## Nursing calculations

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### Formula activity 2

This learning activity is part 2 of the "Finding the volume required" formulas section of nursing calculations.

### Formula activity 3

This learning activity is part 3 of the "Finding the volume required" formulas section of nursing calculations.

### Formula activity 4

This learning activity is part 4 of the "Finding the volume required" formulas section of nursing calculations.

### Formula activity 5

This learning activity is part 5 of the "Finding the volume required" formulas section of nursing calculations.

### Fractions and decimals activity 1

A nursing calculations learning activity for managing fractions and decimals

### Fractions and decimals activity 2

A nursing calculations learning activity for managing fractions and decimals

### Fractions and decimals activity 3

A nursing calculations learning activity for managing fractions and decimals

### Labels activity 1

This nursing learning activity will demonstrate how to calculate drug formulas with the correct units of measurement.

### Labels activity 2

This learning activity will demonstrate how to calculate drug volumes with the correct units of measurement for nursing.

### Labels activity 3

This nursing learning activity will help you to calculate drug formulas from the labels.

### Labels activity 4

Part of a learning activity to practise using nursing calculations. Calculating from labels

### Labels activity 5

Part of a tutorial to practise using nursing calculations - reading labels and calculating values

### Managing fractions and decimals

What do you do if the Flow Rate calculation involves fractions such as ¼ of an hour or 0.5 litres? Find out how this is managed mathematically.

### Medication dosage by body weight

How do you deal with a unit like mg/kg? Milligrams per kilogram means that you must give a certain amount (mgs) of a drug for each kilogram of the patient’s body mass. Bigger patients need a bigger...

### Need over have

This short video is the third of three videos in the Nursing calculations - Finding the volume required section. It explains the formula for calculating the quantity of a drug in solution for correct...

### Need/have activity 1

Need over have - learning activity 1

### Need/have activity 2

Need over have - learning activity 2

### Need/have activity 3

Need over have - learning activity 3

### Nursing calculations

The following video links are an introduction to basic drug calculations for nursing. After each video, test your knowledge with the interactive activities.

### Proportions activity 1

This nursing calculations learning activity will show you how to calculate proportions with liquid solutions.