Drug Cards are Lame!! - page 2

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:down::down: :mad: Hand cramps, back aches, neck cramps, tired eyes...:mad: I can only do so many butt squeezes, calf pumps, and back stretches before I fall prey to the lethargy fairy :sleep: Just venting.... Read More


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    Quote from elkpark

    Yes, I know -- I hated writing drug cards, too, when I was in nursing school. But there is a legitimate, educational reason why your school is making you do something as antediluvian as writing stuff down on paper.
    You're right about that! I know I learn best by writing my drug cards. But golly-g, I thought pharmacology was bad!
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    I typed mine on 4x6 index cards and my Pharmacology Instructor LOVED me for it and even suggested I sell them! She didn't like trying to decipher someone's handwriting any more than the person writing out the med card liked the hand cramping. I have nerve damage from a neck injury and my hand goes numb fairly quickly.
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    I feel your disdain for drug cards! I type write them, then type them and I don't retain any of the information until I read them over on my own!
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    Quote from ShaynaSmart
    I feel your disdain for drug cards! I type write them, then type them and I don't retain any of the information until I read them over on my own!
    I have to agree.
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    Here are some made by a fellow student......
    ♪♫ in my ♥ Jul 25, '11 5



    Greetings.

    Attached are 12 Word documents which I made when I took pharmacology. All the information was based on the ATI study guide since that constituted the final exam in our class.

    They are formatted as 3x5 cards and were printed on individual 3x5 cards.

    Have at 'em if you think they'll help... they certainly worked for me.

    Again, they are entirely my own creation based on the information out of the ATI book. I make no promises as to their accuracy (though I rocked pharm so they couldn't be too bad).

    Feedback is welcome.

    Attached Files


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