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Extra credit homeworkCh5

# Extra credit homeworkCh5 - Chapter 5 Extra-Credit...

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Chapter 5 Extra-Credit e-homework! ANSWERS IN BOLD! 1. A patient's glucose level is 92 mg/dL. Convert this concentration to micrograms per milliliter. 1 920 µg/mL 2. How much sodium chloride do you need to prepare 370 mL of a 0.9% saline (m/v) solution for IV therapy? 1 3 g 3. How many moles of calcium ions (Ca 2+ ) are there in 0.48 L of 0.54 M CaCl 2 ? 1 0.26 mol 4. Nipride is often ordered for patients who have experienced severe heart failure. A patient is receiving a Nipride solution by IV, at a rate of 65 mL/hr. The concentration of the Nipride solution is 50. mg/250. mL D5W. How many milligrams of Nipride per hour is the patient receiving? 1 13 mg/hr 5. Aminophylline is used in the treatment of bronchial asthma. A patient is receiving an aminophylline solution by IV, at a rate of 29 mL/hr. The concentration of the solution is 2 g/1000. mL D5W. How many milligrams of aminophylline per hour is the patient receiving? 1 60 mg/hr 6. Calculate the moles per liter of Na + in a 0.95% (m/v) saline solution.

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