MATH AND DOSAGE CALCULATIONS FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS, 5th Edition
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Chapter 1: Fractions
Chapter 2: Decimals
Chapter 3: Relationships of Quantities: Percents, Ratios, and Proportions
Chapter 4: Metric System
Chapter 5: Other Systems of Measurement
Chapter 6: Converting Units
Chapter 7: Temperature and Time
Chapter 8: Equipment for Dosage Measurement
Chapter 9: Interpreting Medication Orders
Chapter 10: Interpreting Medication Labels and Package Inserts
Chapter 11: Safe Medication Administrations
Chapter 12: Methods of Dosage Calculations
Chapter 13: Oral Dosage
Chapter 14: Parenteral Dosages
Chapter 15: Intravenous Calculations
Chapter 16: Calculations for Special Populations
Chapter 17: Critical IV Calculations
Chapter 18: Amount to Dispense and Days' Supply
Chapter 19: Calculations for Compounding
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