Dosages and Flow Rates and Pediatric Drug Administration

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Dosages and Flow Rates and Pediatric Drug Administration Stop and Review, p. 137: Problems 1a-1j 1. Calculate the amount of dextrose and/or sodium chloride in each of the following IV solutions. a. 250 mL NS sodium chloride ___ 2.25 _______g g mg mg mL mL 25 . 2 1000 2250 900 5 . 2 100 250 = ÷ = × = ÷ b. 3 L of D5NS dextrose _____ 150 _____g L mL mL 3 3000 30 100 = = × g D D 150 5 30 = × sodium chloride ____ 27 ______g g mg mg 27 27000 900 30 = = × c. 500 mL of D5 0.33% NaCl dextrose ____ 25 ______g g g mL mL 25 5 5 100 500 = × = ÷ sodium chloride _____ 1.65 _____g g mg mg 65 . 1 1650 330 5 = = × d. 250 mL of D10W dextrose ___ 25 _______g g g mL mL 25 10 5 . 2 100 250 = × = ÷ e. 1,000 mL of D5NS dextrose ____ 50 ______g g g mL mL 50 5 10 100 1000 = × = ÷ sodium chloride ____ 4.5 ______g g mg mg 5 . 4 1000 4500 450 10 = ÷ = × f. 750 mL of NS sodium chloride ____ 6.75 ______g g mg mg mL mL 75 . 6 6750 900 5 . 7 100 750 = = × = ÷ g. 0.75 L of 0.45% NaCl sodium chloride ___
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