A medicated IV of 350 mL is to infuse at a rate of 80 mLh a Determine the

A medicated iv of 350 ml is to infuse at a rate of 80

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15. A medicated IV of 350 mL is to infuse at a rate of 80 mL/h. a. Determine the infusion time. Express time in hours and minutes. _________ h ______ min b. The IV was started at 11:00 am. When will it be completed? _________ (traditional time) _________ ( military time ) 16. The physicians ordered 900 mL of NS IV over 8 hours. Calculate a flow rate in drops per minute. The drop factor is 10 gtt/mL. ________________ gtt/min17. Ordered 20 mL anti-cancer drug IVPB over25 minutes. Calculate flow rate in mL per hour. Round your answer to the nearest integer __________________ mL/h18. Ordered LR 100 mL bolus IV to infuse in 1.5 hour. Drop factor: 20 gtt/mL. What is drip rate for this infusion? ________________ gtt/min 19. A patient has an order for Kefzol 1 g in 25 mL of DW q12h over 15 minutes. The medication will be infused with IV pump. How many mL per hour should the IV pump be programmed for?_________________ mL/h 20.A doctor orders gentamicin 3 mg/kg/day in two equal doses IVPB for a child to infuse over 90 minutes. The child's weight is 220 lb. The medication is supplied in 60 mg/100 mL solution. a) How many mg will be administered eachdose? (Round your answer to the nearest 10th.) _______________ b) How many mL will the nurse administer per dose? _______________ c) If a pump is available calculate, flow rate in milliliters per hour for this IV. Round your answer to the nearest integer. _______________
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