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APhA Complete Review for the FPGEE (The) eBook: Dick R. Gourley: aracer.mobi: devices; Due to its large file size, this book may take longer to download. Posts about Pharmacy Exams (NAPLEX, FPGEE, GRE, GAT) written by YP - Admin. APHA's Complete Review For Pharmacy By Dick R. Gourley, James C. Eoff · Click here to download this book. Advertisements. نُهى بنجر · @NohaBanjar. ☆= myR2 survival guide | #KAU '10 alumna | INFJ with identity crisis | صيدلانية..! Pharmacist | I ramble in Arabic & English:) Jeddah.

Am J Pharm Educ. Phone: Fax: E-mail: ude. This study guide summarizes material and is not intended to be an all-encompassing review of the topics presented. Instead, it uses a condensed format, enabling the reader to efficiently review the material. The textbook is divided into 5 different study areas: basic biomedical sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, social, behavioral, and administrative sciences, clinical sciences, and appendices. The book contains 34 chapters and pages. Each chapter has a comprehensive review of the designated material, a concise listing of key points, and self-study questions with answers. Each chapter has a different number of sections in which the material is grouped, with each section having 20 multiple-choice self-study questions.

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This portion also includes pharmacotherapy and pharmaceutical care, special populations, drug information, and medication safety.

The appendices feature tablets and lists regarding normal laboratory values, drugs for specific disease states, top drugs and top over-the-counter nonprescription products, as well as lists of drugs excreted in breast milk, drugs that cause photosensitivity, and drugs that should not be crushed. The appendices also contain use-in pregnancy ratings, and sugar-free and alcohol-free products, as well as a listing of common drug interactions. As a whole, this book is easy to read and user-friendly.

Notably, this text does not include an index, which may have proved helpful to those wishing to look up a specific topic or term. This book is also a satisfactory representation of a US college or school of pharmacy's curriculum.

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However, because of its comprehensive nature and the inclusion of convenient, concise appendices, it also may be valuable to those preparing for the NAPLEX, or serve as a reference tool for practicing pharmacists.

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