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December 25, 2015

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Therapeutic Uses of Ocimum Sanctum Linn (Tulsi) with a...


December 28, 2015
1. Am J Clin Nutr. 1995 Dec;62(6):1212-5. Honey may have a laxative effect on normal subjects because of incomplete fructose Dapoxetine. Ladas SD(1), Haritos DN... i1
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December 27, 2015
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December 20, 2015
Lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea L.) Exhibits Antidiabetic Activities in a Mouse Model of Diet-Induced Obesity i3
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December 24, 2015

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Appreciate Video clip! Excuse me for butting in, I would love your opinion. Have you heard about - Sayerdsan Level Sugar Secret (just google it) Ive heard some decent things about it and my GF finally said good bye to the frustrating diabetes stress with it. .
My Dr. Just put me on Actos I am reading online it is not safe and will cause cancer should I stop taken it I don't see much change in my sugar level but its only been 4 days since I started taken it and my Dr said it could take up to 3 weeks to see results.
+carl G Actos takes 3-4 months to get your Blood glucose level to a therapeutic range. Keep on the medication as the MD prescribes and don't be scared by things you read online, not everyone uses reputable sources..

In Vivo Pharmacology Studies | Charles River


December 30, 2015
This article is intended to provide a broad overview of pharmacology and medications often used in either community or institutional pharmacy settings and is not... i5
Lantus - FDA prescribing information, side effects and uses


January 1, 2016
Intestinal bacteria are affected by antidiabetic drugs, shows research Date: December 2, 2015 Source: University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences i6
Metformin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


December 26, 2015
Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2005; 49(2) Therapeutic Uses of Ocimum Sanctum Linn (Tulsi)127 Ocimum sanctum Linn (Tulsi): A plant from genus Ocimum i7
Antidiabetic Properties of Azardiracta indica and...


December 22, 2015

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+Moumen Suleiman I do not know if it ( https://t.co/vICkiHExtQ ) reduces the A1c, what it does and keep my sugar level spikes my sugar manageable..

Ok, so i was following along in my book as he went over stuff. As he is talking about metformin and one of the More important things you should know (it causes lactic acidosis), Guess what I had highlighted in my book Not yellow, but in blue which means its super important for my test and my teacher put emphasis on it in lectures. Thats legitness....
l’ve had Type-2 Diabetes for years. I was constantIy worried about my blood sugar levels. I never had any energy, and I always had to be careful what I ate. No matter what I did, I couIdn’t get my diabetes under control. I felt trapped, and I felt like a burden on my famiIy. Diabetes Destroyer gave me my life back. I used the 3 steps to reverse my diabetes, and my family can bareIy keep up with me. I’m eating my favorite foods, and do the things I love. Thank you for saving my Iife!. You need to be PAID for this. I will donate money this is much more clear and great for retaining information. You are the Best ever and I am a 4th yeah pharm student!. Thank you !!! complex concepts made very simple in a digestible form. Just need to know one more thing... in type I diabetes, insulin is not produced by beta cells but external insulin works, does it mean that patients with type I diabetes lack insulin production but not insulin receptors. thank you big guy!!!! you made mi assignment so easy to do it and so comprehensive. THANK YOU am from RWANDA..
amazing video RN student taking pharm right now this broke things down to in a simple way to remember and now i cant stor saying arrrrr haha.
The best diabetes drug is the proper diet and exercise. And that's not the diet promoted by the ADA. No refined sugar, no grains (including so-called healthy whole grains), no fruit juice, and lots of green veggies and lean animal fats. Yes, it stops the onset, and can reverse Type 2 diabetes. But the diabetes industry does not want you to know that because they will be mostly out of business. Type 1's only account for something like 10% of all diabetes..
Taking my NCLEX-PN for the first time...I'm using your videos for my refresher. Thank You... You come highly recommended..

do u made any video on hypertension n asthma.. thanks for ur wonderfull presentation..very helpful... i just started working in a hospital after a long break.. seriously need to refreash my memory.
This video is worth a million dollar thank you so much. You made it really simple and easy to understand. God bless you!.
The simpIe and overIooked truth about Diabetes — and many other modern diseases — is that it's infiniteIy more important to pay attention to what you put inside your body, than to have to deaI with the symptoms that drugs can fight from the outside. .

Thank cor such a brief video about the drugs used in Diabetics,, can you help me in finding the areas which are still uncovered in case of diabetics and obesity associated diabetes.
Thank you very much for this wonderful explanation for anti-diabetic drugs, It helped me a lot indeed..
hello, i have some stupid questions to ask. when the calcium goes in, insulin release, therefore decrease BSL. so if a patient was using calcium channel blockers, the BSL would go upis that mean if a T2DM patient who was using Sulfonylurcas, calcium channel blockers should not be used thank you!.
Just thought you would like to know. I am a firefighter/medic for a small county in Virginia and my department uses your videos for supplemental training. You do a great job of explaining complex processes and make it easy for the less educated to understand. Great job and keep up the good work. As well Thank you!. I'm from the UK, using BNF 69, and there is no mention of Sulphonylureas causing a disulfram like reaction Is this just a U.S. report .
hii i 'm preparing for FPGEE (foreign pharmacy English equivalence ), i find your videos is so helpful thanks for your efforts and your time :).

