Question: Dosage Practice Week 6 1. 3000 Mcg _mg 2. Order: 60 Mg Codeine PO. Available: Codeine 120 Mg Per Tab. How Many Tabs Would You Give? 3. Order:Tetracycline 350 Mg PO Available: Tetracycline Suspension 125 Mg/ml. How Much Would You Administer? 4. Valproic Acid Is Ordered 15 Mg/kg/day. It Is Available As 250 Mg Caps. Your Patient Weighs 73 Pounds, A. How …

Question: Dosage Practice Week 6 1. 3000 Mcg _mg 2. Order: 60 Mg Codeine PO. Available: Codeine 120 Mg Per Tab. How Many Tabs Would You Give? 3. Order:Tetracycline 350 Mg PO Available: Tetracycline Suspension 125 Mg/ml. How Much Would You Administer? 4. Valproic Acid Is Ordered 15 Mg/kg/day. It Is Available As 250 Mg Caps. Your Patient Weighs 73 Pounds, A. How …

Dosage Practice Week 6 1. 3000 mcg _mg 2. Order: 60 mg codeine PO. Available: codeine 120 mg per tab. How many tabs would you

b. What rate would you set the pump for a child who weighs 1.59 kg and is to receive 2 mg/kg/min. 12. Order: 1L of 1/4 streng

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Dosage Practice Week 6 1. 3000 mcg _mg 2. Order: 60 mg codeine PO. Available: codeine 120 mg per tab. How many tabs would you give? 3. Order:Tetracycline 350 mg PO Available: Tetracycline suspension 125 mg/ml. How much would you administer? 4. Valproic acid is ordered 15 mg/kg/day. It is available as 250 mg caps. Your patient weighs 73 pounds, a. How many mg will he get per day? b. How many capsules per day? 5. Your patient is to receive 2 L of D5 % NS over the next 12 hours. What will the rate be? 6. The patient has an order for 50 mL of medication to infuse in 25 minutes. What will the rate be? Round to the nearest whole number 7. Available medication in 1.5 g in a 10 mL vial. The doctor has ordered a 600 mg dose. 100 mL of NS is available. 25 gtt/ml. tubing available. a. How much should you add to the 100 ml bag to create the ordered dose? b. What will the rate be if the medication is to infuse in 30 mins?_83 c. What would the drip rate be? 63 st 8. 250 mL of a medication is to be infused in one hour. 15 gtt/mL tubing is available. What is the drip rate? 9. The physician ordered 1.25 g of Theophylline in 750 ml of 0.45% NS. It is to infuse at 3 mg/minute on infusion pump. What is the correct IV rate in milliliters per hour? Round to the nearest whole number 10. The doctor orders a Heparin infusion to be started at 18 units/kg/hour. The patient weighs 130 lbs. You’re supplied with a 500 ml bag of Heparin that reads 25,000 units/500mL. You start the infusion at 0200 At what time will the infusion be complete? State the answer in military time. 11. The medication is available in vials of 300 mg/5 ml. You are to dilute 175 mg of the medication in 100 ml bag of D5W. a. How much medication would you add to the bag? b. What rate would you set the pump for a child who weighs 1.59 kg and is to receive 2 mg/kg/min. 12. Order: 1L of 1/4 strength Ensure over 10 hours via NGT. Infuse feeding using a standard feeding pump. Supply: Ensure 250 ml cans. What is the correct rate of infusion in milliliters per hour? How much formula and water is needed to prepare this feeding? a. Formula b. Water: c. Rate of infusion 100 13. Order: Ancef 7 mcg/kg/minute. Available: Infusion pump, Ancef 350 mg in 250 mL of NS. Patient weighs 145 lbs. Round to nearest whole number. 14. Order: 750 mL DSXNS with 10 mEq KCI IV to run at 125 ml/hr. Available: Vial KCI labeled 40 mEq/20mL. Available: 20 gtt/mL tubing. 5 mL a. How many milliliters of KCI will you add to the IV? b. Indicate the amount you would administer by shading the syringe below. 15. The physician ordered 12 units of Pitocin in 1000 mL of DSW. It is to infuse at 2 milliunits/minute per infusion pump. What is the correct IV rate in milliliters per hour? Round to the nearest whole number.