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Understanding Common Medications

Understanding Common Medications

Understanding Common Medications

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Industry Specialists
on behalf of In The Know, Inc

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Launch date: 06 Nov 2017
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Last updated: 19 Jul 2019

Reference: 185178

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FREDRICK MACHUKA BSc (9 Apr 2019)
This is a eye opener. We always assume the simple details when dealing with our clients but I confirm I'll be better now with the insights that i have got from this course
Ms SUSY KANGALA BSc (7 Jun 2019)
good reminder
Mr ONESMUS OTEKI RN. (7 Apr 2019)
Exam is easy I scored everything but didnt get even 80% what might be wrong please!

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Description

This course provides nurse aides with an overview of the most common categories of prescription medications, including antimicrobials, antidiabetics, cardiac medications, mental health medications, asthma medications...and more. Includes information about observing for side effects and adverse medication reactions.

Objectives

On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. List at least five types of commonly prescribed medications.

2. Describe the main side effects of the above medications.

3. Discuss your role in monitoring medications and side effects.

4. Describe the signs of an allergic reaction to a medication.

5. Demonstrate your knowledge of commonly prescribed medications in your daily work.
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Industry Specialists
on behalf of In The Know, Inc

Registered nurses write all In the Know inservices. My hand-picked team of writers have experience in home care, hospice, long-term care, hospital nursing, healthcare management and staff development. They perform extensive research to make sure each inservice contains the most recent information. We choose our inservice topics based on suggestions from customers as well as current "hot issues" in medicine, Medicare and JCAHO.

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User Reviews (20)

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FREDRICK MACHUKA BSc (9 Apr 2019)
This is a eye opener. We always assume the simple details when dealing with our clients but I confirm I'll be better now with the insights that i have got from this course
Ms SUSY KANGALA BSc (7 Jun 2019)
good reminder
Mr ONESMUS OTEKI RN. (7 Apr 2019)
Exam is easy I scored everything but didnt get even 80% what might be wrong please!
Ms WINNIE OKELLO BSc (5 May 2019)
i have learned new medication and how they are taken
Ms CHRISTINE OMANGA BSc (5 Jul 2019)
important information on medications such as antibiotics heart medications, diabetes medications and side effects and adverse effects.
Mr AMOS MASINDE BSc (3 Jun 2019)
great course, thank you
Miss SHEILLAH TOROITICH KRCHN (29 May 2019)
awesome
Mr DENIS KIPKORIR KRCHN (28 Apr 2019)
It teaches us to understand some of the abbreviations used in our medications
Ms BESSY MUGAMBI BSc (23 May 2019)
This has enhanced my knowledge on common medications .
Ms OBIANUJU EGWUATU BScN (23 Mar 2019)
This course appeared easy to e at first, but I was able to learn a lot as it opened my eyes to the simple but common mistakes I often make during medication administration. I am going to pay more attention to details and to take care of my clients properly.
Ms SALOME SILALI BSc (23 Jun 2019)
good
Ms WINNIE ADHIAMBO BSc (22 Jun 2019)
helpful
Mr JACK AGWANDA KRCHN (19 May 2019)
Thanks
BONFACE LITWAKA BSc (19 May 2019)
its good
Ms MARY MACHARIA BSc (15 Jul 2019)
okay
Mr RONNY AWINO BSc (15 Apr 2019)
Educative
(14 Mar 2019)
The course even as it was short, was indeed an eye opener for people in the developing countries to understand better and faster ways to respond to a client need.
(12 Mar 2019)
the course for self professional development, to be done frequently for self professional improvement
Ms NANCY NJOROGE BSc (10 Apr 2019)
even after passing all it keep on saying 60%
(1 Feb 2019)
good

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