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Question 10CorrectMark 1.0 out of 1.0The nurse documented that the client voided 725 mL during the day shift. How manyliters is this?Select one:a. 0.0725b. 7.25c. 0.725 d. 72.5Question 11The physician ordered heparin 850 units/hour. There are 25,000 units of heparin in 500 mLof D5W. Calculate the correct IV flow rate in milliliters per hour.Question 12The client is to receive 250 mg of cefazolin, IM, every 12 hours. The directions forreconstitution of cefazolin for injection are on the drug label in the form of a table.Directions read: "Use 2 mL sterile water as a diluent. Resulting solution containsapproximately 125 mg/mL, with an approximate available volume of 2 mL." What isthe final concentration of the prepared cefazolin solution for IM administration?Question 13The physician prescribed 50 mg of a medication that is available as 80 mg per milliliter.How many milliliters would the nurse administer?
Question 14The physician ordered 500 mL D5 1/2 NS with 60 mEq of KCL (potassium chloride) foradministration over 5 hours. The nurse located a vial of KCL 40 mEq/20 mL. Howmany milliliters of medication should be added to the IV bag?Select one:a. 40b. 10c. 20d. 30 Question 15A child weighs 3 kg and has an order for phenobarbital sodium 10 mg po per day. Theliterature states that the usual children's dose is 3 to 5 mg/kg/day. The drug label readsphenobarbital elixir 20 mg/5 mL. How many milliliters should the nurse administer?Use the formula method to calculate the amount to give.