For example, we calculated the correct amount of fluids to give to a dehydrated animal, and then got to dilute and set up the IV bags, including the drip rate. We also did calculations for making a cleaning solution (and actually mixed one up), reconstituted a powdered medication, and drew up medications into syringes.
It was a LOT of fun to finally take these calculations we'd been working on for three weeks and use them in a carefree environment! Doing anything hands - on makes it that much easier to learn.
Today, we disected more muscles in our Cat Cadaver and we were verbally quizzed on them. It is so much easier to learn about muscles when you've actually dissected them and felt them.
In Physiology we took and exam on muscles - I got a 87% :)
Tomorrow, we have our first Math Comp for Pharmacology. This is an "all or nothing" exam, meaning we have to get it all right, or we fail the comp. Fail it three times and you fail the class.
Math has always been a strong suit for me and I have received 100% on all of my practice worksheets, so I'm not too worried.
Will write later :)