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by Dick R. Gourley,James C. Eoff,III

eBook The APhA Complete Review for Pharmacy (Gourley, APha Complete Review for Pharmacy) download ISBN: 1582121621
Author: Dick R. Gourley,James C. Eoff,III
Publisher: American Pharmacists Association; 9 edition (January 15, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 964
ePub: 1445 kb
Fb2: 1125 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences

Extremely recommend to anyone who needs a good ref for NAPLEX.

Extremely recommend to anyone who needs a good ref for NAPLEX. Published by Thriftbooks. it's still worth to have one! This book provides both synopsis of major pharmacy knowledge that will be appeared in NAPLEX and set of questions at the end of each chapter. I found this book very helpful so far! I will take this exam soon and hopefully I will pass the test!

Drug therapy for chronic and common diseases - the subject of more than half of this study guide's 38 chapters.

Drug therapy for chronic and common diseases - the subject of more than half of this study guide's 38 chapters. More than 900 practice exam questions and answers plus explanations that reinforce key learning points.

Paperback: 1050 pages.

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The book contains 34 chapters and 612 pages.

Washington DC: American Pharmacists Association; 2010. The book contains 34 chapters and 612 pages. Each chapter has a different number of sections in which the material is grouped, with each section having 20 multiple-choice self-study questions. The basic biomedical sciences portion covers anatomy and physiology, pathology andpathophysiology, microbiology, and immunology.

The NAPLEX (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination) is the standard licensing exam that all US pharmacy students must pass to practice pharmacy. This book presents a. The NAPLEX (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination) is the standard licensing exam that all US pharmacy students must pass to practice pharmacy. This book presents a fresh approach, in which, the student studies only the information most relevant to the exam, that is summarized in abbreviated bullet format.

The NAPLEX (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination) is the standard licensing exam that all U.S. pharmacy students must pass to practice pharmacy. It's an arduous exam that tests a daunting range of knowledge. Approximately 10 per cent of students taking the exam for the first time fail to achieve a passing score. Preparing for the NAPLEX by reviewing all of the material from each pharmacy school course would be overwhelming. A far better approach would be to study only the information most relevant to the exam, summarized in abbreviated bullet format - and that's what The APhA Complete Review for Pharmacy contains. Features of this title include: Top 200 drugs: Begin your NAPLEX preparation by learning the generic and trade names for the top 200 drugs, Math: After generic and trade names, this is the most important single area to review, Drug therapy for chronic and common diseases: This is the heart of today's NAPLEX and the subject of more than half of the 40 chapters in this study guide; and, Summary tables of the major drug categories: Drug charts, including dosage schedules and dosage forms, are provided in each of the therapeutic chapters. New to this edition are three new chapters - Drug Information, Biostatistics, and Clinical Trial Design. An updated chapter on new drug approvals, indications, and formulations is also included. This title includes review questions. All chapters end with 20 or more practice exam questions and answers as well as explanation that reinforce key learning points.
Comments: (7)
Burisi
I'm a practicing pharmacist already and was interested in material with a little more substance. This review is not geared towards pharmacists who have been out of school for a while. This is for a recent graduate who will be taking the exam for the first time. But many sections are useful.
Faezahn
As I have stated before, if you are looking for a 5 you won't find it. Buy a couple of the high rated ones and you'll be ok
Unirtay
I was so disappointed in this purchase! The book contains far too much information, and in the end you feel like you're doomed as far as passing the NAPLEX. In the end I opted for the RX Prep study book, and only used this book as a reference. Definitely NOT worth the price.
spark
Great product
Lightbinder
best book and also in really good condition..loved to read it..and gived me lots of information which is very important for naplex..
Andromajurus
DONT BUY THIS BOOK. I have used this book since I bought it 2 weeks ago, and I am finding so MANY mistakes. Let me list.
1. This is the exact same content from last year's book. I compared them. Verbatim. Only the Statistics is added.
2. There are inconsistencies in the content. One page ~ 40-60% effective and another page says ~ 45%. Or may say therapeutic range is 10-20.. and another page says 15-30...wtf.
3. The complexity of the chapters is like reading a textbook and not a study book.
4. Everything is just organized into paragraphs. Hard to determine which is relevant.
5. Information is severely outdated. They still have Insulins that don't exist anymore.

I am seriously going to RxPrep as fellow classmates said its much better.

THIS BOOK IS BORING AND DISORGANIZED. DON'T BUY IT. SELL IT.
Beanisend
This item is exactly as was described. Great resource while studying for boards and a good adjunct to RxPrep. I recommend to fellow and future students.
The review book was very lengthy, but I feel that it covered everything. I passed the NAPLEX using this book. It is longer length wise than the more expensive and concise RX Prep.