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ISBN:
0028021894
Author:
Kathryn A Haddix,James Whaley
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 1 edition (May 10, 2001)
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Students learn to calculate dosages based on ratio proportions, fraction proportions, the formula method, and .

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com Product Description (ISBN 0028021894, Paperback). Dosage Calculations for Medical Careers teaches the skills and techniques medical assistants, licensed practical nurses, pharmacy technicians, and paramedics need to calculate the amount of medication they should administer to patients. Students learn to calculate dosages based on ratio proportions, fraction proportions, the formula method, and dimensional analysis. Library descriptions.

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Comprehensive evaluation - Answer key. Math and Dosage Calculations for Medical Careers teaches the skills . Math and Dosage Calculations for Medical Careers teaches the skills and techniques medical assistants, nurses, pharmacy technicians, and paramedics need to calculate the amount of medication they should administer to patients.

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Rev. ed. of: Math and dosage calculations for health care, Kathryn A. Booth, James E. Whaley. On day 3, the patient is given a diuretic. Here is a summary of the weight changes that occurred. In the column marked Change, write the amount of weight change since the previous measurement. Use a plus (+) sign to indicate weight gained and.

Dosage Calculations for Medical Careers teaches the skills and techniques medical assistants, licensed practical nurses, pharmacy technicians, and paramedics need to calculate the amount of medication they should administer to patients. Students learn to calculate dosages based on ratio proportions, fraction proportions, the formula method, and dimensional analysis.