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How many milliliters are in one teaspoon?

5mL

1

How many milliliters are in one ounce?

30 mL

2

How many milliliters are in one liter?

1000 mL

3

How milligrams are in one gram?

1000 mg

4

How many micrograms are in one milligram?

1000 mcg

5

Order: 500 mg of Tylenol. Supply contains: 325 mg tabs. How many tabs will you give?

1.5 tabs

6

Order: heparin 3500 units. Supply contains 1000 units/mL. How many mL will you give?

3.5 mL

7

Order: amoxicillin 400mg q12 hrs. Supply contains amoxicillin 250mg per teaspoon. How many mL for each dose will you give?

8mL

8

Order: amoxicillin 400mg q12 hrs. Supply contains amoxicillin 250mg per teaspoon. How many mL will the patient receive in 24 hrs?

16 mL

9

Give 1000mL of NS over 5 hrs. How many mL/hr will the rate be set at?

200 mL/hr

10

From they previous question you figured out that the infusion rate needs to be 200 mL/hr for 5 hrs. If you began the infusion at 0830 what is the completion time?

1330

11

Dopamine is running at 45mL/hr. Using a 20 gtt/mL tubing how many gtt/min will the IV rate be set at?

15 gtt/min

12

Magnesium sulfate 4gm/200mL is to infuse for 30 minutes via IV pump. How many mL/hr will the pump be set at?

400 mL/hr

13

Insulin 250units/250mL in NS is running at 11 mL/hr. How many units of insulin will the pt receive every hr?

11 mL/hr

14

The pt receives 12 units of insulin every morning. The pt also receives Regular ac/hs using a sliding scale. The pt blood sugar is 255. How much Regular insulin will the pt receive? How much total insulin will the pt receive?
Sliding scale:
Regular Insulin sliding scale:
4 units for BS 150 -199 mg/dL
6 units for BS 200- 249 mg/dL
8 units for BS 250- 299mg/dL
10 units for BS 300-349 mg/dL
12 units for BS 350-399 mg/dL
14 units for BS > 400mg/dL

8 units of Regular
20 units total

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The prescriber has ordered kanamycin sulfate (Kantrex) IM infection 13mg/kg/day in two divided doses for an infant who weighs 12 lb. The available vial is labeled Kantrex Pediatric Injection 75 mg/2 ml.

Based on the weight in kg, this infant should receive how many mg/day?
This should be divided into how many mg every 12 hours?
For each dose, the nurse should administer how many ml?

71.5mg/day
35.8mg/dose
0.95mL/dose

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