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Pharmacology By Bangalore Murthy, MD
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Pharmacology review for medical students preparing for USMLE Step 1.
Pharmacology By Sailaja Pamu
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Want to be a healthy person,it should start from your early age.
Memorizing Pharmacology By Tony Guerra
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As a working parent of 4-year-old triplet daughters, I understand time management presents one of the greatest barriers to my pharmacology students' success. Many students feel that cold sense of... More > overwhelm and information overload. This easy-to-read guide organizes pharmacology into manageable, logical steps you can fit in short pockets of time. The proven system helps you memorize medications quickly and form immediate connections. With mnemonics from students and instructors, you'll see how both sides approach learning. After you've finished the 200 Top Drugs in this book, reading pharmacology exam questions will seem like reading plain English. You'll have a new understanding of pharmacology to do better in class, clinical and your board exam. You'll feel the confidence you'd hoped for as a future health professional. For patients and caregivers, this book provides a means to memorize medications to quickly and articulately communicate with your health providers.< Less
PHARMACOLOGY 4th ED By Chris Rasmussen MD, MS
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PCOM basic medical pharmacology. For PCOM students attending the Chicago school.
Everything About Pharmacology By Dr. Pradeep K. Agarwal
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Everything About Pharmacology” is a quick reference guide to understand the basics of pharmacology along with terminologies used by Medical and Pharma candidates. The book gives readers an... More > quick reference tool to know about: Basics of Pharmacology, Fundamentals Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, Terminologies used in Pharmacology, Abbreviations used in Pharmacology, Miscellaneous Terminologies/ Abbreviations etc.< Less
Revising Basic and Clinical Pharmacology By Dr S Steele
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This is an exam preparation workbook for undergraduate medical students approaching pharmacology exams. There is a mixture of multiple choice, short answer and viva voce questions arranged into mock... More > examinations. The questions are designed to illustrate core points covered in undergraduate medical curricula.< Less
Measurement and Pharmacology Review By John W. Pluemer
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This book is designed as a review of basic measurement and pharmacology calculations required in the nursing profession
Kriger's Textbook of Pharmacology By Kriger Research Center
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Kriger`s Textbook of Pharmacology covers all the important concepts students need to know about the science of pharmacology and its application to clinical practice. To be as clinically relevant as... More > possible, the book features a strong focus on the choice and use of drugs in patients and the monitoring of their effects. Coverage includes every important aspect of medical pharmacology.< Less
Pharmacology Effective Dose Equivalent By Homework Help Classof1
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"Use the data given below from FGR 11 for Class D Cs-137 to: a. Verify the listed specific committed effective dose-equivalent, HE per unit intake, is 8.63 E-9 Sv/Bq b. Determine the most... More > limiting ALI (compare stochastic vs. non-stochastic) c. Verify the value of 2 E-10 uCi/ml reported in 10 CFR 20 Appendix B Table 2 for effluent concentration (EC) in air based on public dose-equivalent limits "< Less
Pharmacology Equivalent Dose of Organ By Homework Help Classof1
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"As a result of the single intake of 6.3x10^3 Bq of a radionuclide, a certain organ will receive doses of 0.2 mGy from a low energy beta particles and 0.05 mGy from alpha particles during the... More > next 50 y. These are the only radiations emitted and this organ is the only one that receives appreciable radiation as a result of the intake. The organ has a weighting factor of 0.05. a) What is the committed equivalent dose to the organ? b) What is the committed effective dose to the individual? c) What is the ALI for this route of intake? "< Less

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