Why chemistry is important in nursing?

1 Answer
Mar 22, 2016

Answer:

Measurement of pulse, dosage, body temperature?

Explanation:

I can think of several scenarios where a nurse would require a knowledge of chemistry. Medicinal dosage; temperature measurements; blood pressure reading? Of course getting the correct dosage when a medicine is administered is absolutely vital. A practical academic discipline such as chemistry would be directly relevant to modern nursing.