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Memorizing Pharmacology Questions, Answers, and Rationales Book 1: Gastrointestinal Pharmacology Review with Visual Memory Aids and Mnemonics

Narrated by: Mike Lenz
Length: 2 hrs and 20 mins
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Pharmacology for busy people.

With triplet eight-year-old daughters, I don’t get four-hour study blocks in a quiet corner of the library. I get an hour here or 15 minutes there. This book is for those commuters, busy parents, and working students who need a “fit it in” approach to studying pharmacology. This book has multiple rapid-fire questions, answers, rationales, and mnemonics that you can do alone or with a partner to help you understand pharmacology better and remember the content longer. It includes:

  • Prefixes, suffixes, and infixes matching: These are the key to learning many hundreds of drug classifications.
  • Sorting series section: Here you make sense out of drug classes better picturing their relationships.
  • One-line cases: These cases come in pairs so you can work with a partner.
  • Short essay prompts: It’s nice to know how the professor might answer a question.
  • A special bonus chapter preview from the book Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics.

But let’s talk about the most pressing issue that keeps you from succeeding: energy.

©2019 Tony Guerra (P)2019 Tony Guerra

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Great listen!

I had listen to the audiobook. It was a great and easy read that held my attention. I figured it was something I would turn on and then tune out after a while. There was tons of repetition which made learning even easier since we were listening to the same ideas over again. The side comment stories made it applicable to learning and easier to retain and the pneumonics provided was very beneficial.

This would be a great book series to start out as a beginning student in the medical field, especially for first or second year pharmacy student or nursing students.

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