Pharmacology Math for the Practical Nurse Exam
21/4 ●Question 46 Your patient is a child weighing 45 pounds. The doctor has ordered Achromycin syrup 0.02 gm per pound q.i.d. The bottle you have on hand is labeled 125 mg per tsp. How many ml will the child receive PER DAY?
●Question 47 Sam saved $500 of the $2000 he earned. What is the ratio of the amount Sam SPENT to the amount he EARNED?
●Question 48 The ratio of powder to water required for a medication you are preparing is 1:5. You have 5 parts powder. How many parts water do you need to add?
●Question 49 The patient is a child who weighs 55 lbs. The order is for ampicillin oral suspension, 100 mg/kg/day q.i.d. The label of the medication is shown to the right. How many milliliters will the child receive per dose?