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The most detailed, portable, and easy-to-use drug guide to help students pass the NCLEX-RN!
Prospective nursing students looking for the best guide on the market to help prepare them for the NCLEX-RN are turning to Kaplan. Nursing students are constantly on-the-go, and they need study materials that fit in with their busy lifestyle. Kaplan NCLEX-RN: Medications You Need to Know for the Exam is the best pocket-sized and portable drug guide available for nursing students to assist in their preparation.
In Kaplan NCLEX-RN: Medications You Need to Know for the Exam, students will find everything they need to learn about commonly seen medications on the test, including:
- Information on 300 frequently tested medications, with their common names, phonetic pronunciations, and drug families
- Detailed descriptions of nursing considerations and must-know side effects for each medication
- The latest Joint Commission-approved medical abbreviations to help prepare for the exam
Kaplan teaches to the NCLEX-RN. We provide the tools students need to develop critical thinking skills to successfully answer exam-level questions. We review the nursing content that is frequently tested, but more importantly, we show students how to use this knowledge to make nursing judgments. This gives students the confidence and knowledge they need to walk into the exam prepared and ready to pass. With Kaplan NCLEX-RN: Medications You Need to Know for the Exam, students know that they are getting the most up-to-date and expert information available to prepare for the NCLEX-RN.
This targeted guide provides nursing students with 280 frequently tested NCLEX-RN exam terms, including medications plus their common names, drug family, and side effects, as well as an appendix of medical abbreviations. Kaplan NCLEX-RN: Medications You Need to Know for the Exam
is the perfect companion guide for students on-the-go who are already preparing for the NCLEX-RN exam.
The new format features two terms on one side of each page, with the explanations on the other. The book is grouped by medicine category.
About the Author
Barbara Arnoldussen, an honors graduate of the Marquette University College of Nursing, received an MBA from San Jose State University. She is the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Officer for the Research Compliance Office at Stanford University, ensuring that its human subject research studies meet national standards. She has also been a consultant to a NASA patient safety initiative, a hospital and clinic quality manager, clinic director, online educator, research coordinator, and newspaper reporter.