hours. What is the total L’s of fluid the patient will receive in 6 hours? 9.How many mg’s is in 10gms? 10.Solumedrol1.5 mg/kgis ordered for a child weighing74.8 lb. Solumedrol is available as 125 mg / 2ml. How many ml must the nurse administer? 11. How many ml of diluent should you add? 12. What amount of medication will you administer? 13. Order: Amoxicillin 100 mg po q6 hr. Child weighs 15 lbs. Safe range is 25 – 30 mg/kg/24 hr. What is the safe 24-hr range? 14. Is the ordered dose safe for a 24-hr period? 15. Your patient had the following PO intake on the 0700-1900 shift: 12 oz. coffee, 24 oz. water, 6 oz. ice cream, and 12 oz tea. How many ml of fluid intake should be recorded for this shift?
16. Digoxin 125 mcg is ordered IVP every a.m. The vial contains 0.5 mg in 2 ml. How many ml will you give? 17. Order: Irinotecan hydrochloride 50 mg IV over 30 minutes once per week mL. Draw a line on the syringe representing the dose. 18.Aggrastat at12.5 mgin250 mLis prescribed to be infused at a rate of6 mcg/kg/hrin a patient who weighs 100 kg. At what flow rate in mL/hr will you set the pump? 19. The doctor has ordered 65 mg of Garamycin IM for your patient. You have available a multidose vial of Garamycin labeled 40 mg/ml. How much of the medication will the patient receive? 20.Order: Dilantin 50mg p.o. TIDAvailable: Dilantin 125 mg/5mlHow many ml will you administer daily?
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