A Revolutionary New Undergraduate Pharmacology Text for Nursing Students
Pharmacology for Nurses is a groundbreaking new text that teaches the basic concepts of pharmacology to undergraduate nursing students. The text focuses on critical need-to-know
information and draws on the experience of fourteen contributing authors in the field of nursing. It takes a new approach to teaching the complex topic of pharmacology through its concise, digestible coverage of material, reader friendly design, and use of images and tables to reinforce content. This text is also intended as a reference for other nursing courses and as part of the nursing professional's permanent reference library.
Designed to reflect real-life clinical applications, Pharmacology for Nurses also provides a fundamental introduction to pharmacology for nursing students. The basics of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics explained in relation to clinical practice. Patient and drug variables as well as drug interactions and effects are also fully explored along with the administration of medications.
Inter-relationship of physiologic processes
Effect of drugs on physiologic processes
Homeostatic nature of the body
Each chapter begins with a summary of Learning Objectives
Chapters conclude with summaries and practice questions