pwiser69 1,569 Views
Flash Cards did the trick for me. Mostly learn the drug classess and understand how the drugs fit into that class by the way they are spelled i.e. meds ending in lol are beta blockers. In pharm you will learn what beta blockers do, side effects etc. I studied about 1 hour a night but that may be on the low side. I retain information from class lecture the best so I did not really study much beside that. If you already have your pharm book I am sure it contains a section on drug classes. If not you may have a drug guide like Davis Drug guide for nurses. Within the book is a section on drug classes. If you wanted to get ahead look at those classes. Find out what they do and what the pre- or suffix is for each one.
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