This reader-friendly guide helps veterinary nurses and technicians use calculations to determine dosage rates, anesthetic flow rates, radiography exposure rates, parenteral nutrition, and more. Self-assessment questions, examples, logos, clinical hints and tips clarify important concepts and ensure that readers master everything they need to know about calculations in their day-to-day clinical environment.
Chapter 6, Dosage calculations, teaches the techniques for calculating doses. Building on information from earlier chapters, students are taught how to calculate the amount to dispense, using all four methods of dosage calculations: ratio proportion, fraction proportion, dimensional analysis, and formula. Students will also learn to calculate estimated days supply.
Chapter 52 - Dosage calculation. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Explain the role of the medical assistant to ensure safe dosage calculations; identify systems of measurements and their common uses; convert among systems of measurements;...
Chapter 51 - Drug administration. Chapter 51 prepares you to understand the fundamentals of drug administration, including the following: Routes of medication administration, dosage calculations, techniques involved with various types of parenteral injections, seven rights of drug administration, patient education.
Chapter 20 provides knowledge of drug administration. After studying this chapter you will be able to: Identify your responsibilities regarding drug administration, execute dosage calculations accurately, check the patient before administering any drug, identify the rights of drug administration, describe the various techniques of drug administration,...
Chapter 10, Pediatric and geriatric considerations. This chapter includes drug
orders based upon body weight. It introduces body surface area (BSA)
calculations. Discussions of special concerns for pediatric and geriatric
patients are also presented.
Chapter 7, Oral medications and parenteral dosages, discusses tablets and capsules in depth and gives information about breaking or crushing them. Liquid oral medications are also discussed. Chapter 7 applies techniques learned in Chapter 6 to calculations of parenteral dosages, emphasizing injectable medications. The chapter concludes with a look at other medication routes such as eye and ear drops, inhalants, rectal and vaginal medications, transdermal systems, and topical medications.
Chapter 14 - Venous access and medication administration. In this chapter you will learn about the following: Convert selected units of measurement into the household, apothecary, and metric systems; identify the steps in the calculation of drug dosages; calculate the correct volume of drug to be administered in a given situation;...
(BQ) The second section contains topics relevant to the critically ill patients, including factors that may affect drug prescribing and management of medical emergencies. There is also a key data section showing weight conversions, BMI and corresponding dosage calculations, and an invaluable chart indicating drug compatibility for IV administration.
Chapter 51 prepares you to understand the fundamentals of drug administration, including the following: Routes of medication administration, dosage calculations, techniques involved with various types of parenteral injections, seven rights of drug administration, patient education.
The bleaching conditions for the reference pulps and for all the other
experiments, including reaction time, reaction temperature, and chemical
dosage, are presented in Table 3. When calculating the bleaching chemical
dosages for the following bleaching stage, it was assumed that there were no
yield losses. Only the amount of the pulp used for defining dry matter content
and ISO brightness were deducted from the original amount of pulp. However,
the yield losses were taken into account when calculating the bleaching