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Widely recognized as the leading calculations textbook, Ansel's "Pharmaceutical Calculations" is the most trusted resource for calculations support. ...Show synopsisWidely recognized as the leading calculations textbook, Ansel's "Pharmaceutical Calculations" is the most trusted resource for calculations support. Time-tested after thirteen editions, it is the most comprehensive and in-depth treatment of pharmacy calculations available. The book takes a step-by-step approach to calculations, making it easy for students to work through the problems and gain greater understanding of the underlying concepts. Its focus is on the fundamental principles and basic techniques involved in the application of the calculations needed for successful pharmacy practice.Hide synopsis
This Pharmaceutical Calculations book was a textbook for an Introduction to Pharmacy Practice course that I took. It was easy to learn from and answers to most practice problems were included...these were both great features.
For as many good reference books out their from this genre, their are as many that are not. I took a chance by assuming a book that had gone through so many printings must be a good one. I was not disappointed.
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