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Unformatted text preview: into your patient at a rate of 10 mL/hr. How many units of Heparin is the patient receiving each hour? 800 units 6. 500 mL D5W is to run for 8 hours. The drop factor is 60 gtts/mL. How many gtts/min do you administer? 63 gtts 7. The patient is to receive Gentamycin 550 mg IV. The pharmacy delivers Gentamycin 1 g vials. Directions on the label read: add 10 mL normal saline to yield 100 mg/mL. How many mL do you administer? 5.5 mL 8. The patient is to receive Ceclor g 2 po. Available are 500 mg tabs. Give _______ tabs? 4 tabs 9. An infant weighing 20 pounds is to receive Tylenol 120 mg po. On hand is Tylenol 80 mg/mL. Give _________ 1.5 mL 10. Atropine 0.250 mg is ordered. You have available a 10 mL vial with 1 mg/mL. Give ________ 0.25 mL...
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