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Getting great scores on your certification exams is crucial for keeping your career on track. But If you want to continue growing in your profession, you must do more math and learn more science than is required for any of the certification exams. Here's why:

You have your routine math and science chores such as doing dosage calculations, checking the content of medication, and interpreting blood the results of blood and urine analyses. There isn't much need for a higher level of understanding ... until something unexpected happens and you are the usual, comfortable responses aren't adequate. This is where your above-the-norm knowledge of math and science might save a life!

Of course the math and chemistry are crucial for laboratory technicians. And what if you are a lifelong learner who is fascinated with medicine but not directly involved in one of the professions? Well, again, the math and chemistry presented here is a great way to begin building your understanding of the science and technology of medicine.


The e-texts listed below offer levels of math and chemistry that generally exceed the requirements for most nursing and allied health professions. This does not deter an on-fire lifelong learner who wants at least the opportunity to browse higher levels of academic skill and understanding.

Note: Some of these tutorials might require a PDF reader. If you do not have an the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device, you can download a free copy here. Many also require the Google Play app for mobile devices.


Dosage Calculation Drills. This is the go-to resource for checking and perfecting your ability to solve realistic dosage problems.

Math for
Allied Health

Dosage Math
for Allied Health

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David L. Heiserman, Editor

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