McGraw-Hill’s 2020/2021 Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards



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A fast, fun, and effective way for pharmacy students to learn essential information about the top 300 drugs

McGraw-Hill Education’s 2020/2021 Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards, Fifth Edition delivers everything pharmacy and nursing students need to know about the top 300 drugs in one easy-to-carry resource.

Every card includes:
• Generic and common name
• Class
• Dosage Forms
• Approved Dose and Indications
• Off-Label Use
• Contraindications
• Adverse Reactions
• Drug Interactions
• Monitoring Parameters
• Medication Safety Issues and Black Box Warnings
• Strong focus on patient safety
• Provides photos so students can view tablets and packaging
• Includes audio Q&A with detailed discussion for each drug at Top300DrugCards.com
• 15 bonus cards on key adult and pediatric vaccines

Great for NAPLEX® and course review!

No internet connection needed to view the full app. It is all ready for super quick image and information retrieval. This app is optimized for whatever size device you are using, either phone or tablet.

Each card also features a photograph as well as important drug information. You can also search the entire text with our lightning fast search tool. The search tool shows you suggested words as you type so it is quick and helps with spelling issues. You can also add notes to each drug card, as well as bookmark drug cards as Know and Don’t Know to help with studying. You also have the ability to change the text size for easier reading.

This interactive app is based on the full content of McGraw-Hill’s 2020/21 Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards by McGraw-Hill Education.

Editors:
Jill M. Kolesar, PharmD, MS, BCPS, FCCP (Lexington, KY) is Professor
College of Pharmacy, Director,
Early Phase Clinical Trials Center,
Co-Director Molecular Tumor Board,
Markey Cancer Center
University of Kentucky.

Lee C. Vermeulen, BSPharm, MS, FCCP, FFIP (Lexington, KY) is Chief,
Academic Service Lines,
UK HealthCare and Professor of Medicine and Pharmacy,
University of Kentucky.

Disclaimer: This app is intended for the education of healthcare professionals and not as a diagnostic and treatment reference for the general population.

Developed by Usatine Media
Richard P. Usatine, MD, Co-President, Professor of Family & Community Medicine, Professor of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Peter Erickson, Co-President, Lead Software Developer