7 edition of Math for nurses found in the catalog.
Math for nurses
Mary Jo Boyer
2009 by Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English
|Statement||Mary Jo Boyer.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc., Handbooks., Nurses" Instruction.|
|LC Classifications||RT68 .B68 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||2008024064|
Nurses also use math to calculate the medication dosage based on the patient's weight using conversions and a proportion to solve for x. That's what we have created the Maths for Nurses book to do. Great book. It is technical enough for nurses to be able to provide adequate care but is also easy to follow and has a very reader-friendly format, which is unique to most care plan books. While clearly neither the author nor anyone else expects that the world will literally be free of complaints some day, the book provides much-needed focus on positivity.
The problem is solved as a proportion, where units must be the same horizontally and you cross multiply to solve for x. She outlines how nurses are usually portrayed as pill-givers and supply-gatherers instead Math for nurses book actual medical professionals with a wealth of knowledge, and how this image of nurses, however unintentionally, can inhibit the trust patients have in their nurses. Ladwig Another great care planning book, this handbook is a resource every nurse should own and keep on hand for planning the treatments they will be carrying out for their patients. By Superrn on Dec 03, This is really going to help me start working with nursing students to get them in the drug dosage calculation mode.
The Comfort Garden, Tales from the Trauma Unit by Laurie Barkin Outlining the need for psychiatric support for Math for nurses book routinely exposed to traumatic events, this beautifully touching and informative book uses real-life events from a nurse who worked as a psychiatric nurse for five years in a surgical and trauma ward. If one is new or has difficulties with math, this is the boom to get. This Item is Not Available auto-inserted In Stock Overview Use the simplicity of the dimensional analysis method to minimize drug calculation errors! Interactive: Virtual Chalkboard tutorials followed by quizzes solve problems step-by-step using three different methods with a voice over that explains each step.
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Could have used it in nursing school! Instead Math for nurses book simply offering pre-written care plans, it helps nurses through the process of how to write their own care plans so that they are equipped to do so to suit nearly any situation.
Nurses use math to calculate how much IV fluid to administer per hour, how many drops per minute, how much medication should be in the IV and how much medication should be dispersed in a given time period.
Karch An excellent resource for the various drugs commonly used by nurses, this book offers a wealth of information to nurses that is still relevant. Edition Unstated. Sometimes Math for nurses book face burnout, or perhaps just a very difficult day, and it can be difficult to feel that fire and passion for nursing that was once there.
Some very minor marking. The 2nd Edition also includes 4 new chapters covering basic math skills essential for daily nursing practice, including equations, percentages, proportions, decimals, and fractions. You're then left with only the units you do want the ones in your answer. This self-teaching guide offers: Learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter Tips for avoiding common errors when using MAR charting systems Details on IV therapy Coverage of how to calculate a pediatric, Heparin, and Dopamine dose Three final exams Details on tube feeding Overview of basic math skills needed by nurses for daily practice Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for an advance student, Dosage Calculations and Basic Math for Nurses Demystified is your key to learning these essential nursing skills.
By Autismrnmom on Oct 21, A great review before going back on the floor after a few years off. Great for review of calculations and exam prep. Ask Yourself questions synthesize and reinforce comprehension of content. Critical Thinking, Clinical Reasoning, and Clinical Judgement in Nursing: A Practical Approach by Rosalinda Alfaro-Lefevre Another excellent guide to the importance of critical thinking and reasoning in the nursing profession, this guide should be consulted by every nurse.
This is an exceptional book with an inspirational message and is a great read.
The problem is solved as a proportion, where units must be the same horizontally and you cross multiply to solve for x. My Name is Mary Sutter by Robin Oliveira Although this is a work of fiction, it is still highly relevant to and enjoyable for every nurse. This text emphasizes the simplicity of the dimensional analysis method to help even those students with math anxiety minimize or eliminate Math for nurses book calculation errors.
They do calculations to Math for nurses book the amount of fluid or medication given to a patient. Other important basic math skills for nurses include converting decimals to percentages, percents to decimals, doing fractions as well as Math for nurses book how to solve ratio and proportion problems.
Math for nurses By Laurie on Sep 29, Love this book for students and teaching with it. Looks Great. Other sites by Alysion.
Palm files and programs you can use. The lecture was all about achieving your dreams, and the author certainly lived out that determination in the last years of his life.
This is a wonderful book that is recommended by many nurses in all specializations.Aug 10, · Hello Everyone, What is your pick for the best drug calculations book? My school recommends The Nurse the Math and the Meds but Ive read some not so good reviews on it. It was an optional book so Im thinking about getting another one instead.
I was most interested in this one, espcially because o. The purpose of this module is to help students develop and apply math skills in a healthcare workplace setting. The learning activities were designed to be incorporated throughout multiple instructional periods as math concepts are taught in a healthcare context.
After completing the. Apr 30, · Book for dosage calculations/nursing math WHO Declares Global Health EMERGENCY. Wuhan Coronavirus - We Want to Hear from You great book, there is also a book called Math for Nurses. It is a good one also.
Good luck! 0. Share this post. Link to post Joyce LeFever Kee and Sally M. Marshall. It is really good. I hate math, but this book.Math for Nurses: Pdf Pocket Guide to Dosage Calculation and Drug Preparation; Boyer, Mary Jo is the author of 'Math for Nurses: A Pocket Guide to Dosage Calculation and Drug Preparation', published under ISBN and ISBN Math for Nurses book.
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However, much of the information is based on basic math and will only require drill and practice and, at times, some memorization to master. Book Purchase Information The following book is required for purchase prior to the beginning of the semester.