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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. You are reading page 18 of Pharmacology Flashcards. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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Amazing!

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even though these are a few years old, do they help with the ATI proctored exam?

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even though these are a few years old, do they help with the ATI proctored exam?

Most likely

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Thank you so much!!!

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Thank you so much. This is almost too much information, haha. It will take quite some time to have all this memorized. Thanks again.

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These do work with my ATI book. There are some differences in the Unit numbers, for example my 6.0 Edition is Unit 2 Nervous System (and the cards say Unit 5 for Nervous System - which it must've been at that time). I have started on the digestive GI system and the cards follow my ATI book exactly, in this unit (GI), I only had to add 3 cards.

Another difference is that these files have Unit 9 Fluid/Lytes/Minerals/Renal ... My ATI book does not have that unit, but the drugs are in different units ... renal drugs are in the cardiovascular unit (diuretics), vitamins, minerals, and supplements are in the digestive GI unit (6) .... and my 6.0 ATI has unit 8 - Joint & Bone - and these are drugs like "Humira" DMARDs, NSAIDs, calcium supplements.

So these cards are still extremely useful - I am in my second semester and have just started using my ATI books more - but it was easy to line it up once I wrote down my units and found the cards corresponding system.

2 Nervous system (cards unit 5), 3 Respiratory system (cards unit 6), etc.

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@Chloe138, how are you studying all these flashcards? They are a lot. Are you just flipping through them a few days out of the week? Or are you creating your own flashcards? Are you using Quizlet?

I could use a few pointers on how to absorb all this information. TIA!

These do work with my ATI book. There are some differences in the Unit numbers, for example my 6.0 Edition is Unit 2 Nervous System (and the cards say Unit 5 for Nervous System - which it must've been at that time). I have started on the digestive GI system and the cards follow my ATI book exactly, in this unit (GI), I only had to add 3 cards.

Another difference is that these files have Unit 9 Fluid/Lytes/Minerals/Renal ... My ATI book does not have that unit, but the drugs are in different units ... renal drugs are in the cardiovascular unit (diuretics), vitamins, minerals, and supplements are in the digestive GI unit (6) .... and my 6.0 ATI has unit 8 - Joint & Bone - and these are drugs like "Humira" DMARDs, NSAIDs, calcium supplements.

So these cards are still extremely useful - I am in my second semester and have just started using my ATI books more - but it was easy to line it up once I wrote down my units and found the cards corresponding system.

2 Nervous system (cards unit 5), 3 Respiratory system (cards unit 6), etc.

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I printed these cards in July -- and I just started figuring out the ATI book and how it related when I had my December break after my first semester.

My class has so many resources - prepU, LWW, and ATI - and it made my first semester even harder to try to figure which resource was a good fit and to keep my head above water. So that is why I just started looking into these cards and the ATI book.

I am beginning with the units that I felt most comfortable with - and I also considered how many cards the unit had - so GI fit both those needs. This semester we will do diabetes and thyroid - so I will likely tackle Endocrine next. The cards for the Nervous system are probably the largest set - but I know that course will not be until my second year. This set is a big undertaking, but I'll have to know them in 18 months - so I figured I'd better start somewhere, no sense putting it off.

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Once I made them, I would pick a unit and go through it every day or two and separate the cards into learned and not-learned decks -- I continued to study the not-learned decks up until the final -- and would occasionally review the learned deck, too.

Nearly every day... multiple times per day... and especially at night in bed before falling asleep.

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Thanks for all this information and the work you put in - I couldn't PM you yet because I am a new member. Thanks truly for all the work that you have shared!

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I still track this thread so you can always post here... my PM inbox is often full.

I'm glad that you're finding these cards to be helpful. When I made the decision to share them, it was with the hope that others would benefit from them and thereby pay dividends on the effort that I expended in making them.

I have given some thought to making alternative formats... perhaps PDF files of each card so that they could be carried around on a phone. I also use a program called Flashcard Buddy on my Android and I've been tinkering with an automated way to convert them to a flashcard file. The biggest obstacle is the formatting and use of characters and coloring...

The PDF thing would be easy enough to do although it would be hundreds of files and I'm not sure how useful that would be.

Regardless, best wishes for success in pharm, nursing school, and beyond.

Nursing is still one of the best decisions I've made.

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