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How to calculate drug doses and infusion rates accurately Subscription

Miscalculating doses is a common source of drug errors. This article explains how to calculate drug doses and highlights common errors. After reading it, you can undertake the Nursing Times learning unit Drug Calculations in Practice, which includes clinical scenarios to test your knowledge

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NEW: Minimising unwarranted variation in theatre
What is unwarranted variation in care and what can be done about it was the theme of a Nursing Times roundtable, bringing together experts from a wide range of backgrounds to look for solutions. The discussions and findings are FREE to access.