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Drug Dosage Calculation Questions and Answers (Q&A)

MELONIE JAMES
Answered: Sep 08, 2019

Answer is 300ML/HR

4MG / 40 MG = 0.1

0.1 1000 =100

60(1HR) / 20 MINUTES =3

3100

300ML/HR

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Bobby Rickets, Content Reviewer
Answered: Mar 07, 2019
The correct answer is option B – 300mL/hr.
Since you need to give 4gm of magnesium sulphate over 20 minutes and it comes in 40gm/1000mL
You do the following:
Divide 4gm by...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Aug 31, 2017

6u/min x 60min/1hr = 360mu/hrx1hr/1000mu x500ml/10u=180ml/10hr=18ml/hr

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ChelsieA
Answered: Feb 21, 2017
Amount of Solution (mL) x Drop Factor (gtt/mL) =xgtt/min
Time (minutes)


Don't forget to convert 1.5 L into mL AND 12 hours into minutes!
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G. Roland, Professor
Answered: Aug 29, 2018
Nurses and pharmacists are responsible for measuring and dispensing drugs that are appropriate to what the patient should receive during the time given based on the doctor’s decisions. When...Read More

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W. Wright, Biology student
Answered: Apr 04, 2019
The answer to this is A. Drug dosage is always important because the amount that a person will take may sometimes determine if the patient is going to get better or going to get worse. There are...Read More

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W. Kaye, Ex-Marine
Answered: Apr 19, 2019
B is the answer to this question. The nurse will be in charge of adjusting the clamp on the intravenous tube. The adjustments can either slow down or speed up the rate of the flow of IV fluid. In...Read More

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