Same mechanism of action, so for a basic pharm understanding think of it as a Sulfonylurea-like drug. A little less chance of hypoglycemia. Are you being pedantic .
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Hi :) Thank you so much for this video. I am a first year med student from South Africa and I find Pharmacology really difficult to remember and understand. I am writing my exam today, and your video really helped me to understand the endocrine pharms section. God bless you and once again thank you very much. You're awesome! .
Excellent... pls give a lecture on any cns pharmacology... especially antidepressants, anti psychotics... thanks. Oh hai! Have you heard about the Hamilton Diabetes Reversal Protocol (should be on google have a look) I have heard some super things about the results in lowering Blood sugars and my auntie got great resultsafter trying it..
Type 2 donesiabetes mellitus pharmacological treatment we have glitazonez(rosiglitazones),biguanides.sulphapyrozones its helping me remember what i learnt in class.
Hola! Have you heard the talk about the Hamilton Diabetes Reversal Protocol (just google it) I have heard some pretty good things about the results in lowering Blood sugars and my mate got amazing resultsafter trying it.. I really enjoy your videos. I find they very informative and very useful in reviewing the concepts. I really appreciate that you have spend a lot of time and effort in making these videos. I also like this video very much. However, there is one suggestion that I would like to make for this videos. When you are trying to explain the mechanism of action of sulfonyl ureas, you said that increase intracellular glucose would increase the releasing of K+ to ECF, thus, causing the b-cell to depolarize and... However, it is actually the opposite. Increase ICF glucose cause the shut down of K+ channels => depolarize the cells. (Source: http://www.betacell.org/content/articlepanelview/article_id/1/panel_id/2). Again, I really like your video, and thanks a lot for making these helpful videos..
+Thai Nguyen I watched it again. I did not find the part where he said anything about K+ channel being inhibited with the increase ICF [glucose]. Maybe I am missing something. I would appreciate if you message me what time position that he said anything about this. By the way, leaking K+ into ECF actually makes the cells harder to depolarize..
Great presentation! The way you lay it out really helps me retain the information, as I'm a visual learner. My school (UAB at Birmingham) is using your videos as part of the supplemental materials for their nurse practitioner program. How is that for an ego boost Thanks!. Thanks for the feedback! Hope you are enjoying the NP program. A lot of NP's I know enjoy their job, so good luck in the future!. Isn't nateglinde (D-pheylalamine) not considered to be a sulphonylurea because it will only stimulate the the beta-cells in the presence of glucose .
Thanks it was a nice wrap up on the crucial points of DM medication. One question, where do Meglitinides fit in this picture.

thnx for such usefull video..learned alot..wish our Dr. at college would teach us like this :D god bless you.

Very clear explanations, thanks. Please disregard the typo "C-" in the previous comment! I would certainly rate your lecture with an A..
Thanks for posting, I found it to be very helpful. I am a second semester nursing student, at a local community college. Thanks again and have a great day.. this was such a helpful video!!! thank you thank you I always struggle with understanding material I read and this lecture really helped. .

Metformin and other antidiabetic agents in renal failure...


December 31, 2015
1. J Med Food. 2009 Jun;12(3):552-60. doi: 10.1089/jmf.2008.1071. The antidiabetic effect of onion and garlic in experimental diabetic rats: meta-analysis. i9
Honey - A Novel Antidiabetic Agent


December 29, 2015
The Pharmacology Lounge features full articles, guidelines, news and a message board all related to drugs. i10
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics - Wiley Online Library


December 23, 2015
Antidiabetic Properties of Azardiracta indica and Bougainvillea spectabilis: In Vivo Studies in Murine Diabetes Model i11
Sulfonylurea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


December 21, 2015

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As usual, well-explained educational video. (Small diagrammatic error: the 'Alpha cell' should appear labelled as a Beta cell: the narration is correct nonetheless).
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+Rifi Leon I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Hybetez Remedy (just google search it). But Im not sure if it's good. Have you ever tried this popular hypertension home remedy.

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You state the best type of diet to combat Type II diabetes consists of low calorie/low carb. Individuals such as Dr. Neal Barnard argue that the best way to naturally cure Type II diabetes is through a high carb/low fat (vegan) diet. Dr.Barnard's study and application seem to work. Is this type of diet a healthy alternative. Hi hi! Thanks for sharing! Hope you are not the last few to find out about this, but; have you ever tried " Vidadsmedia What is Type 2 Diabetes " (google the exact phrase) My best friend who is quite a plus size had some dealings with them and was impressed by their super testimonials and reviews and tried their recommendation!. +Shawn Afshar They aren't going to. Drug companies make their $ on people managing their disease not eliminating it.. +Shawn Afshar One cure is mentioned here: individuals taking responsibility for their own health in manageable ways, i.e. eating less and exercising more. But it is apparently easier to take meds and continue with one's self-harming habits. So not sure it's really the pharmaceutical industry's 'fault': people know what they should do but don't do it. Gotta take responsibility some time.. with Metformin and Category 3 of the DM drugs, can a patient use it if they have high liver enzymes from NAFLD(for those that don't know, its Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease).

Honey may have a laxative effect on normal subjects...


December 19, 2015
Antidiabetic Medications Pharm 585 February 15, 2011 Hy N Dang Adjunctive Therapy (cont) Energy balance, diet, exercise Low-carb, low-fat, calorie-restricted diet is... i13
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November 17, 2015

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FGF21 Analogs of Sustained Action Enabled by Orthogonal...


November 16, 2015
Search for articles by this author Affiliations Senior lecturer in pharmacology, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, PO1 2DT i1
OVERVIEW OF THE ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS


November 26, 2015
Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology... published on antidiabetic... to review the antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity and 111... i2
The pharmacology of oral antidiabetic agents


December 17, 2015
Anti-Diabetic Drug ACTOS pharmacology Nursing Students *Part 4*...
Diabetic Medication - ProProfs Quiz


January 12, 2016

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Given that studies consistently observe an increase in mortality in type 2 diabetes patients treated with insulin compared to other diabetes medications, I think it is quite reasonable to delay the use of insulin therapy as long as possible..
I am amazed at all the stupid and noxious comments written here by people who thrive on conspiracy theories. This is not a talk on "management of diabetes", but one about the pharmacological treatment, with a focus on the drugs available. It is very clear from the beginning of the lecture that pharmacological treatment is not the first line, but something that should be offered to patients who do not achieve their goals or cannot tolerate the lifestyle changes proposed. Lifestyle changes and dietary reeducation are still the mainstay for hyperglycemia control (and scientists acknowledge this fact). Keep this place free from stupid, paranoid references to "Big Pharma", please. Without "Big Pharma", you could have already died from disseminated gonococcal infection..

