Pharmacology: Simplified Not Mystified
Common Prescription Drugs

Pharmacology: Simplified Not Mystified - Common Prescription Drugs
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Part 1
This is a clinical film on the most common classes of drugs used in the world of medicine and nursing today. Learn about the "prils", the "sartans", the "triptans", the…
Part 2
This is a clinical film on the most common classes of drugs used in the world of medicine and nursing today. Learn about the "prils", the "sartans", the "triptans", the…
Part 3
This is a clinical film on the most common classes of drugs used in the world of medicine and nursing today. Learn about the "prils", the "sartans", the "triptans", the…

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