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Course SummaryThis helpful study guide course provides expert instruction on pharmacology and cardiovascular health. Inside, you'll find bite-sized lessons and self-assessments that can be used for test preparation, homework help, tutoring and independent learning.
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Work through this mobile-friendly course to learn pharmacological concepts related to cardiovascular health. Inside, you'll find several chapters that are comprised of simple and entertaining lessons. You can expect to study the functions of beta blockers, heparinoids, anticoagulants, vasodilators and more. The course includes lesson quizzes and chapter exams to help you retain the information you study. The flexible online format of the course allows you to study at home, at school or when you're on the go.
This course has a variety of uses for students, teachers, working professionals and casual learners.
- Students may use the course to supplement their textbooks, prepare for upcoming exams or catch up in class.
- Teachers who are looking to enhance their pharmacology instruction can easily incorporate the course's multimedia resources in the classroom.
- Pharmacology or healthcare professionals can access the course material for reference, training and continuing education purposes.
- Casual learners are able to study cardiovascular pharmacology topics on any computer or mobile device.
- Medications for cardiovascular health
- Alpha, beta and calcium channel blockers
- Factor XA inhibitors
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