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Week 8 Assignment: Calculating Doses of Nonparenteral Medications Name: Please complete the calculation problems below, showing your work. Each question is worth 6.5 points. “Ordered” refers to what strength/ dosage the physician requested. “On hand” refers to what is available. 1. Ordered: gr 1/150 On hand: mg How many mg’s do you need? 2. Ordered: 300mcg On hand: 0.15 mg tablets How many tablets do you need? 3. Ordered: gr ss On hand: 300mg/10mL How many mL’s do you need? 4. Ordered: gr 1/60 On hand: 2mg/5mL How many mL’s do you need? 5. ordered: 1.2g On hand: 600 mg/tab How many tablets do you need? 6. Ordered: Tylenol gr v q 4h prn On hand: Typenol elixir 160 mg/ tsp
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Unformatted text preview: • What is the dose to be given in milliliters?---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Amoxil 125 mg/ 5 mL comes in a 100 mL bottle (when reconstituted) 7. If the patient is to receive 250 mg, what will the dose be in mL? 8. How many teaspoon (s) is (are) needed to deliver 250 mg? 9. If a patient is taking 250 mg of Amoxil every 8 hours, how many days should the 100 mL bottle of medicine last? 10. If a patient is taking 500 mg of Amoxil every 8 hours, how many doses would be provided by the same bottle?...
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