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Many nurses are weak with **drug calculations** of all sorts. This article will help to ...
I. Basic **Formula**: Frequently used to calculate drug dosages. D = dose ordered ...

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Find out what's in your I.V. bottle (**drug** concentration or number of mL of fluid). 2.
... Use the universal **formula** below and then divide your final answer by the ...

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**Calculations** are still a significant source of **drug** error. ... The **equation** for
infusion rate **calculation** is dose stated in prescription (milligrams per hour) times
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Identify what type of **drug calculation** and as a first step, use common sense to ...
Remember that a **formula** often used to work out the number of drops per minute
...

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**Formula** method. Required dose. = No. of tablets to ... This information is required
when **calculating** quantities of potent **drugs** given to clients in the critical care ...

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**Drug** dosage **calculations** are required when the amount of medication ... The
same **formula** can be used for dosage **calculations** where the medication is.

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Feb 26, 2015 **...** Dose The amount of a **drug** to be administered to a patient at a time ... Ways to
**calculate** dosage: **Formula** Method =×V H D Amount to Give ...

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important to be able to carry out **drug calculations** correctly so as not to put the
patient ..... The rule works by proportion: what you do to one side of an **equation**,.