By Gloria D. Pickar, Amy Pickar-Abernethy
Best-selling DOSAGE CALCULATIONS, ninth version good points the three-step method of uncomplicated and complicated formulation process calculations that nursing and different wellbeing and fitness care execs desire, besides a reader-friendly writing kind and convenient "work text" layout. as well as easing readers into the maths with a radical overview, the publication makes use of a logic-based strategy to construct self belief and restrict anxiousness. that includes full-color photographs of drug labels, severe considering exams, broad medical examples, and a bunch of interactive vitamins, together with an accompanying on-line instructional, DOSAGE CALCULATIONS, ninth variation offers the talents had to grasp dosage calculations in any medical atmosphere!
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If you incorrectly answer 5 problems, what percentage will you have answered correctly? _________ 50. For every 5 female student nurses in a nursing class, there is 1 male student nurse. What is the ratio of female to male student nurses? _________ After completing these problems, see pages 587–588 to check your answers. Give yourself 2 points for each correct answer. Perfect score ϭ 100 My score ϭ _________ Minimum readiness score ϭ 86 (43 correct) 1 Fractions and Decimals OBJECTIVES Upon mastery of Chapter 1, you will be able to perform basic mathematical computations essential for clinical calculations that involve fractions and decimals.
4 10 Ϫ 3 20 ϭ 3 _________ 23. 48 11 Ϫ 24 ϭ _________ 24. 1 3 Ϫ 1 12 ϭ 1 20. 14 16 Ϫ 7 8 ϭ 7 21. 25 Ϫ 17 9 ϭ 41 Fractions and Decimals _________ 6 2 1 _________ _________ 25. A patient weighs 50 pounds on admission and 48 pounds on day 3 of his hospital stay. Write a fraction, reduced to lowest terms, to express the fraction of his original weight that he has lost. ________________________________________________________________________________ 26. A patient is on strict recording of fluid intake and output, including measurement of liquids used 1 to prepare medications.
14 16 Ϫ 7 8 ϭ 7 21. 25 Ϫ 17 9 ϭ 41 Fractions and Decimals _________ 6 2 1 _________ _________ 25. A patient weighs 50 pounds on admission and 48 pounds on day 3 of his hospital stay. Write a fraction, reduced to lowest terms, to express the fraction of his original weight that he has lost. ________________________________________________________________________________ 26. A patient is on strict recording of fluid intake and output, including measurement of liquids used 1 to prepare medications.
Dosage Calculations (9th edition) by Gloria D. Pickar, Amy Pickar-Abernethy