The learner can produce conversion tables for Centigrade/Fahrenheit, Imperial/Metric and Metric/Imperial

Referencing Styles : Not Selected Diploma Nursing & Midwifery Subject Maths Task Title Maths in a Healthcare Context Complete the Maths in a Healthcare Context Workbook Questions and Answers Guidance Notes: Ensure that you complete all of the questions in order to meet the assessment criteria Show all working out If submitting additional sheets, ensure that the workbook question number is clearly labelled. Assessment To “achieve” in this task, the submission must meet all the Assessment Criteria below. If all the Assessment Criteria are not met then you will be offered an opportunity for a resubmission within a deadline set by your tutor. Assessment Criteria 1.1 The learner can give the appropriate formula to calculate the volume of a required dose (mixture/injections) 1.2 The learner can give the appropriate formula to calculate the numbers of a tablet required. 1.3 The learner can give the appropriate formula to calculate the dose for weight 2.1 The learner can produce conversion tables for Centigrade/Fahrenheit, Imperial/Metric and Metric/Imperial 2.2 The learner can mathematically calculate conversions between Centigrade/Fahrenheit and Imperial/Metric 2.3 The learner can interpret the relevant data found in graphs and charts for body mass, growth cantile and peak flow 3.1 The learner can calculate the solution strengths from a given ratio 3.2 The learner can calculate the solution strengths from a given percentage 3.3 The learner can make dilution calculations based upon a given strength 4.1 The learner can calculate the number of capsules/tablets in a stated dose. 4.2 The learner can calculate the volume of a given liquid in a stated dose. 5.1 The learner can calculate the drip and flow rates over a time period for a given example. 6.1 The learner can perform mathematical calculations for the development and use of charts, preparing a budget / living on a bursary, profit and loss, nursing salary rates and increases and prescribed medication to a patient over a given period.

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