As a Pharmacy Technician you will need to know the top 200 drugs. I have decided to learn these in digestible chunks, this video provides the brand name & generic equivalent drugs for the first 25 of 100 of the top 200 drugs. Get more great pharmacy technician study aids at
--Music: Kool Kats by Kevin McCleod of Incompetech (Royalty Free Music)
Another pharm tech study song by Learn By Lyrics from the album DRUG STUDY.
The album now includes word docs with lyrics for all songs and drugs lists brand/ generic by classification. The packet is available for download (59 MB) here downloads/
Note: our other drug songs are not as "dark", I just went with a psycho theme for antipsychotics. Can you dig it??
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Beat Credit: M. Wilder
Top 200 Drugs Flash Cards, presented by F. Zaria Chinelo, Pharm.D. for the PharmPsych Medical & Educational Communications Network. Get this and more study resources courses/ *** The PharmPsych Network is a #Communications #Firm that provides quality #content and unique resources for #professionals and #businesses. Learn more: AND
Calcium Channel Blockers trade to generic. This is a FREE BONUS TRACK that has been added to the DRUG STUDY ALBUM. Download the album from
The beat is from Cell Therapy by Goodie Mob from the 1995 album Soul Food and I am using it under the fair use act for educational purposes.
Learn Top 200 drugs. This video provides the brand name & generic equivalent drugs 50-100. This is great if you're studying for PTCB/PTCE. I do not own the music. The music does not belong to me. The first song is Vexare-Rattlesnakes and the second song is Two Steps from Hell Instrumental.
drug groups song for nursing students. A low tech recording using a playstation mic, garageband and a you tube backing track, but you get the idea!Groups of drugs, you have to know, know!
(to the tune of Wake Me Up Before You Go, Go!)
** drug prefixes or suffixes written in quotation marks are sung as a word, and when written as letters separated by hyphens, each letter is sung (ie -- it is spelled out!) **
Non steroidal anti inflammatory's
They start with "indo"or end with "fen" if you please
And your Benzodiazapines
End in "pam" "pam" "pam"
And make you calm again
But cox 2 inhibitors have a "cox"
And drugs with O-L-O-L
Make your Beta's block,
Antiarrythmics are "ide" or "mide"
& thiazide diuretics end in "iazide"!
when you're a nurse, you have to know know
groups of drugs - and how they work, so
learn this song, to help your brain grow
& you'll never ever be a do-do!
Antibiotics you learn if you willin'
Start with "ceph" or end in "mycin " or "cillin"!
Antipsychs will end in a "zine"
Trycyclic anti-depressants often end in a "line"
Inhaled anesthetics end in a L"ane"
Local anaesthetics will end your P"ain"
Coricosteroids end in O-N-E
Thrombolyics end in A-S E!
Ace inhibitors end in "pril" you see
Proton pump inhibitors end in A-Z-O-L-E
Calcium channel blockers will end in "prine"
H2 receptor antagonists always end in "ine"
All the nitrates end in "ate"
And antivirals will "ovir" rate
Antianginals with "nitro" start
Because they'll help out with your heart!
Advice from a person on the other side of the pharmacy counter. This video's topic: good pharmacist vs. bad pharmacist.
Just some quick scenarios that commonly occur in the pharmacy followed by good and bad ways to react to them. This is meant more for enjoyment than education, but also serves as a reminder of why professional behavior is important.