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Title Pharmacy OSCEs : a revision guide / edited by Beti Wyn Evans [and others].
Imprint London : Pharmaceutical Press, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Scenario 6.3 Advice on smoking cessation.
Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Print version record.
Subject Pharmacy technicians -- Examinations, questions, etc.
Pharmacy technicians -- Outlines, syllabi, etc.
Genre Electronic books.
Examinations.
Outlines and syllabi.
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Acknowledgement; About the editors; About the authors; Abbreviations; Introduction; Preparing for OSCE; How to use this book; Consultation/communication skills; References and further reading; Chapter 1 Responding to symptoms and history-taking; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 1.1 Nasal symptoms; Scenario 1.2 Eye symptoms; Scenario 1.3 Dry cough; Scenario 1.4 Diarrhoea; Scenario 1.5 Rash; Scenario 1.6 Constipation; Scenario 1.7 Drug history; Scenario 1.8 Mouth symptoms; Scenario 1.9 Skin problems; Scenario 1.10 Throat symptoms.
Chapter 1 feedback summaryReferences and further reading; Chapter 2 Systems-based client assessment; Learning objectives; Scenario 2.1 Clinical history; Scenario 2.2 Respiratory assessment; Scenario 2.3 Cardiac emergency; Scenario 2.4 Focused history-taking and neurological assessment; Scenario 2.5 Monitoring blood glucose; Scenario 2.6 Monitoring a radial pulse; Scenario 2.7 Measuring respiration rate; Scenario 2.8 Using a binaural acoustic stethoscope; Chapter 2 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 3 Legal aspects of prescriptions, and record-keeping; Key references.
Learning objectivesScenario 3.1 Private prescription; Scenario 3.2 Controlled drug supply; Scenario 3.3 Managing errors in CD register entries; Scenario 3.4 Emergency supply at the request of a prescriber; Scenario 3.5 Emergency supply at the request of a patient; Chapter 3 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 4 Data retrieval and interpretation; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 4.1 Identifying a foreign product and advice on monitoring; Scenario 4.2 Excipients; Scenario 4.3 Contraception in nursing mothers; Scenario 4.4 Vaccination advice.
Scenario 4.5 Identifying a foreign productScenario 4.6 Intravenous drug administration; Chapter 4 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 5 Clinical prescription management problems; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 5.1 Managing interactions (hyperkalaemia); Scenario 5.2 Advising how to use lamotrigine; Scenario 5.3 Managing interactions (St John's Wort); Scenario 5.4 Choosing antibiotic therapy; Scenario 5.5 Managing interactions (ibuprofen); Scenario 5.6 Initiating warfarin therapy; Scenario 5.7 Drug-induced hypercalcaemia.
Scenario 5.8 Drug choice in nursing mothersScenario 5.9 Managing interactions (warfarin); Scenario 5.10 Clopidogrel for percutaneous coronary intervention; Scenario 5.11 Managing therapy (ciprofloxacin); Scenario 5.12 Ibuprofen in asthma; Scenario 5.13 Managing tuberculosis treatment regimens; Scenario 5.14 Antibiotic therapy in pregnancy; Chapter 5 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 6 General health advice; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 6.1 Lifestyle advice following a ̀€heart attack'; Scenario 6.2 Advice on prevention of malaria while abroad.
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Acknowledgement; About the editors; About the authors; Abbreviations; Introduction; Preparing for OSCE; How to use this book; Consultation/communication skills; References and further reading; Chapter 1 Responding to symptoms and history-taking; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 1.1 Nasal symptoms; Scenario 1.2 Eye symptoms; Scenario 1.3 Dry cough; Scenario 1.4 Diarrhoea; Scenario 1.5 Rash; Scenario 1.6 Constipation; Scenario 1.7 Drug history; Scenario 1.8 Mouth symptoms; Scenario 1.9 Skin problems; Scenario 1.10 Throat symptoms.
Chapter 1 feedback summaryReferences and further reading; Chapter 2 Systems-based client assessment; Learning objectives; Scenario 2.1 Clinical history; Scenario 2.2 Respiratory assessment; Scenario 2.3 Cardiac emergency; Scenario 2.4 Focused history-taking and neurological assessment; Scenario 2.5 Monitoring blood glucose; Scenario 2.6 Monitoring a radial pulse; Scenario 2.7 Measuring respiration rate; Scenario 2.8 Using a binaural acoustic stethoscope; Chapter 2 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 3 Legal aspects of prescriptions, and record-keeping; Key references.
Learning objectivesScenario 3.1 Private prescription; Scenario 3.2 Controlled drug supply; Scenario 3.3 Managing errors in CD register entries; Scenario 3.4 Emergency supply at the request of a prescriber; Scenario 3.5 Emergency supply at the request of a patient; Chapter 3 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 4 Data retrieval and interpretation; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 4.1 Identifying a foreign product and advice on monitoring; Scenario 4.2 Excipients; Scenario 4.3 Contraception in nursing mothers; Scenario 4.4 Vaccination advice.
Scenario 4.5 Identifying a foreign productScenario 4.6 Intravenous drug administration; Chapter 4 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 5 Clinical prescription management problems; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 5.1 Managing interactions (hyperkalaemia); Scenario 5.2 Advising how to use lamotrigine; Scenario 5.3 Managing interactions (St John's Wort); Scenario 5.4 Choosing antibiotic therapy; Scenario 5.5 Managing interactions (ibuprofen); Scenario 5.6 Initiating warfarin therapy; Scenario 5.7 Drug-induced hypercalcaemia.
Scenario 5.8 Drug choice in nursing mothersScenario 5.9 Managing interactions (warfarin); Scenario 5.10 Clopidogrel for percutaneous coronary intervention; Scenario 5.11 Managing therapy (ciprofloxacin); Scenario 5.12 Ibuprofen in asthma; Scenario 5.13 Managing tuberculosis treatment regimens; Scenario 5.14 Antibiotic therapy in pregnancy; Chapter 5 feedback summary; References and further reading; Chapter 6 General health advice; Key references; Learning objectives; Scenario 6.1 Lifestyle advice following a ̀€heart attack'; Scenario 6.2 Advice on prevention of malaria while abroad.
Summary Pharmacy OSCEs is the only pharmacy-specific OSCE revision guide. This easy-to-use book covers the key competencies that will be tested during your Objective Structured Clinical Examinations whether you are still studying or in practice.
Other Author Evans, Beti Wyn.
Other Title Print version: Evans, Beti Wyn. Pharmacy OSCEs. London and Chicago : Pharmaceutical Press, 2013 9780857110435