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Ml how much should the nurse administer per dose ml

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______mL How much should the nurse administer per dose? _______mL How many tsp should the patient receive per day? ________tsp. How many tsp should the patient receive per dose? _______tsp. 7. The prescriber orders Norvir (ritonavir) 0.3 g PO q12h for a pediatric patient. The drug available is labeled as follows: 5 NDC 0006-3376-66 237 mL ORAL SUSPENSION INDOCIN (INDOMETHACIN) 25 MG PER 5 ML SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING ALCOHOL 1% R x only USUAL DOSAGE: see accompanying circular, Keep container tightly closed. Protect from freezing. Store below 30 0 C (86 o F) Avoid temperatures above 50 o C (122 0 F). 237 mL No. 3376 Inactive ingredients: antifoam AF emulsion, flavors, purified water, sodium hydroxide or hydrochloric acid to adjust pH, sorbitol solution, and tragacanth. Sorbic acid 0.1% added as preservative. Lot Exp. 12/22/2013
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Place a mark on the syringe below to indicate how many mL the nurse should administer to the patient. 6 NORVIR (RITONAVIR ORAL SOLUTION) 80 mg per mL Shake well before each use. DO NOT REFRIGERATE Use by product expiration date NDC 0074-1940-63 240 mL
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8. The prescriber orders Atarax 50 mg PO now for a patient with an allergic reaction. The nurse discovers two medications in the patient’s draw that are labeled as follows: a. Which medication should the nurse administer to the patient? b. How did you know? 7
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