Egler, Lynn M.; Booth, Kathryn
Mastering Pharmacy Technician Math: A Certification Review
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**The review you need to excel on the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Examination!**

*Mastering Pharmacy Technician Math: A Certification Review* is a super-effective way for students preparing for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Examination to improve their ability to perform basic math and pharmacy-specific calculations. The book includes powerful learning aids such as practice exercises in each chapter, end-of-chapter Q&A, a 50-question pretest that reviews key concepts, and three 100-question practice tests to prepare you for the board exam. All questions are correlated to the learning outcomes found in the book so you know exactly what to review should you answer a question incorrectly.

*Mastering Pharmacy Technician Math: A Certification Review* is logically divided into ten chapters:

**Chapter 1:** Mathematical Concepts -- reviews the basic mathematical building blocks needed to master advanced pharmacy calculations, including fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, proportions, conversions, and cross-multiplication.

**Chapter 2:** Numbering Systems -- reviews the different systems of measurement and how to convert within and between them, including working with temperatures and time.

**Chapter 3:** Understanding Drugs and Drug Orders -- identifies drug strengths, doses, drug forms, and routes of administration and explains how to identify and interpret information on drug labels, package inserts, prescriptions, and medication orders.

**Chapter 4:** Methods of Dosage Calculations -- presents methods to perform dosage calculations correctly, including fraction proportion, ratio proportion, dimensional analysis, and formulas.

**Chapter 5:** Oral Dosages -- describes the processes for calculating dosages, amount to dispense, and estimated days' supply for oral medications.

**Chapter 6:** Parenteral Dosages (Excluding Intravenous) -- describes parenteral medications, including those given by injection; inhalants; transdermal, ophthalmic, and otic drugs; and drugs placed in the rectum or vagina.

**Chapter 7:** Intravenous Calculations -- describes how to calculate IV concentrations and how to prepare medications for continuous and intermittent IV infusion.

**Chapter 8:** Special Preparations Calculations -- describes the processes to calculate concentrations, ratio strengths, final volume/final strength, and dilutions, as well as how to write recipes to prepare compound drug orders and perform alligation calculations.

**Chapter 9:** Medication Safety and Calculations -- discusses pharmacokinetics, high-alert medications, look-alike/sound-alike medications, how to calculate drug half-life values, pediatric and geriatric calculations, DEA controlled substance requirements related to prescriber DEA numbers, and how to perform the calculation needed to verify DEA number validity.

**Chapter 10:** Business, Inventory, and Reimbursement Calculations -- discusses reimbursements and patient payments, and describes how to calculate overhead costs, profits and losses, markups, turnover rates, and correct costs and change.

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**The fast, easy way for pharmacy technician students to master the math necessary for certification**

This engaging text is designed to help students excel on the math portion of the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board exam. The book begins with a review of basic math concepts and progresses to more complex topics. Cases are included to give the math real-world application. Math certification board-type questions appear in every chapter and there is a comprehensive pre-test and a concluding final evaluation test. Correct answers are provided for each question, along with comprehensive answer explanations. Other learning aids include Key Terms, numerous tables, memory tips, and more.

**Lynn M. Egler, RMA, AHI, CPhT (Madison Heights, MI)** served in the United States Navy as a hospital corpsman and emergency medical technician during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Mrs. Egler is currently affiliated with Dorsey Schools in Madison Heights, Michigan, as an Allied Health instructor.

**Kathryn A. Booth, RN, BSN, MS, RMA, RPT** is an author, consultant, vice president, and owner of Total Care Programming, a multimedia software development company. care materials that will assist health care educators and promote the health care profession.

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**Book Description **McGraw-Hill Education - Europe, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 272 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The review you need to excel on the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Examination! Mastering Pharmacy Technician Math: A Certification Review is a super-effective way for students preparing for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Examination to improve their ability to perform basic math and pharmacy-specific calculations. The book includes powerful learning aids such as practice exercises in each chapter, end-of-chapter QA, a 50-question pretest that reviews key concepts, and three 100-question practice tests to prepare you for the board exam. All questions are correlated to the learning outcomes found in the book so you know exactly what to review should you answer a question incorrectly. Mastering Pharmacy Technician Math: A Certification Review is logically divided into ten chapters: Chapter 1: Mathematical Concepts - reviews the basic mathematical building blocks needed to master advanced pharmacy calculations, including fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, proportions, conversions, and cross-multiplication. Chapter 2: Numbering Systems - reviews the different systems of measurement and how to convert within and between them, including working with temperatures and time. Chapter 3: Understanding Drugs and Drug Orders - identifies drug strengths, doses, drug forms, and routes of administration and explains how to identify and interpret information on drug labels, package inserts, prescriptions, and medication orders. Chapter 4: Methods of Dosage Calculations - presents methods to perform dosage calculations correctly, including fraction proportion, ratio proportion, dimensional analysis, and formulas. Chapter 5: Oral Dosages - describes the processes for calculating dosages, amount to dispense, and estimated days supply for oral medications. Chapter 6: Parenteral Dosages (Excluding Intravenous) -- describes parenteral medications, including those given by injection; inhalants; transdermal, ophthalmic, and otic drugs; and drugs placed in the rectum or vagina. Chapter 7: Intravenous Calculations - describes how to calculate IV concentrations and how to prepare medications for continuous and intermittent IV infusion. Chapter 8: Special Preparations Calculations - describes the processes to calculate concentrations, ratio strengths, final volume/final strength, and dilutions, as well as how to write recipes to prepare compound drug orders and perform alligation calculations. Chapter 9: Medication Safety and Calculations - discusses pharmacokinetics, high-alert medications, look-alike/sound-alike medications, how to calculate drug half-life values, pediatric and geriatric calculations, DEA controlled substance requirements related to prescriber DEA numbers, and how to perform the calculation needed to verify DEA number validity. Chapter 10: Business, Inventory, and Reimbursement Calculations - discusses reimbursements and patient payments, and describes how to calculate overhead costs, profits and losses, markups, turnover rates, and correct costs and change. Bookseller Inventory # AA39780071829687

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