Med cards

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Anyone have any suggestions on the best place to get med cards? Are they all basically the same or do they differ? I had some someone gave me but they are six years old and I can't use them.




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Specializes in OB, lactation.

I don't have any help, but if you don't get any feedback here you can see if they are for sale at if so they'll probably have reviews and samples to view.


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I have the Mosby's Nursing Drug Cards and they are good. Not all drugs have a card, so you will still need a drug book for the more unusual medications. I got mine at Barnes & Noble.

I made my own. It helped me learn about the meds, it was really cheap, and I didn't have to worry about losing any--I could make more if I needed to!

Specializes in Inpatient Acute Rehab.

Davis Drug Guide is real good. It is a med book that has a with it. From this cd you can print off your own med cards. You can even customize them to a specific patient. Our nursing instructors recommended it. REAL great!!!


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Hello, everyone

My name is Olive, I am 23 years old, from Canada, B.C. I just started the nursing program this January of 2004. Frankly speaking, I am very stress out. I also work during the weekend so I don't get much time off for myself. I just want to ask anybody outthere how they deal/manage their stress??? the stress is affecting my health (I've lost 10 lbs since I started school, I've develope migraine and I'm always irritated), as well as my relationship with my boyfriend, family, friends, and co-workers. I used to be such a bubbly person but lately I feel so depress. So if anyone would like to share their secret please respond



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i'm just wondering how often we need to update the med cards? I belong to a book club, and right now they are offering the med cards/box at 1/2 price! is it because a new one will be out soon? how often does the information change?


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