Memorizing Pharmacy Technician Mnemonics
- Author : Tony Guerra
- Publisher : Unknown
- File Size : 43,7 Mb
- Release : 29 May 2022
- ISBN : 1957259027
- Page : null pages
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A book that provides mnemonics and questions, answers, and rationales for the Pharmacy Technician licensing exams. Whether you are taking the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) which some call the PTCB which actually stands for the name of the organization, the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board, or the ExCPT, Exam for the Certification of Pharmacy Technicians administered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA), there will be a point where you start taking a lot of practice exams. What I want to do with this book, that's a little different than the Memorizing Pharmacology: A Relaxed Approach, Second Edition parent book, is talk about how to memorize what you learned from taking and reviewing those exams so you can have all of those questions and answers in your long-term memory as you enter the ultimate licensing exam.In Memorizing Pharmacology: A Relaxed Approach, Second Edition, I introduced the acronym GMRINCE, where you start by memorizing the seven pathophysiologic classes in the book in order as G-M-RINCE, as Grand Mothers RINCE kids' hair (except it's the French r-i-n-c-e instead of the English r-i-n-s-e) to set up the broadest framework. These seven pathophysiologic classes help as steel reinforcing bars that, when surrounded by concrete, will provide the foundation for your memorizing the gastrointestinal (G), musculoskeletal (M), respiratory (R), immune (I), neuro (N), cardio (C), and endocrine (E) systems' medications.Students would take the mnemonic and put it on a notecard for later practice. For the licensing exam, we are going to create a way to sort our 3 x 5 notecards into twelve distinct piles, rather than seven. Personally, I would do this all in twelve tabs of an Excel spreadsheet, but do what works for you. I will now add five more letters to make a 12-letter acronym for pharmacy technicians, "GM RINCED ALSO," G-M-R-I-N-C-E-D-A-L-S-O adding Dosage Calculations, (D), Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Initialisms, (A), Laws and Regulations, (L), Supplements, (S), and Other Questions (O).We can use very Pharmacy Technician specific mnemonics to memorize drugs that need to be taken with water or that a patient should use sunscreen, for example.