Math practice3rd sem

Math practice3rd sem - Drug Label: 50 units of regular...

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MATH PRACTICE: To receive credit all work must be shown and the answer must be in the correct units e.g., mls/hr. gtts/min etc. 1. Order: Administer 500 mL over 6 hours via an infusion pump. The nurse would set the pump rate at how many mL/hour? 2. Order: Administer 500 mL of D5W to be infused in 4.5 hours by gravity. The drip factor is 15 gtts/mL. The nurse would set the drip rate at how many drops per minute? 3. Order: Ancef 1 gram over 30 minutes. The drip factor is 20gtts/mL Drug label: Ancef 1 gram in 50 mls of NS. The nurse would set the rate at how many gtts per minute when administering the Ancef by gravity? 4. Order: Ancef 1 gram over 30 minutes. The drip factor is 20gtts/mL Drug label: Ancef 1 gram in 50 mls of NS. The nurse would set the pump rate at how many mL/hour? 5. Order: Administer 16 units of Humulin R/hr insulin in a continuous IV.
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Unformatted text preview: Drug Label: 50 units of regular insulin in 100 mL of NS The nurse would set the pump at how many mL/hour? 6. Order: A heparin drip is infusing at 20 ml/hr. Drug Label: Heparin 25,000 units in 500 mL of D5W At this rate, how many units of heparin per hour are being delivered? 7. Order : Administer an IVPB of Geopen 2 grams over 30 minutes via the infusion pump. Drug label: Geopen 2 grams in 50 mls of NS. The nurse would set the pump at how many mls per hour? 8. Order: Administer Geopen 2 grams in 50 mls of NS by IV Drug label: 4 grams of Geopen to be reconstituted with 7.5 mls of sterile water to yield a concentration of 1 gram in 2 mls. The nurse would add how many mLs of the prepared Geopen into the 50 mL of NS?...
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