Pharmacology for Professional Practice Revision Notes and Tables

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  • UniversityAuckland University of Technology
  • AreaHealth and sports sciences
  • CoursePharmacology for Professional Practice
  • Course CodePHMY701
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  • Authorsavinglives
  • Created2017
  • Pages39
  • Approved21 December 2018

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About these notes

These are comprehensive notes covering all course material from PHMY701 Pharmacology for Professional Practice, suitable for nursing and paramedic students. These notes formed the basis of my revision for the exam and continue to help me in ongoing practice. The notes consist of information about each medication class, questions to help guide your study (with answers!) and tables for each group of medications including class, examples, mechanism of action, side effects. Other useful information is scattered throughout where relevant. Mnemonics for remembering information are included where applicable.

The notes are well formatted into sections as per the topics below:

Topics covered include pharmacotherapeutics related to:
o Gastro‐intestinal system
o Cardiovascular system
o Respiratory system
o Central nervous system
o Infections
o Endocrine system
o Musculoskeletal and joint diseases
o Anaesthesia

I studied a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Paramedicine) at Auckland University of Technology and was awarded academic distinction.

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