Sunday, September 22, 2013

Converting Oz and mL Practice Test

Calculating intake and output often requires converting ounces and milliliters. This free nursing practice test gives you the opportunity to convert ounces to milliliters and cubic centimeters to milliliters. It also incorporates fractions, a few medical terms, and comparing intake and output in order to determine if you would expect symptoms of edema or dehydration.

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