Introducing our indispensable “Medication Calculations & Cannula Reference Badge Card,” your all-in-one resource for precision in healthcare. This card is not just a guide; it’s a reliable companion for nursing students and medical professionals alike.
On the front, you’ll find Medication Calculations, Conversions, and Abbreviations at your fingertips, ensuring accurate drug dosage calculations and eliminating guesswork. Flip it over, and you’ll uncover a comprehensive IV Cannula Sizes Chart, complete with color references, a crucial tool for seamless patient care.
This card isn’t just about data; it’s about empowerment. It’s your Nursing Student Resource, designed to simplify complex tasks. Slip it into your badge buddy, and you’ll have a Medical Pocket Guide that helps you make critical decisions confidently.
What is included in your purchase?
Medication Calculations & Cannula Reference Badge Card in PDF in 2.125 inches wide by 3.375 inches, you will receive this card on multiples on a page US letter too.
How it works?
- Purchase the desired product and receive instant access to download the files
- Download the files
- Easily print multiple copies at home, your office, or your local print shop as you prefer, or export it as a PDF and distribute it by email
Important, please note
This listing is for a digital product. No physical product or printed material will be shipped. Upon payment, you’ll receive in your email a download link where you can save and download the files for this product instantly, and print at your convenience.
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Due to the nature of these products, all sales are final and no refunds can be given under any circumstance. I am not responsible for any printing errors, so please double-check the sizing, colors, bleed lines, etc. Also, note that there is little color difference between seeing on the monitor and printing on paper.