See exactly how drugs work in your patients with heart failure or pulmonary edema during immediate and continuing treatment. Know exactly what their actions mean to your nursing care before, during, and after drug therapy.
See how drugs work for your patients with an MI during immediate and continuing treatment. Learn about the drugs' therapeutic effects, life-threatening adverse reactions, and interactions.
Learn which drugs to use to resuscitate your patient in cardiopulmonary arrest and how each drug works to restore normal sinus rhythm and circulation, raise blood pressure, or lower critically high potassium levels.
Learn how commonly prescribed drugs produce their positive effects during immediate treatment for a hypertensive emergency and during continuing therapy for hypertension...
Get vital information about how drugs work for your patients with diabetes mellitus, DKA, HHNK syndrome, and other complications - during immediate and continuing treatment.
Find out how beta2 agonists, anticholinergics, antileukotrienes, xanthine bronchodilators, and corticosteroids work to relieve symptoms and prevent exacerbations in your patients with asthma, emphysema & chronic bronchitis.