Millimoles and Millequivalents

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Occasionally, you still need to figure out millequivalents vs millimoles. Or you may need to calculate how much sodium in half normal saline.

Two Pharm D. students prepared a powerpoint to easily walk you through these sometimes tricky calculations.

Millequivalents and Millimole Calculations




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