Basic Math for Nurses: Calculating Oral, Parenteral, and Pediatric Dosages
Overview:

Nurses must often make medication dosage calculations for medications that are delivered orally, parenterally through I.V.s and for pediatric patients. In each case, it is critical for the nurse to know and use the appropriate calculation to determine the correct dosage.

This program demonstrates and describes the various formula used when calculating medication dosages for oral and parenteral delivery, and for pediatric patients.

After watching this program viewers should be able to:
  • Calculate Dosages for Solid and Liquid Medication Administration
  • Calculate Dosages for Injections Based on Volume
  • List 5 Key Guidelines for Administering Medications to Pediatric Patients
  • Calculate a Pediatric Dosage Using the Ratio and Proportion Method
Sale Price: $299.00 USD
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Product ID: MED594
Media: DVD
Year: 2014
Duration: 14:40 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Basic Clinical Skills,
 
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