Pharmacology: A Patient-Centered Nursing Process Approach (8th Edition)

Download Pharmacology: A Patient-Centered Nursing Process Approach (8th Edition) written by Linda E. McCuistion, Joyce LeFever Kee, Evelyn R. Hayes in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1455751480/9781455751488. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Linda E. McCuistion, Joyce LeFever Kee, Evelyn R. Hayes


Saunders; 8th edition




992 pages









Book Description

Learn essential pharmacology principles and practice your drug calculation abilities so you may safely administer medications to patients. Nursing pharmacology is discussed in Lee’s Pharmacology: A Patient-Centered Nursing Process Approach, 8th Edition (PDF), which places the topic within the framework of real-world nursing. This textbook takes a very streamlined and clear approach, which makes it easier to understand pharmacology. It includes a detailed unit on dosage calculations, a nursing process framework for drug therapy, and summaries of prototype drugs. Additionally, the text uses an approach that is very straightforward. This eighth version was written by nursing educators Joyce Kee, Evelyn Hayes, and Linda McCuistion. It places a heavy emphasis on QSEN, enhances coverage of prioritization, and adds more questions in the manner of those found on the NCLEX® Examination that pertain to the field of pharmacology.


  • In the section on Drug Calculations, the images have been updated to accommodate current drug labels.
  • The NEW QSEN priority places an emphasis on care that is centered on the patient, as well as on safety, quality, collaboration, and teamwork.
  • NEW material discusses some of the pharmaceuticals that are most frequently taken, including newly revised Prototype Drug Charts and drug tables.
  • Nursing interventions are included in the areas of the Nursing Process that are indicated in the order of priority as part of the enhanced coverage of prioritization.



“The addition of the appropriate examination, documentation, and evaluation and rejection should improve patient safety and reduce the number of patients who are damaged by their prescriptions,” — Nursing Standard; Issue for the Month of November 2011

P.S. In addition to that, we have the eighth edition of the Study Guide for Pharmacology: A Patient-Centered Nursing Process Approach. See similar ebooks below.

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