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 Module 1 Introduction Learning Objectives Common Fractions 1 Common Fractions 2 Common Fractions 3 Common Fractions 4 Multiplication of Fractions Dividing Common Fractions Multpilying Decimals 1 Multpilying Decimals 2 Dividing Decimals Ratios << Proportions 1 Proportions 2 Percentage Quiz Module 2 Introduction Learning Objectives Metric Weight Conversions Apothecary Weight Conversions Weight 1 Weight 2 Conversion by Weight 1 Conversion by Weight 2 Conversion by Weight 3 Liquid Volume Conversions 1 Liquid Volume Conversions 2 Liquid Volume Conversions 3 Liquid Volume Conversions 4 Liquid Volume Conversions 5 Medication Administration 1 Medication Administration 2 Medication Administration 3 Medication Administration 4 Medication Administration 5 Medication Administration 6 Dosage Calculation 1 Dosage Calculation 2 Dosage Calculation 3 Dosage Calculation 4 Dosage Calculation 5 Dosage Calculation 6 Quiz Module 3 Learning Objectives Tubing Calculation IV Flow Rate Intravenous Therapy 1 Intravenous Therapy 2 Intravenous Therapy 3 Intravenous Therapy 4 Intravenous Therapy 5 Intravenous Therapy 6 Quiz References
 You are not-logged in and therefore NOT taking this tutorial for credit (LOGIN). Ratios A ratio. or two numbers related to one another, can be separated by a colon, 1:40, or written as a fraction, 1/40. Ratios are commonly used to indicate the weight or strength of a medication in a capsule or tablet. Example: 125:1 capsule or 125/1 capsule Reminder: ratios are used to express medication dosages in liquid medications, both injectable and oral solutions. The ratio indicates the weight or strength of the medication in a specific volume of solution. Example: 2 mL: 60 mg or 2mL/60 mg In other words: 2mL contains 60 mg of the prescribed medication. Review: Now you try to write out the appropriate ratio. An injectable solution which contains 125mg in each 0.6 mL Write Ratio Here: mg mL   Check Answers If you were linked here from module 2 click: here to go back. Next Page