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Lippincott Nursing 2018 Drug Handbook
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) publishes expert information on health and medicine. It provides updated information of current developments in the medical world.
Current information from the National Cancer Institute. A section for new drugs. A photo guide of thirty-two pages. A new appendix section. Details of vital nursing facts.
The e-book is difficult to use for some.
Ehren Myers Nurse's Clinical Pocket Guide
Ehren Myers, a registered nurse, uses personal successes and pitfalls of hands-on experience to produce resources that contribute to the success of nursing practitioners.
Pocket-sized. Waterproof and durable pages. Contains tips for NCLEX- PN exams. Simple to read.
Some bits of information need to be updated.
Betty J. Ackley Nursing Diagnosis Handbook
Betty J. Ackley was a veteran nurse and Professor Emeritus. Her books aren’t just documentations of research results, but useful and practical information.
Index that has three columns and is easy to use. A list of Nursing Diagnosis in the back cover. Two sections on nursing procedures and diagnosis. Extensive info.
Needs more than common sense to understand it.
. Guide book
Maureen A. Knechtel EKGs for the Nurse Practitioner
Maureen A. Knechtel is a veteran physician assistant. Her books provide in-depth training for EKG interpretation and quick reference for physician assistants and nurses.
Many clinical events are used as examples. Key concepts are explained in clear terms. Review questions at the end of each chapter. Additional PowerPoint presentation.
Contains a lot of technical info.
Donovan Gow Nursing School Cheat Sheets
Donovan Gow enables nursing students to cope with the rigors of nursing school and even thrive in it, through stress-free materials.
Handy and portable. Easy to read and understand. Well-organized charts and mnemonics. Easy-to-follow guidelines. Great for passing exams.
It’s a beginner-level book.