Lifestyle changes are the first line treatment and the first thing all doctors recommend to their patients. Unfortunately most people are not willing to do too much for their health, don't exercise or eat healthy. And you need to help these people somehow too..
The treatment goals sighed in this video are much too high to avoid complications from diabetes. Some researchers have sight that insulin levels are paramount instead of sugar levels in the blood relating to type II diabetes..
Europe farting come on that's very prejudice, Europeans are changing shape due to fast foods. Fast food outlets I wonder which ones .
Thank UCTV, Prof. Lisa Kroon & all UCTV team for your great information & inspiration. May people all over the world be healthy & wealthy (too).. Typical bull crap from the medical establishment, who are more concerned about saving their jobs than saving people. NO GRAINS, NO REFINED SUGAR, NO FRUIT JUICE, LIMITED FRUIT, NO PROCESED JUNK, AND NO DEEP FRIED GARBAGE. That's all it takes to stop Type 2 diabetes from developing. And it can reverse Type 2 diabetes. Also, exercise helps, but is no necessary. Why isn't this screamed from the mountaintops Follow the money..
UCSF mini medical school lectures series have been my bus stop for most up to date information on medical education and practice. Thanks UCTV for this wonderful job to educate the public....

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Just shocking ! Instead of plugging drugs how about advocating dietary modification and take the Diabetics OFF CARBS AND SUGAR - The medical profession is killing T2 diabetics with current treatment. .
+whatsthebuzz2day That's actually the biggest joke you've just made, because doctors either fail to understand diabetes completely and that drugs only compound the problem or they are robots following their several years of study plus brainwashing by the drugs industry. The only place for drugs in human health is in the very short term prevention of pathological danger. They are in fact the biggest scam in modern history, producing a magic show of seeming health that merely papers over the cracks. The pharmaceutical industry successfully exploits a lack of consensus in what diet can achieve if properly implemented by the general public..
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oral_hypoglycemic_drugs [TUSOM | Pharmwiki]


November 4, 2015
Oral antidiabetic drugs probably stimulate pancreatic beta cells to release insulin in a patient with a minimally functioning pancreas. Within a few weeks... i5
Antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity...


January 22, 2016
This pharmacology quiz contains 50 questions, which includes questions about the drugs themselves, as well as abbreviations. i6
Pharmacology 2 Antidiabetic Drugs Flashcards - Cram.com


November 12, 2015
1. Hosp Pract (1995). 2012 Apr;40(2):56-63. doi: 10.3810/hp.2012.04.970. Antidiabetic properties of berberine: from cellular pharmacology to clinical effects. i7
Pharmacology Ch. 32 Antidiabetic Drugs flashcards | Quizlet


January 1, 2016

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:) this is super fun! i have a hard time memorizing anti-diabetic agents before, not now. thanks a lot!.

This diabetes pharmacology mnemonic is fun and easy - a great way to remember drug classes for Step 1 or other standardized tests and exams..

Can a mnemonic be too good This pharm tutorial is stuck in my head and it will never be forgotten. (Which is good, because Type 2 diabetes is so common that health care professionals all need to have a ready familiarity with the topic.).

You should avoid wasting your time on common remedy with no guaranteed result, you need to heal diabetes yourself by all-natural treatments..

Next time someone makes me mad I'm going to tell them to suck my big anally inhibited glitoris! haha.
It's like there was a conspiracy amongst the drug naming people to produce EXACTLY this mnemonic. If Metformin (the biguanide) doesn't work, I'll have no problem remembering the other drug classes! . This pharmacology mnemonic is...memorable. And useful - since you often adjust diabetes medications as the patient changes over time..

Antidiabetic - Endocrine-Metabolic Agent - Pharmacology...


November 11, 2015
Antidiabetic Agents: Recent Advances in their Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, Volume 27 (Advances in Drug Research) 1st Edition i9
Anti-diabetic medication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


October 28, 2015
Explain the mechanism of action of each class of oral antidiabetic drugs... Describe the major effects of oral antidiabetic agents... Pharmacology of Sulfonylureas. i10
Chapter 34 Insulin & Oral Hypoglycemic Drugs


December 24, 2015
Sulfonylureas (UK: sulphonylurea) are a class of organic compounds used in medicine and agriculture. They are antidiabetic drugs widely used in the management of... i11
Antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity...


November 24, 2015

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Food for thought: If prescriptive drugs (medications) were the Iong-term solution for this disease, why is Diabetes now the 4th Ieading cause of death in the US, and the precursor to many other serious heaIth issues such as high bIood pressure, heart attack, and kidney damage......

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Antidiabetic Drugs - Wikispaces


December 14, 2015
FGF21 Analogs of Sustained Action Enabled by Orthogonal Biosynthesis Demonstrate Enhanced Antidiabetic Pharmacology in Rodents. i13
Antidiabetic properties of berberine: from cellular...


November 25, 2015
Nolte Kennedy MS (2012): Pancreatic Hormones & Antidiabetic Drugs (Chapter 41). In: Basic & Clinical Pharmacology. 12e. Katzung BG, Masters SB, Trevor AJ (Editors). i14
FGF21 Analogs of Sustained Action Enabled by Orthogonal...


December 30, 2015
Search for articles by this author Affiliations Senior lecturer in pharmacology, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, PO1 2DT i15
OVERVIEW OF THE ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS


October 26, 2015

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The pharmacology of oral antidiabetic agents


November 8, 2015
Anti-Diabetic Drug ACTOS pharmacology Nursing Students *Part 4*...
Diabetic Medication - ProProfs Quiz


November 9, 2015
Study Flashcards On Pharmacology 2 Antidiabetic Drugs at Cram.com. Quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more. Cram.com makes it easy to get the grade you want! i18
oral_hypoglycemic_drugs [TUSOM | Pharmwiki]


November 30, 2015
Oral antidiabetic drugs probably stimulate pancreatic beta cells to release insulin in a patient with a minimally functioning pancreas. Within a few weeks... i19
Antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity...


December 28, 2015

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If your" PMS" ing all you want to do is "rest and digest" thats how I remember it.

Pharmacology 2 Antidiabetic Drugs Flashcards - Cram.com


January 19, 2016
1. Hosp Pract (1995). 2012 Apr;40(2):56-63. doi: 10.3810/hp.2012.04.970. Antidiabetic properties of berberine: from cellular pharmacology to clinical effects. i21
Pharmacology Ch. 32 Antidiabetic Drugs flashcards | Quizlet


January 23, 2016
1. J BUON. 2011 Jul-Sep;16(3):409-13. Antidiabetic pharmacology: a link between metabolic syndrome and neuro-oncology? Aldea M, Tomuleasa C, Petrushev B, Susman S... i22
Antidiabetic - Endocrine-Metabolic Agent - Pharmacology...


