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Complete Math Review for the Pharmacy Technician (APhA Pharmacy Technician Training Series)

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Complete Math Review for the Pharmacy Technician is a friendly, self-instructional approach to lifelong understanding of pharmacy calculations. Filled with real-world practice problems and the author's good humor and encouragement, the book is a unique training resource, whether for the classroom, the national Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination, or the pharmacy practice setting. KEY FEATURES Thoroughly covers every topic related to pharmacy calculations that a pharmacy technician needs to know With more than 100 advance practice questions new to the fourth edition, the book contains more than 850 practice problems spread throughout its 13 chapters, with answer key/solutions in the back Includes The PI Challenge, more than 75 questions challenging the reader's ability to interpret information taken directly from actual pharmaceutical product package inserts Chapter titled Medication Errors and Clinical Challenges tests readers ability to recognize medication calculation errors sometimes made by nurses, pharmacists, and physicians Concludes with a 101-question post-test, each question being a real-world problem a technician might encounter in pharmacy practice Written in a friendly, humorous style with amusing illustrations to ease the learning process for even readers with math phobia

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Author William A Hopkins
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 255
ISBN-13 9781582121970
Publisher American Pharmacists Association


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