KNguyen_compounding_112519.docx - Module 04 Course Project \u2013 Compounding A Include 2 equations learned in this module and summarize what each helps to

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Module 04 Course Project – Compounding A. Include 2 equations learned in this module and summarize what each helps to solve: 1. A prescriber has ordered a patient to receive 100mL of a commonly used topical iodine solution. The pharmacy’s recipe book lists a formula to prepare 1,000ml of the solution. Determine how much of each ingredient will be needed to prepare 100mL of solution. Step 1 Determine the ratio to compare the desired formula with the current formula. Desired formula requires you to provide 100mL of the solution. Current formula provides 1,000mL of solution. 100/1,000 = 1/10 Therefore, I would need 1/10 (i.e., 100mL desired/1,000mL formula) of the amount of each ingredient, and divide each amount by 10, as shown in Step 2. Step 2 Caclulate the amount of each ingredident. Current formula (for 1,000mL): Iodine 30g Sodium iodide 25g Purified water QSAD to 1,000mL Desired Formula (for 100mL): Iodine 30g/10 = 3g Sodium iodide 25g/10 = 2.5g Purified water QSAD to 1,000mL/10 = 100mL

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