Introduction. Part I: Getting Up to Speed: Reviewing Math Basics. Chapter 1: Brushing Up on Your Math Skills and Entering the Healthcare Field. Chapter 2: Using Numbers and Arithmetic. Chapter 3: Getting Familiar with Fractions and Their Fanatic Forms. Chapter 4: Getting Familiar with Systems of Measurement and Unit Conversions. Part II: Minding Your Meds: Administration and Calculation Methods. Chapter 5: The Prescription: Just What the Doctor Ordered. Chapter 6: Medication Labels and atient Safety. Chapter 7: Proper Medical Documentation and Dispensation. Chapter 8: Mastering Calculation Methods for Dosing Meds. Part III: Calculations for Different Routes of Administration. Chapter 9: Oral Calculations: Tablets, Capsules, and Liquids. Chapter 10: Parenteral Injections and Calculations. Chapter 11: The IV League: Intravenous Dosing and Calculations. Chapter 12: Working with Reconstituted Solutions: It?s like Magic. Part IV: Dosing in Special Situations. Chapter 13: Insulin: Call It a Miracle Drug. Chapter 14: Dosing for Two: The Pregnant Patient. Chapter 15: Kid Stuff: Pediatric Calculations. Chapter 16: Adjusting Dosages for People in Special Situations. Chapter 17: Critical Care Dosing and Calculations. Chapter 18: Keeping a Patient Well-Nourished. Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 19: Ten Essential Dosing Calculations. Chapter 20: Ten Ways to Avoid Common Dosing Mistakes. Index.
Dr. Richard W. Snyder, DO is an osteopathic physician, boardcertified in both internal medicine and nephrology. He has authoredand coauthored several articles in peer-reviewed journals. Barry Schoenborn is a longtime technical writer and isthe coauthor of Technical Math For Dummies.