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Pharmacology mnemonics

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How to Study Pharmacology in PA School | AP the PA

Studying for your first pharmacology exam can be quite a daunting task. I think that pharmacology is like learning a whole new language. The words all sound funny and you have to learn so many things about each drug, including it's mechanism of action, side effects, concerns, contraindications, and doses. So at first, it all seemed very overwhelming and I didn't know where to begin. There are different ways to study for it, but today I wanted to share the way that's been tried and tested by…

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Nursing Mnemonics: Anti-hypertensive Drugs

Beta Blockers Beta blockers help the heart beat with less speed and force. The heart pumps less blood through the blood vessels with each beat, and blood pressure decreases. Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitors (ACEI) ACE inhibitors keep the body from making a hormone called angiotensin II, which causes blood vessels to narrow. These medications decrease […]