Peds Fall 2019 Practice 1 – Student Copy Name: Brandon Aguiar Directions: Work each problem. Show your calculation in the space below Place only your answer on the line. You must label each answer correctly. Round flow rates and gtts/min. if needed to what you will actually administer. Infusion pumps are programmed in mL/hr 1. The nurse is caring for a patient with diabetes. The following prescription for insulin is in the patients Medication administration record. Insulin Isophane (NPH ) 32 units 2 times daily @0800 & 1700 Insulin (R) regular 0-24 units subcutaneous 3 times daily with meals 08, 12, 17 per sliding scale: Blood Glucose Corrective Action Less than 70 mg/dl Follow hypoglycemic guidelines 70-140. Give NO sliding scale 141-180. Give 4 units of insulin 181-220. Give 8 units of insulin 221-260. Give 12 units of insulin 261-300. Give 16 units of insulin 301-350. Give 20 units of insulin Greater than 350 Give 24 Units of Regular insulin and Notify Physician
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- Fall '19
- Dose, Infusion pump, NPH insulin