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Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations - Judith A Rees & Ian Smith

Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations

By Judith A Rees & Ian Smith

  • Release Date: 2015-04-01
  • Genre: Medical

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Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations is your comprehensive guide to successfully performing pharmaceutical calculations. Now in its fourth edition, this popular book covers everything you need to know to pass those all important pharmacy calculation exams.

Every chapter contains learning objectives, worked examples and sample questions and has been fully updated.

Brand new features include:
- Introduction (including expert tips for approaching calculations)
- Doses in children
- 8 short videos (to help you grasp some of the key concepts) covering:
- Simple dilution
- Proportional sets
- Conversion of units
- Representations of concentrations
- Mixing two concentrations without a final volume
- Displacement values
- Parenteral doses
- Moles
- More images and diagrams

Written by experienced pharmacy lecturers and a teacher practitioner, this book will help you tackle every type of pharmaceutical calculation and is ideal for both students and pre-regs. 

We recommend you use it alongside the companion Pharmaceutical Calculations Workbook to practice and perfect your calculation skills.
Good luck in your exams!

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