So, you have the dosage of the drug, the vial in your hand. Now comes the part where you have to draw up the drug. 1mg, 3mg, 7mg… no problem.
But what about when you need 1.2mg, 3.7mg or 7.3mg?
It can start getting tricky and depending on the syringe it can be pretty darn pesky figuring this all out while bouncing down the road in the back of the ambulance.
I have this little download that focuses on measuring dosages and syringes. I think this will be pretty helpful and will bring some clarity to this drug dosing skill if you seem to be struggling with it.
Click the image below to save it to your computer.
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