Lippincott's Fast Facts for NCLEX-PN presents 4, 500 essential facts that nursing students can review again and again to help them prepare for and pass the PN exam. These important nuggets of information cover all aspects of nursing care, organized around the major subject areas tested on the exam: adult health, maternal-neonatal nursing, pediatric nursing, psychiatric nursing. pharmacology, and management of care.Antilipemics commonly cause GI upset. a Bile-sequestering drugs may cause bloating, cholelithiasis, constipation, and steatorrhea. a Fibric acid derivatives may cause cholelithiasis and have other GI or central nervous system effects.
|Title||:||Lippincott's Fast Facts for NCLEX-PN|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-06-01|