medications
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