4 edition of Calculations in pharmacy found in the catalog.
Calculations in pharmacy
Sue Herndon Rouse
|Statement||by Sue H. Rouse and M. George Webber.|
|Contributions||Webber, Marion George.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||242|
The content of Pharmacy Calculations, 5e, includes material covering the knowledge areas within the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) and Exam for Certification of Pharmacy Technicians (ExCPT). This book is clearly written, accurate, and easy to understand. It can be used in a classroom setting or for independent study to develop a. This book provides a complete review of the basic mathematic concepts and skills, which offer a foundation for more advanced understanding of pharmacy-related topics. The guide provides students with the pharmacy basics necessary for correctly interpreting prescriptions and drug orders, and performing dosing calculations that technicians face.
• Pharmacy practice uses principles from all three systems of measurement • Knowing household equivalents and other conversions is crucial for pharmacy practice UNITS + CONVERSIONS Topics to Cover 1. Units of measure and conversions 2. Ratio, proportions and percent strength 3. Stock solutions and alligation 4. Clinical-based calculations 5. Intended for use in an introductory pharmacy technician calculations course, this unique book addresses not only calculations that technicians will encounter in retail, but also those necessary for compounding, IV, industry and areas where a pharmacy technician might be called upon more frequently because of the shortage of pharmacy professionals.
Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations is your comprehensive guide to successfully performing pharmaceutical calculations. Now in its fourth edition, this popular book covers everything you need to know to pass those all important pharmacy calculation exams. • Contributes to the pharmacy and medical literature for examples case reports, pharmacokinetic and pharmacoeconomic reports Adapted from Position Paper on Critical Care Pharmacy Service. Prepared jointly by the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. (Pharmacotherapy ;20(11)–)File Size: 1MB.
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This book is a must have for all pharmacy technicians and a great tool for students studying to become a master at calculations. It is very clear, well organized, and covers all the necessary information. Unit 2 - Basic Pharmacy Math. Chapter 6 - Temperature Scale Conversions.
Chapter 7 - Units of Measurement. Chapter 8 - Working with Prescriptions. Chapter 9 - Basic Medication Calculations. Chapter 10 - Basic Infusion Calculations. Unit 3 - Community Pharmacy Math. Chapter 11 - Day's Supply. Chapter 12 - Compounding Math.
Pharmacy Calculations, 5e, provides pharmacy technician students and professionals with the tools necessary to learn the types of calculations commonly encountered in community and institutional pharmacy. The content of Pharmacy Calculations, 5e, includes material covering the knowledge areas Brand: Morton Publishing Company.
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pharmacy calculations can make a difference of life or death. Being a pharmacy technician requires a variety of skills and abilities and perhaps most important is the ability to carry out important mathematic calculations. The goal of this module is to provide a basic review of the many types of pharmacy calculations that phar.
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pharmacy calculations review problems Percentages and Other Measures of Concentration 1) What would be the resulting strength of mL of a 25% v/v ethanol solution is diluted to L. pharmacy on a daily basis. The pharmacy technician must have a full work-ing knowledge of how to perform these calculations.
To perform dosage calculations, you will utilize the information and principles introduced in the previous chapters of this book.
You can solve these calculations by setting up ratios and proportions, keeping like units. Buy Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations 3rd by Judith A. Rees, Ian Smith (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(23).
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When it is obvious that people are struggling with what are basic calculations, as part of a test. This textbook has been developed specifically for pharmacy technicians, but it also provides a good overview of health care mathematics for any health professional.
This book teaches the following concepts: basic math review, hour time, exponents, temperature conversion, units of measurement, understanding prescriptions, day's supply, extemporaneous compounding, billing compounds.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Pharmacy Calculations.5/5(1). Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Lindsay I. Varga, B.S.(Temple University School of Pharmacy) Description: This workbook is for pharmacy technician students wishing to improve their knowledge in basic math skills, systems of measurement, dosage calculations, and interpreting a medication order.
This book approaches these subjects by giving real-life examples that can be seen Price: $ The four main components in Pharmacy Math are: Weight, Volume, Temperature and Time. To prepare for the PTCB or ExCPT exam, it's recommended to know math enough to work out complex word problems and some algebra.
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This outstanding text is a long overdue addition to pharmacy math education. Looking back at my early years as a registered nursing student, it would have been much more flexible and easier to use Pharmacy Calculations for Pharmacy Technicians rather than the abstract and formula laden math textbooks.
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Its extensive examples help students apply calculations in the workplace/5(7). The content of Pharmacy Calculations, 6e, includes material covering the knowledge areas within the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) and Exam for Certification of Pharmacy Technicians (ExCPT).
This book is clearly written, accurate, and easy to understand. It can be used in a classroom setting or for independent study to develop a.Intravenous Infusions, Parenteral Admixtures, Rate-of-Flow Calculations Add To Remove From Your Favorites Assessment of Nutritional Status, Enteral and .Pharmaceutical Calculations is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise appro ved by the owners of the trademarks or service marks referenced in this product.
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