# Chapter 52 Voc Quiz

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- Q1The amount of space an object takes upVolume30s
- Q2A measure of the force of gravity on an objectWeight30s
- Q3The amount of medication the patient will receiveAmount to administer30s
- Q4An early form of a pharmacist, apothecaries could also prescribe drugs.Apothecary30s
- Q5The area of the external surface of the body used to calibrate nutritional requirements, drug dosage and expected pulmonary function measurementsBody Surface Area (BSA)30s
- Q6The total amount of medication ordered by the medical providerDesired Dose (D)30s
- Q7The amount of medication in each unit of the drugDose on hand (H)30s
- Q8A basic formula used to calculate dosage. D/H x Q, where D=desired dose, H=dose on hand, Q=quantity of the doseFormula method30s
- Q9Older system of measurement that uses teaspoons, tablespoons, and cupsHousehold system30s
- Q10The decimal measuring system based on the meter, liter, and gram as units of length, capacity, and weight or mass.Metric system30s
- Q11A graphic tool for estimating drug dosages using various body measurementsNomograms30s
- Q12Calculating dosages by setting up equalivent measures and cross multiplyingproportion method30s
- Q13An equation that states that two ratios are equalProportions30s
- Q14An amount of medication on handQuantity (Q)30s