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This book, written by pharmacy teachers, is an introduction to drug dosage and other pharmaceutical calculations, with numerous worked examples and sample questions and answers. The second edition has been revised and expanded to include a new chapter on accuracy of measurements, a new appendix on performing arithmetical routines such as multiplication and division of integers and fractions, and updated worked examples.
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Errors in calculating drug dosages can cause significant harm to patients, particularly neonates, infants and children. Pharmacists are seen as a ‘safety net’ by fellow healthcare professionals. Therefore, it is essential that pharmacists fully understand pharmaceutical calculations. This book, written by pharmacy teachers, is an introduction to drug dosage and other pharmaceutical calculations. Each chapter contains learning objectives, numerous worked examples, as well as sample questions and answers. This revised and expanded edition includes a new chapter on accuracy of measurements, a new appendix on performing arithmetical routines, and updated worked examples. From reviews of the first edition '...this is a useful book to have at hand. Its easy to follow instructions and plentiful examples make this calculation text book a good buy.' Tomorrow's Pharmacist Judith A Rees and Ian Smith both work at the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK. The late Brian Smith was a retired mathematics teacher in Manchester, UK.
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