December 15, 2015
Antidiabetic Agents: Recent Advances in their Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, Volume 27 (Advances in Drug Research) 1st Edition i23
Anti-diabetic medication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


January 21, 2016

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Chapter 34 Insulin & Oral Hypoglycemic Drugs


January 6, 2016
Sulfonylureas (UK: sulphonylurea) are a class of organic compounds used in medicine and agriculture. They are antidiabetic drugs widely used in the management of... i25
Antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity...


December 10, 2015
The pharmacology of oral antidiabetic agents... Dr David Laight, senior lecturer in pharmacology, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of i26
Antidiabetic Drugs - Wikispaces


January 25, 2016
FGF21 Analogs of Sustained Action Enabled by Orthogonal Biosynthesis Demonstrate Enhanced Antidiabetic Pharmacology in Rodents. i27
Antidiabetic properties of berberine: from cellular...


November 15, 2015

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Kreatif benar anak ini. Lagu just give a reason baru direlease,uda lgsg buat covernya. Great Pharmacist!.

FGF21 Analogs of Sustained Action Enabled by Orthogonal...


December 1, 2015
Search for articles by this author Affiliations Senior lecturer in pharmacology, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, PO1 2DT i29
OVERVIEW OF THE ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS


October 23, 2015
Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology... published on antidiabetic... to review the antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity and 111... i30
The pharmacology of oral antidiabetic agents


January 9, 2016
Anti-Diabetic Drug ACTOS pharmacology Nursing Students *Part 4*...
Diabetic Medication - ProProfs Quiz


December 29, 2015

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oral_hypoglycemic_drugs [TUSOM | Pharmwiki]


January 3, 2016
Oral antidiabetic drugs probably stimulate pancreatic beta cells to release insulin in a patient with a minimally functioning pancreas. Within a few weeks... i33
Antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity...


October 29, 2015
This pharmacology quiz contains 50 questions, which includes questions about the drugs themselves, as well as abbreviations. i34
Pharmacology 2 Antidiabetic Drugs Flashcards - Cram.com


January 11, 2016
1. Hosp Pract (1995). 2012 Apr;40(2):56-63. doi: 10.3810/hp.2012.04.970. Antidiabetic properties of berberine: from cellular pharmacology to clinical effects. i35
Pharmacology Ch. 32 Antidiabetic Drugs flashcards | Quizlet


January 16, 2016

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hi, Regina do u have live review in CA, Hayward area. please let me know I also been calling you, thanks .
Hi I cant pay for the entire review, so what should I do and how can you help I will be taking my Nclex in about 21-30 days and I currently have just Saunders review. Should I just purchase the quick facts .
I just found this video today...an hour before my NLN test. Im in my 1st semester of nursing school and have the NLN test and pharmacology exam Monday!! How do I buy this book if I pass this semester and move on I love your videos so helpful!! .
You are awesome. Listening to your reviews make studying fun. I will be ordering your quick facts momentarily.. Keep teaching. . Hey Connie, It's 37.50 plus priority shipping. You will get your book in 2-3 two days. Happy Holidays! .
You should use the resources you have to study. Don't make it complicated for yourself. That Saunders book has tons of info that will help you on NCLEX. I see you purchased QF 2.0, it will come in 3 days. Just be prepared to dig in and study I will send you some extra questions along with it..
I find this very interesting. I went back to school after my children were grown, its nice to see the new generation of nurses helping us older nurses understand. You re right the diseases haven't changed just people. I am interested in your quick facts 2.0. How would I acquire I was an LPN for 19 years, just finishing what I started many years ago. Thanks young lady you made me smile.
hello!just ask how you doing the private tutor Im here in florida.Im foreign graduate nurse (Philippines)and how long it will takes the NCLEX RN REVIEW packagethanks so much.I need help to pass my NCLEX RN did 2X and failed.

It should take about 2-3 weeks to do the NCLEX RN. You can do it don't give up! The private tutoring is by phone..

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Explain the mechanism of action of each class of oral antidiabetic drugs... Describe the major effects of oral antidiabetic agents... Pharmacology of Sulfonylureas. i38
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Neither "Coumadin" nor "Heparin" THIN the blood. NO, they don't. BOTH are anti-co-agulents which means they reduce the clotting time normal blooding allots. In other words both of these medications prolong the normal time the body initiates the time it takes for blood to initiate a clot in order to formulate a stoppage, a 'scab' with the purpose to stop bleeding. Again, these are NOT 'blood thinners' as they DO NOT 'thin' the blood. These medications only slow the normal mechanism time of clotting the blood..

+Christine Wilson every thing you are saying is correct, but in the process of when there is a reduction of clotting time occurs, what happens to the blood Does it thickens or thins Its better to associate coumadin vs heparin as blood thinners so that the massive will understand what is going on with the blood and what corrective measures that needs to take place if malpractice occurs or if the patient overdoses... I don't understand why people comes to these teaching sites to correct the teachers!! she did an excellent job explaining that the two are anticoagulants....

+Hi Mellashon Brown, you made a good comment, and you are right. Christine Wilson doesn't have the concept, or didn't understand the full meaning of ANTICOAGULANT. She only knows the definition.😈 And she didn't understand the full meaning of therapeutic communication.😈.
Great lecture... ! but why do we use the misnomer "blood thinner" It doesn't thin the blood but makes it less likely to clot... Thank you!. I loved this review. Only meat and potatoes is exactly what I was looking for. I appreciate teachers like you. This definitely beats reading 20 pages on this 1 topic.. +MudugPrincess I'm glad you liked the teaching! This was one of my first videos for Youtube, it's always a learning process :) Now I try to use annotations and will pull out the white board on occasion. Thanks for the suggestion! .
You're so adorable! Thank you for all the reviews and tips! Love them all. Congratulations on your channel and wish you a great career!.
Heparin will also maintain somewhat less likely to clot in the blood of the pregnant woman. Although Heparin may make it difficult to carry the child to term, as in higher miscarriage rate and premature birth rate.. Another great review!!! Thank u! I'm in my last semester and taking my nclex in Feb. Ur videos have been so helpful!.
2 marthasingleton, I did not buy any reviews. I did buy 2 NCLEX books: Saunders and Lippincott. Saunders has great reviews and Lippincott has harder questions. I also watched the free Remar reviews here on YouTube...she also has a great blog. There are some other good YouTubers with good NCLEX info, but I didn't have a lot of money to purchase a review. There's an NCLEX group that u can join on Facebook that posts NCLEX style questions. I basically tried to find the best free resources out there...and prayer! I mainly focused on my weak areas. Good luck!.

