Correct 48 Convert the clock time of 515 AM to military 24 hour time A 0515 B

Correct 48 convert the clock time of 515 am to

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Correct 48.Convert the clock time of 5:15 AM to military (24-hour) time: _____ A) 0515B) 1550C) 0725D) 1715Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:1.0/1.0Correct Answer(s):A Incorrect 49.A patient weighs 132 lb and must receive 5 mg/kg of a drug PO daily. How many capsules should the patient receive if each capsule contains 150 mg? Incorrect 50.The recommended safe dosage of erythromycin for a child is 20 mg/kg/day in four equal doses. The childs weight is 33 lb. The medication is supplied in 125 mg/mL. Calculate the safe dose for this child. Correct 51.Identify the component missing from this medication order: Clonidine 0.1 mg p.o.
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Incorrect 52.Order: D5W 1,000 mL IV at 50 mL/hr for 20 hours. The initial flow rate was set at 50 mcgtt/min. After five hours, 600 mL remain to be infused. Compute the new flow rate in mcgtt/min. To what rate would you reset the drip rate? A) 2.4 gtt/minB) 12 gtt/minC) 2.8 gtt/minD) 40 gtt/minTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:0.0/1.0Correct Answer(s):D Correct 53.1 kilogram (kg) = ____ g Incorrect 54.Ketoroloac tromethamine (Toradol) 20 mg IV q12h. The label on the vial reads 15mg/mL. How many mL will you administer for 1 dose? Incorrect 55.The order reads: Claforan (cefotaxime sodium) 750 mg IM q8h. The directions on the package insert state: "For IM or IV administration reconstitution of the 1 gvial with 3 mL yields 300 mg/mL." How many milliliters will you administer? Incorrect 56.Your patient is to receive 0.125 mg of a cardiac glycoside digoxin PO. Each scored tablet contains 0.25 mg. How many tablets will you administer to the patient?A) 1 1/2 tablet B) 1/2 tablet C) 2 tablet D) 1 tablet
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Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:0.0/1.0Correct Answer(s):BIncorrect 57.Order: Ampicillin 165 mg IV q8h. The directions on the package state: "Reconstitution of the single-use vial with 4.8 mL yields 250 mg/5 mL." How manymilliliters will you administer per dose?A) 3.3 mLB) 3.17 mLC) 8.25 mLD) 8.6 mLTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:0.0/1.0Correct Answer(s):A
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