Top Primary Care Drug Cards for Nurse Practitioners

Learn current, concise and informative primary care pharmacology in an easy, organized and colorful way!

Top Primary Care Drug Cards for Nurse Practitioners

The Top Primary Care Drug Cards is an easy, organized and colorful way to learn the most prescribed drugs in primary care.

Use this learning system as a supplement to your textbook and to help you review pharmacology as you prepare for your Nurse Practitioner Boards or to keep updated in your current practice!

KEY FEATURES:

  • Learn the most prescribed drugs
  • Know common clinical uses and adverse effects
  • Focus on key drug facts and drug/drug interactions
  • Compare and contrast drugs
  • Easy to read charts
  • Drug Cards are color coded
  • Designed to fit in your coat
  • Use with your pharmacology textbook
  • Perfect for board review

Covers all Essential Primary Care Pharmacology Topics:

  • Central Nervous System
  • Cardiovascular
  • Endocrine
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Genitourinary
  • Infectious Disease
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry
  • Renal
  • Reproductive System
  • Respiratory

Essential Primary Care Pharmacology

Learn essential primary care pharmacology in an easy, organized and colorful way!

Check out our interactive example below.

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Potassium Sparing Spironolactone drug exampleSpironolactone postassium sparing informationPrescription drug Diuretic informationhydrochlorothiazide drug information and factsDiuretic- Thiazide Hydrochlorothiazide drug informationCommonly used beta-blockers informationCarvedilol drug informationAngiotensin Receptor Blocker drug descriptionInformation about ACE INHIBITOR lisinoprilACE Inhibitor Lisinopril drug card informationHypertension pink drug card exampleNon-Statin Summary tableStatin Summary TablePink Dyslipidemia drug card exampleAmoxicillin interaction and common uses exampleAmoxicilin drug card exampleMacrolides drug use and description exampleFluroquinolone use in primary care drug informationCephalosporin drug card example and usesPenicillin use in primary care card exampleAntibiotics green flashcard exampleTable of contentsGray table of contents for primary care drug cardsTable of contents for Primary Care Drug CardsPharmacology drug cards for nurse practitioners drug card logo

Why Pharmacology Drug Cards?

Pharmacology is not an easy subject to master. Students often struggle with large expensive textbooks that are often confusing, overwhelming and is filled with too much drug information that becomes quickly outdated. It can be difficult to identify key drugs, memorize and apply important drug facts to actual patient care.

These drug cards help you to learn how drugs work, focus on key drug facts, common adverse effects and important drug/drug interactions.

Written by a clinical pharmacist, this learning system focuses on current, concise and updated drug information. You can easily and quickly compare and contrast drugs with easy to charts. Master primary care pharmacology with these color-coded drug cards!

About the Founder

Pua Akana, Pharm.D, BC-ACP is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist specializing in anticoagulation and diabetes medication management. Dr. Akana uses her expertise to ensure safe and optimal medication use by working with physicians, nurse practitioners and residents in Adult and Family Medicine Clinics. Her areas of interests are anticoagulation, diabetes, heart failure and drug information. She teaches pharmacology to nurse practitioner students and residents and is a preceptor for student pharmacists. In 2012, she was honored to be named Hawaii’s Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the year.

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