Are your exams coming up? Are you drowning in textbooks and lecture notes and wondering where to begin? Take the FASTtrack route to successful study for your examinations. FASTtrack is a new series of indispensable revision/study guides created especially for pharmacy students. Each book focuses on what pharmacy students really need to know in order to pass exams, providing concise, bulleted information, key points, tips and an all-important self-assessment section which includes MCQs, case studies, sample essay questions and worked examples. The FASTtrack series provides the ultimate lecture notes and is a must-have for all pharmacy students wanting to study and test themselves for forthcoming exams. Addressing all common ailments, organised by system in alphabetical order, FASTtrack: Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy provides all the essential information needed for managing symptoms presented in the pharmacy. This new edition has been revised and updated and includes new self-assessment questions and a new chapter on menstrual disorders.
Publisher: Pharmaceutical Press
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 363 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 14 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
"A good basic reference for practicing outpatient or ambulatory care pharmacists that addresses ailments that they may see as well as how to treat them...The book's organization and concise presentation make it a quick read and reference. It provides good explanations of treatment without scaring readers off with too much technical detail. Unique features that contribute to the value of the book include the case studies..., the specific criteria for when a patient should be referred to a practitioner, and the emergency care information where appropriate." Anastasia Shields, BS, PharmD, Doody's Notes, May 2013. -- Anastasia Shields * Doody's Notes *
"It is a comprehensive textbook. Helpful to students to remember the concept in-relation to common clinical disease state conditions with well prepared short case studies followed by a few MCQs." Dr Praveen Bhugra, University of Sunderland, June 2013. -- Dr Praveen Bhugra