Test Bank For Dosage Calculations: A Multi-Method Approach, 2nd Edition By Giangrasso
Test Bank For Dosage Calculations: A Multi-Method Approach, 2nd Edition By Anthony Giangrasso,Dolores Shrimpton,ISBN-13:9780134624792
For courses in Dosage Calculation and use across the Nursing curriculum.
Basic dosage calculation and administration for nurses
Dosage Calculations: A Multi-Method Approach helps students develop the dosage calculation skills they need to administer medications safely and accurately in clinical settings. Using plain language, problem examples, and practice opportunities, the text aims to reduce the anxiety many nursing students express about math. It covers three dosage calculation methods–dimensional analysis, ratio and proportion, and formula. Illustrated examples walk students through dosage problems step by step, using all three methods and often comparing approaches side by side. The content progresses from simple math topics to complex applications for calculating and administering a range of medications.
The updated 2nd edition delivers the most up-to-date standards for dosage calculation. It draws on safety recommendations of the Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals, the Institute for Safe Medical Practice, and the CDC’s One and Only Campaign.
Also available with MyLab Nursing for Dosage Calculations
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Table of Contents
PART 1: BASIC CALCULATION SKILLS AND INTRODUCTION TO MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION
1. Review of Arithmetic for Dosage Calculations
2. Safe and Accurate Medication Administration
3. Dimensional Analysis and Ratio & Proportion
PART 2: SYSTEMS OF MEASUREMENT
4. The Household and Metric Systems
5. Converting from One System of Measurement to Another
PART 3: ORAL AND PARENTERAL MEDICATIONS
6. Oral Medications
9. Parenteral Medications
PART 4: INFUSIONS AND PEDIATRIC DOSAGES
10. Flow Rates and Durations of Enteral and Intravenous Infusions
11. Flow Rates and Dosage Rates for Intravenous Medications
12. Pediatric Dosages