This innovative text uses a 'common sense' approach to introduce students to real-life medication problems. Featuring a range of exercises and assessments and supported by an interactive companion website, this is the perfect handbook for anyone seeking to improve their numeracy skills for medication administration.Using the IV medicine administration chart, calculate the drip rate for the blood transfusion (giving set drop factor of 15 drops/ml). 3. Using the IV ... 4% glucose = 4g in 100ml = 40g in 1000ml (multiplying both by 10) and 20mg in 500ml ( dividing both by 2). The answer is 20mg. 4. ... Using a manual giving set with a drop factor of 20 drops/ml, calculate what rate you would set this infusion for. Using theanbsp;...

Title | : | Drug Calculations for Nurses |

Author | : | Kerri Wright |

Publisher | : | Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-05-11 |

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