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1.1000 ml of NS has been ordered to infuse at 75 ml/ hr. How many hours would it take to infuse this amount of intravenous fluid and at how many ml per hour would you set the pump?2.You have an order for Anef 500 mg IM.Available: Ancef 2 grams/ 5mlHow many ml would you administer?3.Order: Dopamine to infuse at 5 mcg/kg/min, in a patient that weighs 50 kg. Available: Dopamine 800 mg in 250 ml of D5W. How many micrograms are in each ml of this solution?4.Order: Amphotericin 60 mg in 350 ml of D5W to infuse over 3 hours. How many ml/hr will you set the pump?5.Order: Vancomycin 1 gram in 200 ml of NS to infuse over 120 minutes.How many ml/hr will you set the pump?6.Order: Pepcid 20 mg in 50 ml NS, to infuse over 15 minutes. How many ml/hr will you set the pump?7.A patient is to receive 3.6 million units of penicillin G procaine IM. Penicillin is available in 600,000 units/ ml. How many ml would you administer?8.A patient has been ordered 5000 units of heparin SQ. Available is heparin 10,000 units per ml. How many ml will you give?9.If Mintezol suspension contains 500 mg/ 5ml and a 110 lbs patient is to receive a 25 mg/kg dose, How many ml will you give?10.Order: Xyvox 300 mg in 300 ml of D5W to infuse over 120 minutes.How many ml/hr will you set the pump?11.An IV of drug X 100 mg in 1000 ml is infusing at 20 ml/hr. The physician asks, how many mg/ hr is the patient receiving?12.Order:Ampicillin 1000 mg q6h. Available: Ampicillin 1 gram. Directions read: Add 3.5 ml diluent. Each ml = 250 mg.How many ml will you give?
13.Order: Atenolol 0.025 gram qd po for a patient with hypertension. Available: 50 mg scored tablets. How many tablets will you give?14.Your patient’s heparin drip is infusing at 1300 units per hour via pump. The physician has ordered to increase the heparin drop to 1500 units per hour. Heparinis available in 25,000 units in 500 ml D5W. How many ml/hr will you set the pump to infuse 1500 units/ hr?15.The physician ordered 0.15 gram of maprotiline (Ludiomil) for a patient. How many 50 mg tablets should you give?16.A 4 year old with hypokalemia.Order: KCl 20 mEq per GT x1The child weighs 21.8 kgRecommended dose is 2-3 mEq/kg/dayAvailable is KCl 20 mEq/ 15 mla.Is this a safe dose?b.How many ml would you give?17.Order: Penicillin G potassium 300,000 units IM q4hAvailable: a multidose vial containing 1 million units and the following directions:Add diluentConcentration of solution9.6100,000 units/ ml4.6 200,000 units/ ml1.6 500,000 units/ mlSelect the most appropriate dilution for the ordered dose.a.Which dilution will you make and label?b.What amount will you administer?18.A PCA has been ordered for a post appendectomy patient. The physician’s order reads as follows:Drug:Morphine sulfate. Concentration: 1 mg/mlOrder: Continuous (basal) 1 mg/hrLock out: 10 minutesBolus: 1 mg every 60 minutesWhat is the maximum hourly dose that this patient may receive?19.Order: Humulin R 8 units and humulin N 60 units, 30 minutes before breakfast.Total units:20.Ordered: 42 units of 70/30 humulin insulinWhat % is NPH?What % is Regular?
21.You receive an order to administer 2 grams of a drug that is available at strength of 650 mg/ 5ml of a solution. How many ml will you give?22.Order: Dobutamine hydrochloride (Dobutrex( is prescribed for your patient, and pharmacy sends you 250 mg in 500 ml D5W. What is the concentration in micrograms per ml of the solution?