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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 8815 Calculators

Instructions and Help about Can Form 8815 Calculators

Hey guys, it's me. Today, I wanted to make a video that has been requested several times by many of you subscribers. It's about how to do pharmacology medication dosage calculations. This is an integral part of any nursing program, so it's a long video that I have for you today. Please note that this is not necessarily just a video to watch for entertainment's sake. This is more of a video that you should watch if you are looking for information on how to do dosage calculations. Before we start, I wanted to say that there are plenty of ways to do drug calculations. When I started my nursing program, I had to take pharmacology before I started any other nursing class. It was one of the classes I had to take. Part of the pharmacology class was the dosage calculation stuff, and they taught us a way to do it called dimensional analysis. This was something I had never heard of before and had never been taught before, so I had to learn what dimensional analysis was. I have to say it's super easy once you learn it. You can use dimensional analysis to set up any pharmacology dosage calculation question. To begin, there are a few things you'll need for dimensional analysis in dosage calculations. First, you'll need your workbook or some sort of pharmacology book that your class will provide. Mine was given to us as part of our pharmacology class. It was an 80-page workbook that took us step-by-step through everything we needed to know about dosage calculation. Second, part of dosage calculation is memorizing some conversions. My program gave us a chart of some common conversions that we had to commit to memory. In America, we use the metric system, which is what most...