Antidiabetic Drugs - Wikispaces


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FGF21 Analogs of Sustained Action Enabled by Orthogonal Biosynthesis Demonstrate Enhanced Antidiabetic Pharmacology in Rodents. i41
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Nolte Kennedy MS (2012): Pancreatic Hormones & Antidiabetic Drugs (Chapter 41). In: Basic & Clinical Pharmacology. 12e. Katzung BG, Masters SB, Trevor AJ (Editors). i42
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January 13, 2016

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+Versatilechik See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Term_of_patent_in_the_United_States. sir i am your big fan..u made pharma easy for us.we can not pay u bt we can pray for u.Allah almighty give u faith nd success. Fair enough. I'm hoping to find a place downtown to turn into a homeless shelter once I have the money. Been wanting that for a while..
Great lecture, to the person who commented on this video stating that Pharmacology is all about making profit rather than helping people. This video has nothing to do with Economy or political agendas. This is purely educational, for the purpose of clarifying the subject of Pharmacology for MBBS and Medical based students. There's a huge difference between Pharmacology which focuses on how your body reacts to the drugs you take and how the drugs affect your body when you're subscribing a medicine for a patient and how Pharmacies and Drug companies operate generally. As a future Doctor this is a highly important subject. I'm supposed to know how a drug reacts and which drug does what, depending on the patient's condition. Please, do your research before hand and keep all political and economical thoughts aside. This is not the place for them. .
God I just love cology I'll posy a video of MOA of all drugs and ADR and stuff in a few months great job. Pharmacists are highly respected health professionals with ever increasing responsibilities as they move further and further into diagnosing and prescribing roles. It was an unnecessary "put down" from somebody who should know better. But apart from that I enjoyed the lecture, thanks.. i really loved it, it refreshed my memory but i didn't like the part when U said that pharmacists are record keeper it's unfortunately partially true but i think it's up to the pharmacist himself to keep himself up to date with all the new stuff and keep searching and learning beside doing what he has to do. . No need in a lecture to talk about other professions like Pharmacists. Because you are studying and lecturing a subject that belongs to them! . its gonna be fun if thr is series of pharma...learn with prof fink means knowledge.great to c tht.plz keep n going sir.thanx.god bless you.... Excellent, you deliver this with such enthusiasm! I look forward to learning pharmacology, thanks to you...

The pharmacology of oral antidiabetic agents


December 3, 2015
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Study Flashcards On Pharmacology 2 Antidiabetic Drugs at Cram.com. Quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more. Cram.com makes it easy to get the grade you want! i46
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Thanks! Trying to teach myself pharmacology & biochemistry before I enter pharmacy school this year..
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1. Hosp Pract (1995). 2012 Apr;40(2):56-63. doi: 10.3810/hp.2012.04.970. Antidiabetic properties of berberine: from cellular pharmacology to clinical effects. i49
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Antidiabetic Agents: Recent Advances in their Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, Volume 27 (Advances in Drug Research) 1st Edition i51
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November 28, 2015

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I have never ever been able to understand how the RAAS system worked, even after many many hours of studying. Nothing worked until I found you!!! Thank you so much for the lack of better words dummying it down lol you are an ANGEL!!!. Thank you so much Mike. Your videos have helped so much and just by watching, I was able to get an 88 in my exam. Keep them coming..
Watch 1. The kidney controls long-term BP 2. If there is a drop in BP the kidney senses it 3. when there is a drop in BP, the kidney wants to raise your BP so it releases renin 4.; Why was renin release cuz your BP is low so what is renin going to do 5. Increase your BP 6. So renin converts a chemical called angiotensinogen (anything with gen as a suffix means inactive) to angiotensin I 7. Angiotension I last about 30 mins, but in that time is causes all of your arteries to mildly constrict that makes resistance to arterial blood flow go up and because your CVS has to maintain Blood flow your left ventricle has to contract harder to get the same amount of blood thru smaller arteries SBP goes up 8. That ain't the big things angiotensin I circulates in the blood and in the lining of the of pulmonary capillaries is an enzyme called ACE Angiotensin Converting Enzyme 9 ACE converts Angiotensin I to the much more powerful Angiotension II 10 Angiotensin II does two things - It Massively constricts arteries all over your body - it stimulates the release of Aldosterone (hormone not an enzyme) 11. Aldosterone causes the kidneys to reabsorb Na+ back into the blood from the urine 12. We all know that when we bring Na+ into the blood water will follow by osmosis 13. So your Blood volume increases 14. KNOW THIS ANYTIME YOU INCREASE YOUR BLOOD VOLUME YOU WILL INCREASE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE!!!!! STARLING'S LAW:) 15. DATS WHAT I BE TALKIN BOUT!!!:).
Mike I didn't know you like Puffy. And I want to thank you for making nursing concepts simple so we can be great nurses!.
I'm struggling to pass my Advanced Physiology course despite 20-30 hours of studying per week before the exams. This video really helped me to visualize the system and put it all together. Thanks so much for this helpful and fun presentation!.
+Michael Linares Okay, thanks! I'm applying for the Nursing program soon. So, I'm sure I'll need the extra help when I'm in the program. Thank you Michael =). Thanks mate, very helpful. My pharmo class just told me which textbook to read, threw a bunch of worksheets at my face and wished me luck. I wish they actually gave a damn about us understanding what's going on, as you clearly do. Just subbed and going to check out more of these vids. You're the man.. One of the most genius videos I've ever seen. Thank you, that was awesome. I like your style. This is about the dumbest thing I've ever seen. On the other hand, I've always had trouble understanding renin-angiotensin. Your video offers a clear, easy to understand basic look. Really good work. Now it's time to revisit more sophisticated explanations. Thanks..
Thank you Mike! It's been a while and I needed to brush up on this. The way you explained it, I'm pretty sure it will be sticking from now on. :) You ROCK!.
Your videos have made it to the Paramedic world. We're using them to study pharmacology here in Georgia. Thanks!!. your just to amazing in your way of teaching. am short of words to say about how much I really understand your lecture. thanks a million.. Love your videos, but please tell my biochem instructors to quit making your vids assignments! Nothing like like watching a youtube vid and having a 40 question quiz on the video he next day..
I thought that renin was secreted from the juxtaglomerular apparatus in the kidneys- not the adrenal glands. That's where aldosterone is released from..
I have not understood this system since I started nursing school last semester. Thank you so much for making it so easy to understand and remember!!. Excellent presentation! Great analogies make the system very easy to understand. This is the first video I've seen and can't wait to tune into others! Thanks so much!. Great idea!! I was in a study group yesterday and we were racking our brains on the RAAS system, you have officially simplified it. Thank you! The audio fluctuates quite a bit at the beginning. .
I love your videos..you truly have a gift of being able to explain this very complex topic so people can understand them and apply them..Thank you soooooo much keep the videos coming.

