• Pharmacology

  • The Ultimate Guide to Memorizing Pharmacology. Improve Your Medical Education Through Clinical Pharmacy Pearls, Case Studies, and Common Sense
  • By: Dexter Lendsteiner
  • Narrated by: Robert Bose
  • Length: 5 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (104 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you find pharmacology exciting but confusing...this audiobook will eliminate the confusion!

Do you need help with understanding or memorizing pharmacology?

Or maybe you’re just interested in how medicines work and need a reliable source of information?

This pharmacology audiobook is exactly what you need!

Pharmacology is the science that studies how drugs work and how they’re processed by the body. It studies both natural and man-made drugs - in fact, any substance that has an effect on the functioning of a living organism.

If you’re a medical student, you’re supposed to take pharmacology classes as part of your education. However, pharmacological knowledge can benefit every person - after all, each of us becomes sick from time to time!

If you’re not at medical school, you’ll need the basics of pharmacology to understand drug inserts and talk to your doctor about different treatment options. This kind of knowledge is empowering because you’re no longer blindly accepting your doctor’s decisions but actively discussing them.

Pharmacology is an exciting science, but it can also get very complicated. This is why you need a really clear and concise audiobook that will explain all the key concepts - an audiobook like this one.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • The mechanisms that make medicines work
  • The journey of a drug from intake to elimination
  • How to evaluate the toxicity of drugs
  • Surprising facts about popular medicines
  • And much more!

Of course, listening to this audiobook won’t make you as competent as your doctor, but it will help you understand how you’re treated. And if you’re a medical student, you can use this audiobook for learning new material or revising your existing knowledge.

Are you ready to boost your knowledge of pharmacology?

Get this audiobook now!

©2020 Dexter Lendsteiner (P)2020 Dexter Lendsteiner

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Waste of a credit

The text is horribly written containing constant, yes constant grammatical errors. Disagreement between tense, plural versus singular, and apparent spelling errors ad nauseam. They also inappropriately use the word "the" in front of every stinking noun, ie. the humans, the pharmacology, etc. For example, this drug had an effect in the humans and started the science of the pharmacology. Throw in mispronounced terms narrated by the YouTube robo voice and you get this unlistenable steaming heap. Seriously, this is the kind of project an undergrad fighting to make a C would turn in. I'm not sure who was paid to give all these 5 star reviews, but shame on them. This is an unlistenable waste of money and time.

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amazing!!

I'm a nursing student who has been having a hard time memorizing pharmacology, i just started listening the audio book and i love it so far! It is so easy to understand and really retain all of the information i am taking in.

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The audiobook has everythings which i needed.

This audiobook makes memorizing drugs very easy by taking a system-by-system approach and providing the reader with memorization techniques for each drug. Guerra also has an elaborate understanding of the roots an stems of each drug class and how the drug names are created. The explanation of the origin of the drug names and the roots that they have in common have been very helpful to me when learning these drugs.

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I would definitely recommend this audiobook

Already loving the way this audiobook is set up! I feel like I will ace this class now! I will be ordering more in the future. I love this audiobook the information in this audiobook is phenomenal. It's easy to listen and understand. you have covered everything. great job

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I liked this Audio book

out of all the other pharmacology books I found this one easy to read and understand. I liked how the author provided clever little ways to remember the drugs by and found that very helpful. Overall the book was straight to the point and easy to understand.

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good Audio book for beginners!!

This audio book was simple and good enough for any beginners out there getting into the pharmacology reviews. I got this audio book after my pharmacology class and I already knew a majority of the drugs. So for me it wasn't anything different, but it would've been easier if I got this before my class to prepare me and help me study.

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Unique Approach

Pharmacology is helping you memorize drugs. This Audio book would be useful for your daily life.

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Highly recommended

There is a lot of information in Pharmacology, and this audio book helps to break it down into groups to make the information more understandable.

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Nice audio book!

This book gave a ton of help when it came to understanding pharmacology. everyone should listen!!

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Study tool

I enjoyed listening this audio book(Pharmacology) and that it is full of tips to help memorize generic and trade names!

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  • Mr. S. P. O'shaughnessy
  • 11-12-20

forgetit

It's been translated by a computer, and read by an automaton. fifteen words are easy

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  • Sion G.
  • 08-09-21

Sham - narrated by computer and content is poor

The description states the book is read by one ‘Robert Bose’ but it’s clearly read by some sort of text-to-speech computer. The book is riddled with typos, mistakes, and is near unlistenable and is not as described. This book has very little clinical pharmacology. Audible refunded me this purchase.

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  • Livia Kocsis
  • 05-05-21

Terrible narration

Narrator ruined this book. I felt like it is a never endig teleshop advert. He-was-reading-all-the-words-fused-into-one-long-sentence with no understanding of the subject. It was a waste of time.

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  • suzie beeps
  • 01-08-21

exactly how I imagine having a stroke feels

Absolutely no correct gramma what so ever, the narrator stresses the wrong word in each sentence and has the most ridiculous "dramatic" voice for the subject matter. Making the audiobook a challenge to understand let alone learn anything from. A phenomenal mistake from the writer, narrator and whoever proof read this. Absolutely tragic please remove this book!

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  • Faith Woods
  • 03-22-20

Good Audio Book!!

Working at a pharmacy this audio book helped me learn about OTC drugs before we covered them in pharmacy school.

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  • Lilly Haynes
  • 03-20-20

helpful

I listen Pharmacology and the drugs were presented in a way that was useful to remember them.

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  • John Howell
  • 03-18-20

Easy to follow

If you want to become a very good medical student in your school, you better get this audiobook for a reasonable price. Easy to follow this audiobook and reference.

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  • Emily H Howells
  • 03-17-20

I am in Pharmacology right now and I was strugglin

I am in Pharmacology right now and I was struggling and this audio helps me a lot to memorize the medication and also the side effects . I would recommend it anyone who is taking pharmacology and studying nursing .

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