Select topics according to your mathematical ability and chosen health care profession. Begin with a basic math review or move right to deeper concepts, including algebra and geometry, linear equations and graphing, dilutions, solutions, and concentrations, dosage calculations and more! Learn at your own pace with this easy to use math text specifically for the health sciences. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.60 mg 60, 000 mcg 300 mL 300 mL 200 mcg/mL = = 2) Determine the lower limit by using the lower range given in the order together with the patienta#39;s weight. Because the lower ... The result in step 1 is 200 mcg , which can also be thought of as 1 mL , which 1mL 200 mcg will help in calculating the lower limit. ... NOTE 182 Chapter 5 Drug Dosages and Intravenous Calculations ? How. PRACTICE PROBLEMS: Section 5.6 Copyright 2009 Cengage Learning, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Title | : | Mathematics for Health Sciences: A Comprehensive Approach |

Author | : | Joel Helms |

Publisher | : | Cengage Learning - 2009-03-25 |

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