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This is a discussion on Suggestions for Med-Surg and Pharm? in Nursing Student Assistance, part of Nursing Student ... For my second quarter of nursing school I have both Pharmacology and Med-surg... These are the...by GamerGirL337 Dec 4, '11For my second quarter of nursing school I have both Pharmacology and Med-surg...
These are the books we are using for both classes from amazon:
Pharmacology and the Nursing Process: Lilley, Collins, Harrington, Snyder
Medical-Surgical Nursing: Patient-Centered Collaborative Care, 2-Volume Set: Ignatavicious, Workman
Math for Clinical Practice: Macklin, Chernecky, Infortuna
and I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on companion books to go with these? the study guides are available, but they never help me and our teachers give them to us for free anyways...so Would a drug guide be good? if so which one? just basically what are some suggestions for passing these classes? and what books do your recommend?
Thanks in advance!!!
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- Dec 4, '11 by lalaneedstopassIf you have ATI there's a lot of sections on there for pharm and med/surg that are helpful. You can go to quia.com and search for quizzes from other instructors for practice and a drug guide book would only be helpful for referring to specific drugs as to what classes they belong to for pharm or common ones used in med/surg. If you find yourself struggling the companion CDs are very very helpful. The drug guide book that was required for my class that I use is http://www.amazon.com/Nursing2012-Ha...3025201&sr=1-1 if you aren't required to get one and all the hospitals here use the same one also.
- Dec 4, '11 by SunshineDaisyI have the same Pharm book, and I think the same med surge book! This is the drug we get in our bundle http://www.amazon.com/Nursing-Refere...7&sr=1-3-fkmr1 and comes in very handy!
- Dec 4, '11 by BacktotheBeachI use those books, too, but for test prep, you can't beat the NCLEX books. Saunders is great and so are the Test Success Series. Also, do you use the Evolve website? They have really good practice tests for each chapter in your textbook.