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Lehne's Pharmacology for Nursing Care - Jacqueline Rosenjack Burchum & Laura D. Rosenthal
Call Number: QV 4 B947 2016
ISBN: 9780323321907
9th edition
(On Reserve)
Lehne's provides a solid understanding of key drugs and their implications for nursing care. A perennial student favorite, this book simplifies complex concepts, using large and small print to distinguish need-to-know drug content from the material that's merely nice to know. New to this edition are quick-reference summaries of prototype drugs, safety alerts, and a stronger QSEN focus.

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Understanding Pathophysiology - Sue E. Huether & Kathryn L. McCance
Call Number: QZ 4 U55 2017
ISBN: 9780323354097
6th edition
(On Reserve)
Easy-to-read text delivers the latest, most accurate information on the disease process across the lifespan. More than 1,000 high-quality illustrations vividly depict clinical manifestations and cellular mechanisms underlying diseases. Lifespan coverage details age-specific conditions affecting pediatric, adult, and aging patients in depth. Algorithms throughout the text clarify disease progression. Glossary of selected terms familiarizes readers with the most difficult or important terminology.

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