100%(8)8 out of 8 people found this document helpful
This preview shows page 1 - 2 out of 6 pages.
Hello StudentsI decided to provide you with some assistance for the final exam. I am doing this against my better judgment (because as students – some of you have not yet got what is meant by what happens in Vegas – stays in Vegas and just talk too much). However, I know a few of you could benefit from this help. I will be deleting this message in 12 hours, so download and print this out. Here goes:100 questions - 84 Multiple choice- 2 Fill-in Titration- 9 SATAMed Math- 5 questionsReview weight base (including divided doses – (e.g. drug is given daily in 3 divided doses, which simply means find the dailydose then divide by 3 to get the per dose value)Reconstitution including reading of labels – e.g. MD order: Administer ceftriaxone (Rocephin) 200 mg IVP q 12 hours. The medication label reads - 100g powder vial available. After reconstituting the vial with 4 mL of NS total volume equals 5 mL. This means the concentration (available) = 100mg/5mL. How much ceftriaxone (Rocephin) should the patient receive perdose? Review desired over have (including grains – use 60 mg for your conversion). e.g. Doctor orders Armour Thyroid gr. X by mouth daily. You’re supplied with 300 mg tablets. How many tablets will you administer per dose?