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What does the protocol/sample orders indicate as the required solution concentration (supply dosage) of heparin to use for the initial infusion? __________ Units/mL Calculate the heparin solution volume this patient should receive each hour to provide correct infusion for the patient’s weight. __________ mL/h
9 18.According to the protocol/sample orders, how often should the patient’s APPT be checked? At 1730, the patient’s APPT is 38 seconds, Rebolus with heparin __________ Units (__________ mL). How much should you change the infusion rate? __________ increase or __________ decrease heparin __________ Units/h and __________ ml/h. The new infusion rate will be heparin __________ mL/h. 19. At 2345, the patient’s APPT is 46 seconds. What should you do now? 20. At 0600 0n 06/07/XX, the patient’s APPT is 50 seconds. What should you do now? When should the APPT be checked again? __________ (hours) on __________ (date)
10 21. Order: 500 mL D5W with heparin 5000 units IV to infuse at 1000 Units/h. The drop factor is 10 gtt/mL. Calculate the flow rate. 22. Order: 1000 mL D5W with heparin 20,000 units IV is to infuse at a rate of 750 Units/h. The drop factor is 12 gtt/mL Calculate the flow rate. 23. Order: 0.45% NS 500 mL IV with heparin 10,000 units to infuse at 500 Units/h. The drop factor is 20 gtt/min. Calculate the flow rate.
11 24. Order: 1 L D5NS with KCL 20 mEq to infuse at a rate of 1 mEq/h. The drop factor is 20 gtt/mL. Calculate the flow rate. 25. Order: Lidocaine 2 g IV in 1000 mL D5W to infuse at a rate of 3 mg/min by infusion pump. Calculate the flow rate. Flow rate: ___________ gtt/min
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