By June L. Olsen Emeritus RN MS, Anthony Giangrasso Ph.D., Dolores Shrimpton
Absolutely revised for present practices and medicine, this scientific DOSAGE CALCULATIONS: A DIMENSIONAL research method, 10/e remains the field’s so much whole, ordinary and available drug calculation textual content and workbook. utilizing the dimensional research layout it pioneered, scholars start with basic math, progressing to the main advanced drug calculations. As they enhance mathematical talents for actual dosage calculations, in addition they achieve a radical expert figuring out of secure drug management. in comparison with opponents, our textual content includes deeper, extra lifelike difficulties, incorporating real dosages and requiring actual serious considering. assurance contains titrations, IV push, VCC, and different advanced calculations. Updates comprise: revised security strategies and insulin insurance; new gear and labeling images; and 1/2 mL and needleless syringes. Pedagogical aids comprise case experiences, self-tests, and an internet site for scholar assets.
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Simplify complex fractions by dividing the numerator by the denominator. When working with decimals: • Line up the decimal points when adding or subtracting. • Move the decimal point 3 places to the right when multiplying a decimal number by 1,000. • Move the decimal point 3 places to the left when dividing a decimal number by 1,000. • Count the total number of places in the numbers you are multiplying to determine the number of decimal places in the answer. • Avoid cancelling with decimal numbers.
2 Additional Abbreviations,Acronyms,and Symbols (For possible future inclusion in the Official “Do Not Use”List) Do Not Use Potential Problem Use Instead > (greater than) < (less than) Misinterpreted as the number “7”(seven) or the letter “L” Confused for one another Misinterpreted due to similar abbreviations for multiple drugs Unfamiliar to many practitioners Confused with metric units Mistaken for the number “2”(two) Mistaken for U (units) when poorly written Mistaken for mg (milligrams) resulting in one thousandfold overdose Write “greater than” Write “less than” Abbreviations for drug names Apothecary units @ cc mg Write drug names in full Use metric units Write “at” Write “mL”or “milliliters” Write “mcg”or “micrograms” Drug Prescriptions Before anyone can administer any medication, there must be a legal order or prescription for the medication.
Noon is midday! Therefore, to avoid confusion when administering medications, for noon and midnight use 12 noon and 12 midnight, or use military time (1200h and 2400h). The FDA recomends the use of military time. Name of the medication: The generic name is recommended. If a prescriber desires to prescribe a trade name drug, “no generic substitution” must be specified. Dosage of the medication: The amount of the drug. Route of administration: Only approved abbreviations may be used. Time and frequency of administration: When and how often the drug is to be given.