This study tool provides a wealth of activities to reinforce content from the text. The activities accommodate many learning styles and promote the reader's ability to apply information in the patient care setting. Applying Your Knowledge exercises challenge readers to develop critical thinking skills. Mastering the Information exercises expand the reader's understanding of drug therapy and develop insight about client teaching needs. NCLEX-style multiple-choice and alternate-format questions offer opportunities to practice test-taking skills.... straining at the stool, a sensation of incomplete evacuation, a sensation of anorectal blockage, hard stools, and the use of manual evacuation. ... STUDY. 1. The nurse explains that bisacodyl works by irritating the GI mucosa and pulling water into the bowel, which causes stool ... SECTION III: PRACTICING FOR NCLEX 1.
|Title||:||Study Guide for Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2013-03-07|