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Question 10 out of 2 pointsA 22-pound child was admitted with acute bronchitis. Her medical orders include Garamycin 2.5 mg/kg q8h. You receive Garamycin from the pharmacy in a vial labeled 10 mg/ml. Determine the number of milliliters required per dose.
Question 22 out of 2 pointsSolve the following division problem involving a whole number and a fraction. Reduce your answer to the lowest terms. 4 divided by 3/4 =
Question 32 out of 2 pointsThe ratio of powder to water required for a medication you are preparing is 1:5. You have 5 parts powder. How many parts water do you need to add?
Question 42 out of 2 pointsChange the following mixed number to an improper fraction. 5 1/4
Question 52 out of 2 points
Solve the following subtraction problem involving two numbers in decimal form. 7.3 - 6.92 =
Question 62 out of 2 pointsMultiply the following two numbers in decimal form. 32.5 x 0.69 =
Question 72 out of 2 pointsSolve the following multiplication problem involving two whole numbers. 6228 x 46 =
Question 82 out of 2 pointsThe order is for 400 mg of erythromycin oral suspension. You have on hand a 500 ml bottle. The strength is 200 mg/5 ml. How many teaspoons will you administer?
Question 92 out of 2 pointsThe physician has ordered sulfasalazine 2.5 grams daily. How many tablets will the patient receive per day if each tablet contains 500 mg of sulfasalazine?
5 tabletsQuestion 100 out of 2 pointsYour patient is to receive morphine sulfate gr 1/6 I.M. The vial available is labeled 5 mg/ml. How much medication should your patient receive?
Question 112 out of 2 pointsYour patient is to receive 150 mcg of Synthroid b.i.d. They are supplied in 75 mcg scored tablets. How many tablets will you give your patient DAILY?
Question 122 out of 2 pointsSolve the following subtraction problem involving two whole numbers. 335 - 79 =
Question 132 out of 2 pointsSolve the following addition problem involving two whole numbers. 4329 + 574 =
Question 142 out of 2 points

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