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I've had feedback from students that they just want me to read them drug names and mnemonics so they can put in their earbuds before they go to bed before their board exams. I've got three five year olds, I don't have time to do the heavy lifting you all do as narrators. In Memorizing Pharmacology: A Relaxed Approach, which will sell over 6,500 audiobook copies in its first year, I only had the narrator complete 200 drug names in a seven hour book. There is a list of 350 later in the book, but I thought, who in the world would want to listen to 350 drug names in a row? So I omitted it. There was an answer to that rhetorical question, health professional students studying for a board exam that are exhausted from family, work, and school want to listen to it.

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Excellent!

Excellent ressource to help us memorize the meds.
I m a nursing student and I also own his other books of Mr Guerra, the best investment I have made, cause I dont wanna be a charge but a ressource of information on thr floor.
I would have prefered another reader's voice but still what I care is the content and the pedagogy of Mr Guerra.

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A great book, a wonderful asset for anyone.

an important tool for the continuing education and knowledge of healthcare providers. Tony and his Reader help make the information easy to digest in a relaxed setting.

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Great learning tool

excellent narration. great supplement to pharmacology. This would help with comprehension of medications and give you a head start on learning the foreign language of pharmacology.

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Great resource!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Great resource when studying for brand and generics. Gives explanations and tips on how to help memorize.

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Best way to retain the drug names!!

A fantastic way to remember the crazy drug names...some stories are entertaining and some clever enough that you will ALWAYS remember brand/generic names. No better way to remember quickly and efficiently. Why struggle if you can just have this lol.

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Perfect

This book is perfect for learning pharmacology.

My hope is that this review helps in your decision whether to obtain this book.

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Excellent etymologies and mnemonic devices!

Author's voice is pleasant and agreeable. I learned a lot and found great shortcuts for the rest. I'm sending this book to all my nursing friends. Highly recommend!

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Should have include a PDF FILE.

I enjoyed listening to this book and the narrator James! 5⭐️. If it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t have bought the 1st book, which made me want more! Great book with loads of tips!! A must buy!

However it would have been nice if the author or audible would have included a PDF file of the drug list. The hard copy includes the list but not the audible! I had to order a hard copy to see the list for studying. I purchased audible books that included a PDF file.

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Surprisingly Interesting

I turned this on to study while cleaning. I was expecting it to be hard to focus, but the addition of the mnemonic devices and other learning tricks made it easy to follow along and remember the concepts. I always forgot if docusATE increased bowel activity or decreased it, and now I don’t think I will ever for get the docusATE let’s water penetrATE the bowel. Will definitely use this to study for the NCLEX.

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Play at its normal speed - helps sleep hygiene

I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook right before bed, with the deep narration it has helped me with my sleeping rituals and teaches me something before I fall asleep, I didn’t like how the chapters we learn in PHA 202 don’t correlate with this book, as I wanted to skip right to the Cardio – diuretics chapter. I’m not sure what to expect for the NCLEX examination, but it builds to the 200 top drugs that we already learned in class, and the audiobook reads it in an efficient manner organizing it in a specific order of the speed they work in. The cardio chapter of this audiobook helped me retain the diuretics better because it allowed me to visualize the drug names that are on memoringpharm.com and it provides the history of where it came from while connecting it with actors like Bruce Lee, it allowed me to relate his death to omeprazole.