Accelerated answers for the pharmacology course/shelf exams-written by students, for students q. . . an excellent review book for Step 1. Its questions and answer format captures many high-yield concepts.q -- Alvin Kwok, M4, University of Utah School of Medicine . . . a great way to quiz yourself and fellow students leading up to test day.q -- David Coyle, M3, East Carolina University qThis book is written to provide students with high yield facts in pharmacology that can be reviewed quickly just prior to taking a course exam or an accreditation exam that contains questions on pharmacology. Students will like this offering. It is written for medical students but any healthcare professional who has pharmacology in their curriculum or accreditation exams will find this book of value. 3 Starsq--Doody's Review Service If you're a medical student on the go, gearing up for the pharmacology course/shelf exam and the USMLE Step 1 exam can present a big challenge. How do you boil down your pharmacology course work into only the most critical concepts, so you can have the edge at exam time? Deja Review: Pharmacology is the resource that gets you there. Drawn from the perspectives of top students fresh from their course exams and the USMLE Step 1, this unbeatable, portable guide features a quick-read QaA format-one that helps you efficiently plow through a large amount of pertinent information. It also allows you to zero in on only correct answers to promote memorization and optimize your study time. Features All-inclusive, yet concise coverage of pharmacologic agents Student authorship-take it from the medical students who've been there ab and get the no-nonsense, battle-tested insights you need to succeed! Study-enhancing tips, mnemonics, and insider advice A clinical vignette chapter that lets you review highly relevant scenarios likely to appear on course exams and the USMLE Step 1How does niacin affect the lipid profile? What are the adverse effects of niacin? How is facial flushing counteracted in patients on niacin therapy? Niacin is also known as? What new antihyperlipidemic agent works by inhibiting absorption ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Deja Review Pharmacology|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2006-10-18|