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Question 5 of 30 Betamethasone syrup 0.9 mg has been prescribed. It is available in a 0.6 mg/5 mL solution. How many milliliters should the nurse administer? Record your answer using one decimal place. 7.5 A school-age child who has received burns over 60% of his body is to receive 2,000 mL of IV fluid over the next 8 hours. At what rate (in milliliters per hour) should the nurse set the infusion pump? Record your answer as a whole number. 250 A nurse is preparing to administer intravenous methylprednisolone sodium succinate to a child who weighs 44 lb (20 kg). The order is for 0.03 mg/kg intravenously daily. How many milligrams should the nurse prepare? Record your answer using one decimal place. 0.6
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A nurse is providing care to a neonate. Place the following steps in the order that the nurse would implement them to properly perform ophthalmia neonatorum prophylaxis. All options must be used. 6 Wash hands and put on gloves. 4 Tilt the head to the side receiving the treatment. 1 Raise the upper eyelid; pull the lower eyelid down. 5 Instill ointment in the lower conjunctival sac. 3 Close and manipulate the eyelid to spread the drug. 2 Repeat the procedure for the other eye. SUBMIT ANSWER Exit quiz A nurse is assisting with the administration of erythromycin ointment to a neonate. Place the actions in the sequence in which the nurse would complete them. 1 Obtain a single-dose application tube. 2 Pull down on the lower eyelid. 3 Place a line of ointment into the conjunctival sac of the lower lid. 4
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Close the eye for several seconds. 5 Wipe away any excess ointment after about 1 minute. SUBMIT ANSWER Exit quiz A 5-year-old child has been placed on phenytoin for tonic–clonic seizures. The child weighs 42 lb (19.1 kg), and the maintenance dose prescribed for this child is 7.5 mg/kg/day. How many milligrams should the child receive each day? Record your answer using a whole
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