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Complete and simplified nursing pharmacology study guides for student nurses. Useful tips in understanding different drugs and medicines – a perfect companion for your NCLEX review.

Antiviral Drugs: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide - Nurseslabs

Antiviral Drugs

Antivirals are agents used to treat the diseases caused by viruses such as warts and common colds.
Antifungals: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide

Antifungals

Antifungals are used to treat mycosis, or infections caused by fungi.
Anti-Infective Drugs Nursing Pharmacology and Study Guide

Anti-Infective Drugs

Anti-infective agents are drugs utilized to exert effect on invading foreign organisms on the body, especially those which can cause infection.
Anthelmintics: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide

Anthelmintics

Anthelmintics are drugs used to treat infections caused by susceptible invading worms.
Antiprotozoal Drugs Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide - Nurseslabs

Antiprotozoal Drugs

Antiprotozoals are agents used to treat protozoan infections. Protozoan infections are common in tropical areas.
Antineoplastic Agents: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide for Nurses

Antineoplastic Agents

Antineoplastic agents comprise one aspect of chemotherapy.
Antibiotics: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide

Antibiotics 

Antibiotics are agents made from living microorganisms, synthetic manufacturing, and genetic engineering that are used to inhibit specific bacteria.

Male Reproductive System Drugs

Drugs affecting the male reproductive system include androgens (male steroid hormones), anabolic steroids, and drugs that improve penile dysfunction.

Female Reproductive System Drugs

The female reproductive system works in a cyclical fashion and altering the components of this cycle can have a variety of effects to the body. Hormones and hormonal-like agents are primarily the drugs that affect the female reproductive system.

Neuromuscular Junction Blocking Agents

NMJ-blocking agents block nerve stimulation on muscle cells and cause paralysis of the muscles directly without total CNS depression and its many systemic effects.

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The nursing care plan for the client with deep vein thrombosis include: providing information regarding disease condition, treatment, and prevention; assessing and monitoring anticoagulant therapy; providing comfort measures; positioning the body and encouraging exercise; maintaining adequate tissue perfusion; and preventing complications.