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Pharmacology for Students

Pharmacology can be a difficult subject to learn given the vast number of drugs, names, mechanisms of action, etc

Pharmacology can be a difficult subject to learn given the vast number of drugs, names, mechanisms of action, etc

Pharmacology for Students

by William Guy
Pharmacology for Students
Pharmacology for Students
Pharmacology for Students

What is it about?

Pharmacology can be a difficult subject to learn given the vast number of drugs, names, mechanisms of action, etc.

Pharmacology for Students

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
3Mb
Genre
Education Medical
Last updated
June 10, 2012
Release date
June 10, 2012
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App Store Description

Pharmacology can be a difficult subject to learn given the vast number of drugs, names, mechanisms of action, etc.

At my medical school, I helped to create an elective course for students to help improve their scores on both the USMLE and End of Basic Sciences Test.
Analysis showed that students who took the elective had both a significant improvement over the previous year's class and did significantly better than those in their class who did not take the elective.

This app provides the information from those lectures and is updated to include 180 unique questions with answers, in order to help maximize your performance on these exams by providing a readily accessible, portable, easy to use app.

This app is ideal for medical students or other clinical students during their pharmacology lectures or while studying for the USMLE and End of Basic Sciences Test. At at a little more than 1 cent/question, it is a bargain compared to other question banks.

Topics included:
-Adrenergic medications
-Cardiac medications
-Hematology medications
-Oncology medications
-Nephrology medications
-Gastroenterology medications
-NSAIDs and Steroids
-Toxins/Antidotes
-Side Effects
-Drug Class Recognition
-High Yield Information