Ace Your Exams with PicmonicThe world's best  pharmacology   study tool  for physician assistant students

Find out why over 250,000 students use Picmonic's picture mnemonics to improve knowledge, retention, and exam performance.


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Review  Pharmacology  in Less Time

We've taken what science shows - image mnemonics work - and boosted its effectiveness by adding memorable characters, interesting audio stories, and built-in quizzing. Research shows that students who use Picmonic see a 331% improvement in memory retention and a 50% improvement in test scores. Picmonic will help you immediately recall specific drugs, how they work, contraindications and their antidotes.

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With a subscription, you get access to hundreds of Picmonics and thousands of fact quizzes, plus access to webinars, downloadable resources, and more!

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Self-Paced  Study Guides 

Picmonic turns facts into memorable pictures and stories to increase retention and boost test scores. Our Pathways are ready-made study plans for self-paced review, providing visual mnemonics that correspond to specific course curriculum, textbook content, and exams.

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Never Forget the Difference between Heparin and Warfarin

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Warfarin War Fairy

• Monitor PT/INR Levels

• Contraindicated During Pregnancy

• Antidote: Vitamin K and Fresh Frozen Plasma

Heparin Hippie Heron

• Monitor aPTT

• Safe During Pregnancy

• Antidote: Protamine Sulfate

- Jennifer Garfield (Arizona School of Health Sciences)

“I love using picmonic! Being a PA student, we are constantly overloaded with information and medications we have to memorize. Picmonic gives you simple ways to remember medications, how they work, what they do, and their side effects. Medications is only a small part of Picmonic! It has everything from head to toe that I need to know for PA school. After a long day of class, I enjoy sitting down and watching picmonic videos. It even quizzes your knowledge at the end of each video! I’m so glad I subscribed!"