A case-based companion study guide to Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice, 2e a learn how to apply your knowledge to actual patient situations Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide uses 98 cases to help you learn how to apply pharmacotherapeutic concepts to specific patient situations. Each case is presented in a consistent manner, similar to what you would see in a clinical setting and focuses on one primary topic or problem. Patients discussed in these cases will have drug therapy problems requiring identification and management. For each case, you will be asked to develop a Patient Database, Drug Therapy Problem Worksheet, and Pharmacotherapy Care Plan using the forms provided. These forms are adapted from those originally developed by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists Clinical Skills program. Each case includes: Learning Objectives Patient Presentation Targeted Questions followed by a hint that refers you to pages in Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice, 2e where you can find the information to answer the question Follow-up Global Perspective which highlights an issue related to the case that is important to countries outside of North America or involve different ethnic groups or races Case SummaryShe is very fearful of having another episode and has started to avoid places like Walmart and the mall, where these have occurred. She has difficulty attending after-school events where aeveryone is in the gymnasium and Ia#39;m afraid I cana#39;t get out.a She called in ... She has one sister who has aanxietya and is on citalopram.
|Title||:||Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide: A Case-Based Care Plan Approach|
|Author||:||Michael Katz, Kathryn R. Matthias, Marie Chisholm-Burns|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2010-12-20|