High-yield pharmacology Mnemonics for "Tufts Pharmacology Board Review" paper (Pages 32-49), which is used by most NBDE candidates.
Fun and engaging videos of ways to remember all the details in the paper (It is like the new language of pharmacology)
You’ll be able to tell what the drug is, its action, mechanism, and much more just by reading the name “the correct way”!
If you are studying pharmacology for NBDE part 2, INBDE, or NDEB AFK, you will LOVE this course!
Basic Medical, Dental, or Pharmacy Background
Let me introduce you to the pharmacology language translator.. “Basic Pharmacology Mnemonics Online Course”
This course is the easier, fun way to never forget pharmacology again, through proven “memory and study skills” techniques.
An online course of funny tricks and mnemonics videos to convert weird drug names into names that we can all understand!
It'll help you relate all the details with the name, and be able to tell what this drug does in a split second.. all while having a good laugh!
And most importantly, it was created by someone who could never memorize a single drug as a dental student!
If you are studying for dental boards (esp. NBDE or NDEB), are a dental student/professional , medical student/professional, pharm student/professional, or in any way related to the medical field and having difficulty remembering all the drugs names and what they do--then this course is for YOU!
It is like having a mnemonic-generating study buddy :-)
Note that this course series is based on "Tufts Pharmacology Board Review" paper, which is a very famous resource among NBDE candidates. The course curriculum follows the exact same arrangement and order of notes and question of the paper, so you can STUDY FROM THEM TOGETHER!.
In this final part of the series we'll cover everything in pages 32 to 49 of the paper.
Who this course is for:
Dental, medical, and health sciences students and professionals.
Anyone preparing for NBDE, AFK, NDEB, and other Dental Boards.
Any person having difficulty in memorizing pharmacology, and wants to memorize it all while having fun!
17 sections • 188 lectures • 4h 4m total length
Benzodiazepines- Mechanism of Action Mnemonic
Benzodiazepines- Advantages Mnemonics
Benzodiazepines- Active Metabolites; Thrombophlebitis and Propylene Glycol
Mnemonic to Identify Barbiturates from the Drug Name
Barbiturates- Redistribution: quick onset, short duration of action
Barbiturates -point 2: Barbiturates are NOT analgesic
Barbiturates- point 3a: Barbiturates Overdose Causes Respiratory Depression
Barbiturates- point 3b: Barbiturates are Contraindicated in Porphyria
Q2: MNEMONIC: GABA is related to both benzodiazepines and barbiturates.
Q 5- MNEMONIC: Barbiturates are Redistributed to the Skeletal Muscles
Q 16 - MNEMONIC: Advantages of Midazolam
Q 17- MNEMONIC: Flumazenil Reverses the Effects of Benzodiazepines
Dr. Hiba Al-Shawa is a Dentist with a passion for education, spreading knowledge and making the lives of dental students easier (when possible).
She has a special interest in improving the memory through different techniques such as visual and "rhymes as" mnemonic strategies, that she employs in helping students study in a more efficient, fun way.