Getting ready to take the NCLEX-RN and am now addicted to your videos!!! Great job explaining! Makes it so much easier to remember. Thanks!.
I love your videos! I am one semester away from my LPN, then moving forward to an RN. Nobody else explains these concepts like you!.
Love your videos! Studying for Pharmacology exam and your video has clarified so much:) Will be watching many more while studying for nursing exams! Thank you:).
Very good video. Explained nicely...except... Aldosterone is produced in the adrenals and Renin is produced in the kidneys. Not the other way around..
Love that your videos are short and to the point! Helps make nursing school more tolerable instead of reading 200 pages from med-surg. Keep it up! :).
you. are. amazing. please. don't. ever. stop. posting. nursing. stuff. I want to thank you for taking the time and doing these videos, you have no idea the impact you have on not only myself but many many others. you are a blessing. Thank you so much..
thats what I'm saying!!! You tube search my "liver song" & "official ACE inhibitor Rap" songs :) .
Michael, I am not an instructor - but I like to share what I learn, and giving credit where credit is due. I hope your many hours and great efforts bring you many blessings. Thanks for the mental stimuli!!.
Yes, blocks the Angiotensin converting enzyme that converts angie 1 to angie 2. Did you youtbe my ACE inhibitor Rap song.
Thanks Anita! Coming out with my music video/ improv video with real actors acting out Scenes for "Club RAAS" & ACE inhibitor police :) Also doing the Immunology WBC SQUAD video where real actors are going to act out immunology: Neutrophil Man, Baby Ban Boy, Monocyte & Mega Macrophage, & the rest :) Gonna be super exciting, coming to a youtube channel near you :P Actually coming to Simplenursing(.)com.
SHANNOOOON :) so good talking with you on the phone today, Im glad I can help you with this concept :) Glad you are in my Club 20 private tutoring program You are such a dedicated strong girl, were gonna dominate this next test!!! PS: ATTN struggling Nursing Students reading this... check out my private tutoring program "Club 20" at my Website SimpleNursing. com.

This concept is the ISH !! I must say the gangster dancing in the beginning def had me lol! Thank u mike u r a life saver!I like that you include humor and fun into your lectures...dont let anybody kill that individualism in your teaching strategies. You are the type of teacher I wish I had all year!! There is NOTHING wrong with making school fun>>>especially bcuz it is all so complex and detailed and its easier to remember FUN and easier to forget BORING!.

thank u very much for make it easy for me i wish u r with me for my exams cause no time and too much for study,,,,,thanx again :).

YOU ARE THE BEST! I WISH MY NURSING SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS HAD YOUR CRAFT. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK, UR AWESOME!!! THANK U.

Your videos are a great help!! My text books are much better understood after I review with you :) Keep up the wonderful work...You are appreciated!!.
Good video, but I don't think it was clearly specified exactly where the ACE inhibitors work. Is it in between Angiotensin I and Antiotensin II. While I knew what the ACE/ARB meds were, I was having trouble connecting the entire RAAS. I gotta say, your video helped with that! However, if I didn't already know what the meds were and did, I might be very confused as you often refer to ACE Inhibitors as Aldosterone Converting Enzyme Inh's instead of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor (esp toward the end). But definitely will check out your other videos, and thanks!.

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November 6, 2015

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Really! Cardizem drip is for high blood pressure This guy is really trying but he has no idea how this relates to the real world nursing. I've never seen anyone on cardizem drip for high BP. You start cardizem at 5ml/hr for someone in rapid a-fib (a-fib over 100 bpm). Of course, you try 10-20mg IV push 1st, and if it doesn't work, you move on to drip..
I believe Cardizem drip is never used for hypertension. It has a negative inotropic/chronotropic effect on AV node conduction basically with the reduction of calcium influx into the cell the heart slows down which is why we use it for uncontrolled afib or other tachy-arrhythmias. Hypotension occurs as a result. But correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks.
I'm a Nursing Graduate and I just found out your video.. I hoped I watched this before I have taken my Local board examination.. I'm a new subbie :).
I have a feeling that a tutorial for nursing is too much information for a paramedic. After all, I don't know too many nurses who think we know anything compared to their education..

