This is a companion self-study aid to Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations for practising calculations similar to those that may be presented in pharmacy examinations and in practice. Each section contains a variety of exercises which give the opportunity to practise calculations using the methods covered in Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations.
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Pharmaceutical Calculations Workbook is the companion self-study aid to Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations, 2nd edn. It contains practice calculations (with answers) similar to those that might be presented in pharmacy examinations and in practice. Each chapter contains a variety of exercises for practising calculations using the methods covered in the companion text. Tables for completion are included in addition to individual drug- or patient-specific questions. Topics covered include: • rational numbers • systems of units • concentrations • dilutions • formulations • doses • density, displacement volumes and values • molecular weights and parenteral solutions. This workbook will be invaluable to pharmacy undergraduates and preregistration trainees and pharmacy technicians, as well as others who want to practise basic pharmaceutical calculations.
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