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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Johnston, Mike, Frank, Cliff, Luke, Robin
Endorsed by the National Pharmacy Technician Association (NPTA) Comprehensive series provides everything you'll need to become a Pharmacy Technician. Did You Know! * Between 1995 and 2002 national expenditure for prescription drugs grew at a faster rate than any other health expense. * 44% of Americans have reported using a prescription drug in the past month. * Demand for Pharmacy Technicians is expected to increase 20% in the next 7 years. The Perfect Balance!! As the demand and need for Pharmacy Technicians increases-ensuring you have the Perfect Balance of technical and professional skills is essential! This series provides everything you'll need to succeed as a pharmacy technician. Fundamentals of Pharmacy Practice (0-13-114751-X) introduces the core concepts and the foundations of what every Pharmacy Technician needs. Pharmacy Calculations (0-13-114740-4) building block approach provides basic and advanced math skills. Compounding (0-13-114760-9) Only book of its kind, focuses on the art of making and preparing pills. Pharmacology (0-13-114764-1) includes coverage of retail and hospital operations as well as alternative therapies. Sterile Products (0-13-114756-0) Only book of its kind for the pharmacy technician. Certification Exam Review (0-13-114739-0) Q and A that prepares you to pass the National Certification exam. Key Features * Workplace Wisdoms-providing advice from seasoned pharmacy technicians. * Profiles in Practice-functioning as practical exercises that simulate real-world pharmacy problems. * Chapter Reviews-assessing concept comprehension * Practice Examples-serving as case studies for actual practice settings * Videos-presenting step-by-step direction for compounding and sterile products.Johnston, Mike is the author of 'Certification Exam Review ', published 2005 under ISBN 9780131147393 and ISBN 0131147390.
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