Are Calcium Channel Blockers limited to working on the smooth muscle around the heart and arteries or are there more systemic ramifications (like reduced bone density).
+Michael Linares Yeah, just copy Peter Nielsen's response... it's at least more correct than your bogus explanation.... Thank you so much for making this soooo simple! Not everyone has the same learning style but your method is simple and down to earth! You have a gift! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!! :0). Calcium's role is the contraction of vascular smooth muscle of the arteries. Inhibit the influx of calcium leads to dilation of the arteries and arterioles reducing peripheral resistance and therefore blood pressure.. Do you have audio for your sessions I find it hard to be sitting in front of a computer for a long period of time but it would be great to be able to walk, drive and clean while listening.... Well you have to let us know.. ASAP. Love your videos. I have found them to be very helpful. I am currently enrolled in an RN accelerated program and graduate this year in August God willing. I am also going to be registering to your monthly program today. Looking forward to your help.. Gloria. +Yoya Diaz You can download video with youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Wg6Bv789ZwY and then convert to mp3 with audacity or other free software..
God Bless you! I never think I will be able to understand this calcium channel blockers concept... You made it possible!!.
Wow! That is all I can say is WoW! I hope you realize what a blessing you are with helping people understand all this nursing information. You make it all easier to comprehend and your not boring! Love, Love! Love the videos. Hi dear Michael I really appreciate what you are doing and the time and the energy you are spending to make all this amazing videos. I want to take this opportunity to tell you, your videos effect my life. I'm from Iran and dental student in India. We don't have neither good facilities nor good teachers here (lol) so I always have had problem in understanding the real meaning of my books (as I've my diploma in math and I couldn't communicate with biology related subjects because I needed to understand them and I couldn't). As you can see I'm not very great in english also. You are like an angel for me and I can perfectly understand what you describe. You are making me understand what does pharmacology really means!!! So thanks a lot again and please make some more videos. Kind regards. Shima . :) Dear Michael I've already sent the comment on your wall from my sister's account as I've deactivated mine to study :).
Love your videos. Have you ever looked at the transcript that youtube provides for them though. Bahaha it's nothing you are actually saying...kind of comical. It says at 1:59 into the video you say "and really help you are to you easy smooth trash lesbians under let's do some basic and that is you know so your hearts" So much for that function. lol I was hoping to print off the transcript because my home computer is slow. I will just have to watch them at school. Thanks!.
Wasn't there some issues with calcium channel blockers actually causing heart-attacks I remember back in the day hearing something about that… .
I love all of your videos..they have helped me tremendously and I have passed you on to my nursing classmates!! I CAN'T THANK YOU ENOUGH!!!!!.

i really need that Patho Bible how can i get it, i look at the web site but it didnt look legit. Please help!.
LOL If that pathophysiology bible really cut my study time by 200%, it would in fact make my study time 0% and add 100% to free time. hahaha.
LOL, what do you mean it didnt look legit, haha, Its my site bro! lol My newer site is coming out this week.

it was one of my first videos, so I didnt add that, I redid the video in my pharmacology course called "Pharm Boot Camp" 92 videos on pharm... check it out on my website SimpleNursing, com.
Calcium channel blockers prevent the entry of Ca into smooth muscle cells in the walls of arteries. The artery is surrounded by several layers of smooth muscle cells. When Ca is present, smooth muscle cells contract and such contraction makes the arteries stiff. Thus, Ca channel blockers help the artery wall to relax. The artery wall becomes compliant and the blood pressure drops. It has nothing to do with two different types of Ca or the epithelial cell (endothelium) layer of the artery..
wasnt completely thorough but ok...he didnt talk about how voltage dependency affect ccb, the effects on SA and AV nodes etc...

Thank you Michael for your explanations. This has helped a ton for my pharmacology class in nursing school. Keep it up! .

But the mechanism of action of CCB is blocking the entrance of the calcium into the smooth muscle of the blood vessels and prevent depolarization of cells and they will not contract, why did not you talk about that .

Nobody will ever be able to take you seriously if you keep writing "Ca+" when in fact calcium is a divalent cation..
Awesome Allava! Can you do me a HUGE favor & post that comment on my fan page facebook(.)com/simplenursing. I find your videos very helpful in clarifing topics learned in class. Thank you very much and keep up the good work. Keep going!!. I really like your videos!! I am a bit confused though, in this video you mention calcium making the cell strong and tough;however in a YouTube hurst review video the first thing she says is "calcium acts like a sedative!" If Can you clarify - i would truly appreciate it. my next exam is fluids and electrolyte imbalances. thanks !!.
hello Aja, There are 2 different types of Calcium, calcium as an electrolyte and ionic calcium. Don't try & under stand the bio-chemistry too much, just remember why you use it in drugs & how they affect the patient. Remember, your going to be a Nurse, not a Biochemist :) for tutoring help give us a call 1-866-302-9565 .

Antidiabetic Drugs - Wikispaces


December 16, 2015

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Hey thank you for everything, I know im asking for the easy way out but is there anyway you can post just that little packet you have that you do before your exam.. PLEASE :).
You have a great personality! I love seeing/meeting people who are clearly passionate about what they do. Thanks for all those pointers!. I'm going to have to watch this a second time. You know that feeling when someone super attractive is talking to you, and all you can do is look at them with a dumb, goo-goo, gah-gah smile on your face, but you haven't caught a nearly a single word of what they've been saying lmao! So, that just happened here. It must be your obvious success coming out in the form of confidence (which is the sexiest part of any human) that's got me (and probably other people, judging from your comment section) under your spell! Your social life must be exhilarating! Anyways, that was EXTREMELY off topic. If you'll excuse me, I'm going to complete my assignments now, and aspire to be as attractive and confident as you, kthanks! X'D.
Hi Rhonda. How are you doing I've got a question for you or whomever can help me. I'm starting my first semester in nursing this fall and I signed up for Fundamentals and clinicals. My advisor said that good be good for me if I took pharmacology as well so I wouldn't be lost during the clinicals. My question to you is: Do you think I would be overwhelming myself Have you taken these class s altogether or no Ty.
+simone Linhares Hey! Not sure if you got an answer yet.. I was wondering is pharm required for your program Or are they just recommending the course. Hi, I would also like to know the brand for the pharmacology flashcards. Great video. Thank you for sharing!. Do you have a video showing how/when you make your study/test review sheets I am interested in at what point do you start making that review sheet. Is it in the beginning as you are doing your reading, during the PowerPoint slide presentation Is it a compilation that you are putting together throughout and have it ready for test day I am trying to learn better study habits and it seems like there's not enough time between tests/quizzes to get all if that done. . I love pharmacology. Although I really don't have any prior college experience, I've always been an avid enthusiast on the subject for years. Although, I only know the surface of of topic, I hope to go to school again to achieve my hopes of becoming a pharmacologist. It sure did help me with buying OTC medications and who would've thought that most redness reliever eye drops were adrenergics!.
Where did you get your drug flash cards... they would be really helpful. Thank you... Love listening to your videos... you help me a lot. Lea x.
You are awesome. Thanks for all the information that you are giving us... Good Luck in everything you do. .
I have 2 pharmacology finals next week. I'm nervous about the dosage and calculations portion of it. We have to get a 90% on that test. Thank you for your positive encouragement. You're awesome!.
Oh my gosh you are so organized! I can only hope I will be as organized and put together as you are! I loved making outlines in my A&P classes, so hopefully they will work as well in nursing school as well. I start in the fall!.
I would like to request for your morning routine ^_^ By the way, how old are you I'm 21 years old and I'm already graduating Nursing. Here in my country, we go to college in an early age. God bless..
Have you checked out Dosage Calc App. It is the first Irish App. that supports nurses with drug calculations... .
Thanks for making these " how to study " videos... Great help and suggestions!!! Good luck and thank you. Keep the videos coming!.

