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Module 1
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
Proportions 1
Proportions 2
Module 2
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
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
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Module 2: Learning Objectives

    Following the completion of Module 2, you should be able to:

    1) Interpret metric, apothecary, and household systems of measurement
    a) Calculate grams/milligrams to grains and grains to grams/milligrams
    b) Calculate grams/kilograms to pounds and pounds to grams/kilograms
    c) Determine medication dosage be weight from one system of measurement to another system using the ratio method
    d) Carry out conversions involving milliliters/liters to ounces/pints and milliliters to grams, tablespoons, teaspoons, and drops (minims).

    2) Illustrate the steps involved in interpreting pharmaceutical company medication labels.

    3) Identify the "six rights" of medication administration

    4) Differentiate two methods of medication dosage calculation

    5) Carry out medication dosage calculations using "basic formula" and "fractional equation" methods.

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