All of the following items must be included in the medication order except a

All of the following items must be included in the

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50. All of the following items must be included in the medication order except: a. Client’s name *b. Drug manufacturer c. Medication to be administered d. Signature of prescriber 51. All of the following are true statements except: 52. All of the following statements about all topical medications are true except: 53. A prescription for morphine sulfate IV bolus has been ordered for a child who is in pain. The nurse preparing to administer the medication realizes that the client appears small for her age. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? *a. Weigh the child and calculate the dosage range b. Give the child one-half of the ordered dose c. Give the dose as prescribed by the provider d. Call the provider to ask to change the route to oral
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54. Use the following label as a reference:A nurse is caring for a client who is to receive liquid medications via gastrostomy tube. The client is prescribed phenytoin (Dilantin) 250 mg. How many mL of the drug above should the nurse administer per dose? 55. An insulin syringe is labled in: a. cc's b. mL's *c. units 56. Which of the following syringes should be used to administer insulin? 57. Order states: Mix 240 mL of a 2/3 solution of infant Similac. How much water will be added to to the normal infant Similac solution?58. You are preparing to do a burn dressing with 1/8 strength Dakin’s (bleach) solution. How much bleach (mLs) will be needed if you mix up 1 liter of the solution?
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59. Order states: Pentobarbital® 150 mg IM X 1 now. Drug available is Pentobarbital® 150 mg per 5 mL oral solution. How many milliliters would you give? a. 1 mlb. 5 mlc. 10 ml*d. none60. Order: Ceclor (cefaclor) 400 mg po q12h. Available: Ceclor 250 mg/mL suspension. Child’s weight: 15 kg. Manufacturer information recommends a total daily dose of 30 to 60 mg per kg, in two divided doses.How many mL would you adminster to the child with each dose? (round to the nearest 100th)61. A child is to ordered to receive 400 mg of a medication every 8 hours. The recommended dosage is 60 -75 mg/kg/day. The child weighs 37 3/4 lbs.Is this a safe dose for this patient? (True or False) *a. True b. False
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