Just thought I would chime in, for my class yes there was one you can take prior too and during you also take one which is more intense....
Hi Rona, Could you post what the pharm flash cards were called on ebay. Pharmacology is very tough like you said, and I would love to get a A+ too. Thanks, Brian...I wanted to send you a friend request on Facebook too but you page doesn't have to link to add you as a friend. Hope to hear from you soon!!!!! Stewbate70(Brian E).
Rona !!! my favorite you tube nurse!!! please post a video on your med surg didactic... I would love to get an idea of what to expect :) thank you.
Thanks Rona... this has been a great help. I love the idea of outline.. it makes sense. Thank you, thank you, thank you. God bless you ! . what di you mean "score" lol this isnt a GMAT its a degree you clown. I passed with honours, move on,.
yikes. im a 10th grade dropout... wtf woman also a chronic pain person. been on everything,,fent was the magic. .
is it okay if you post up your drug chart templates you made onto your facebook that way, when we take pharmacology, we can utilize your templates and can you also make a video on how to do well for the interview cause i remember your previous videos that you killed the interview ;). I have a question not only do you need to know how your body works in anatomy and physiology but do you also need to know chemistry before beginning pharmacology. .
What is in that pharmacology book. Does it contain information about pain killers, medicine, every other type of drug in there and how it effects the body. .

Thank you for putting up this video! I made a 96 on my first test from listening to this video and your others. Hope you keep posting and good luck through nursing school Rona!! .

Good girl... Reminds me of my biochem degree... This stuff isn't for wimps, get your cup of tea ready! Lol.

Great tips, did you find out where your brother got those drug cards from Keep up the great work your doing. I look forward to your videos. 😊.
thank you so much for these videos, you are awesome! i will definitely refer back to this video when i start taking pharm. lol barely doing my pre-reqs :) i have ways to go :p. I wish we would have started clinicals after we had learned all this! I'm in an accelerated BSN program tackling it in a year and these drugs just seem impossible. If you want to share any of your charts or past materials I'd be forever grateful! .
I love your videos!!! I am starting nursing school this fall and I am trying to get all the pointers I can get!! You are a semester ahead of me so I will continue to watch your videos!!! Take care! .
I love your videos!!! Is there anyway if you don't mind...that you can email me the template that you use for your study sheets! I think that they are such a great ideal!! Also thanks for the great tips for the flash cards(I think that one was in your other video) I have watched almost all of them!! I have my LPN and am studying for my RN!!! Thanks again for any and all the help!!! . I can't believe that kids are still taking paper notes and printing out slides... or buying physical books for that matter. That's what a table is for. In my case that's a 2560x1600 resolution Nexus 10. .
Hi Rona, Thanks for your video! I really appreciate the tips, especially making the charts and going into the pharmacy to familiarize yourself with the OTC meds! .
One of the problems I had with pharmacology was the IV push problems and heparin. Any tips on understanding the IV push problems better. Thank you!! Yes, he told me he got it from his school. However there are ones on ebay or amazon that you can purchase :).
I love to see you so excited about nursing. I'm a pharmacist & didn't realize that people can get so excited about medicine, lol. I wish you all the success in your future career and life.

Antidiabetic properties of berberine: from cellular...


December 31, 2015

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Richmond Pharmacology is trying to help Big Pharma hide the truth from us, lie to us, and cheat us. Hidden and unregistered trials are compromising patient care, and, rightly, causing public outrage. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/may/18/drug-trials-firm-to-challenge-plans-for-greater-transparency-over-results.
I'm trying to find the pharm boot camp I understand it's part of the vault but when I follow the link it shows the 92 videos. Is there a specific order to follow to watch these 92 videos Where should I start watching these videos for the 2 days flat promise Please help. Glad I saw this before I started watching the videos. This helped me understand how they are set up. Thanks!. Hello Mike, I have graduated nursing school, NCLEX is unknown until around the beginning of Feb 2014, I was interested in RX boot camp, how do I or can I get this Sherry. Love your videos, they have helped me so much. I am in Pharmacology right now and Med Surg II. Thank you, Anita. Hey Michael! I have a question! When I choose the 1 month plan, do I get the pharmacology stuff delivered to me or is that only available online I'm confused..
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lol, Tanya, this is to promote my pharm videos on youtube dear. Go to pharmbootcamp(.)com & check out my complete course.
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Good question. All the courses are instantly accessed online, the Video Vault comes with Pharm videos, but for the pharm boot camp course, its free as a bonus with the "LIFE TIME membership".
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معليش يا دكتور لو تراجع المعلومة في السلايد عند الدقيقة 22:00 بالنسبة للهايبوجلاسيميا المعلومة خطأ ! وشكرا.

Hello doctor just wanted to tell you that there is a noise in your lectures and hope you can fix it Thank You.

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Statins are probably THE most commonly prescribed drug you will see for your patients. It's good to review hyperlipidemia treatments before Step1, your SHELF exams, and pretty much any standardized test..
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