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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 3: Introduction

    Did you know there are three methods used to administer IV fluids and medications? They are: (1) direct IV medication administration (2) continuous IV infusion, and (3) intermittent IV infusion.

    Nurses play a critical role in preparing and administering IV fluids and medications to their clients. It is very important for you to know how to calculate IV flow rates, verify compatibility of the IV solution and the medication being administered via the IV route, checking and maintaining patency of the IV access device, as well as the regulation of various IV infusion devices.

    With practice, practice, practice you will become a "star" at calculating IV infusion times, flow rates, and the necessary amount of time to administer "IV Push" medications.

    Remember, safety first!

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