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Pharmacology Handbook for Clinical Practice, First Edition, provides health care providers and students with solid foundation of pharmacology to prepare and guide them to meet the challenges they come across in their professional practice and it has been designed for students at all levels of professional medical program.
Nashwan’s Rules were created to help health care providers and students in recalling the most common drugs based on the relationship between drug’s name and its action, indications, side effects, contraindications and proper medical management. On the other hand, revised and refined “Pharmacology Mnemonics” and visual Memory Cards were added to provide simple principles and strategies for improving your memory.
Middle East Pharmacological Index included a vast majority of drugs where used in Jordanian hospitals and clinical care settings to guide health care providers and students. Drug’s basic information is presented and arranged alphabetically by trade name then generic name and finally the therapeutic category for each drug. Each page of the handbook contains letter guides at the side, much like a dictionary, to facilitate easy and quickly access to any drug.
The ability to do accurate and quick drug calculations is an essential skill for health care providers and students, yet many students and practitioners are unsure of their mathematical abilities. Therefore, Drug Calculations were included as a one part with clear examples to assist you to learn the essentials and practice simple to advanced calculations.
Finally, five appendices were included to conclude the Advanced Cardiac life Support (ACLS) medications, the most commonly used antibiotics, Antidotes, common medical abbreviations and therapeutic serum concentrations for selected drugs.
We are sure this handbook will be an enormous guide to all those for whom it is intended.
AbdulQadir J. Nashwan
Alhassan S. Almahrouq
Dana B. Mansour