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Practice Questions Practice your math skills with each of these questions. These Dopamine drip practice problems were designed to help you better understand how to calculate an IV flow rate based on a patient’s weight, the ordered dose, and the amount of solution supplied. If 10 mL of a 25 mg/mL solution of aminophylline is added to a 100-mL bottle of dextrose injection, what should be the rate of delivery, in milliliters per hour, for a 40-lb child?

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administer digoxin .125 /kg/day. Your patient has been order Dobutamine infusion at 1.5 mcg/ kg/ min.

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What is the SDR in mg for this child in 24 hours? If the dosage calculation is in mg/hr or mg/kg/hr, remove 60 minutes from the formula.

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THANKS Daytonite!!! for the first one you first have to get the lb to kg conversion. doc wants q6 hrs so you would take that 12g and divide it by 4 (since there are 4 sets of 6 hrs in 24 hrs) giving you 3g to be administered every six hours.

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How many mg would you be administering? %PDF-1.5 50mg/10ml= 5ml/dose x 2 doses = 10ml/day, 60kg x 0.2g=12g/4 doses (q 6hrs) = 3g/dose x 1ml= 3ml, i didn't do these in da but i usually only do iv problems that way,sorry if this doesn't help, 100mg : 1ml :: 75mg : xmls................ 200mg : 2ml :: 100mg : xmls, 100x = 75 .......................................................200x = 200, x= 0.75mls demerol .......................................... x=1ml nembutal. Solumedrol 1.5 mg/ kg has been ordered for a pediatric patient weighing 78.4 pounds. 2�����⫗` � �;�#\$��l|���{&ۘ���B���6bR�U?���p�(2�(�Ԁ���H� An explanation will be provided for each answer that is incorrect. you are to administer 0.2g per each kilo of weight so you multiply the 60 by 0.2 and get 12g per day. <>

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Has 40 years experience. Your patient has been ordered to receive Magnesuim Sulfate, 500 mL bag over 8 hours. <>>> SDR=Safe dose range, If safe, how many mL will you prepare per dose, World Health Organization essential medicines. �� 7]0���aU�vx]~ ��0���bI�7��B���h&lV�^����M3� THanks!! Round appropriately. PRACTICE PROBLEMS OBJECTIVE 9 Calculate IV flow rate when given IV dose rate. so you would multiply 100 by 0.125 and you get 12.5mg per day. or individual doses? administer digoxin .125 /kg/day. here is another problem that is giving me grief, though not related to weight calculations. That's exactly how I needed to see it, totally makes sense now.

Ordered: 200 mg po every 8 hours SDR: 20-40 mg/kg/day Child’s weight: 22 lb Supplied: 250 mg per 5 mL a. Search.

1-612-816-8773. SDR=Safe dose range 2. to do that you would divide 220 by 2.2 since there are 2.2pounds to a kg. Solve the following mg/kg/hr problems. Patient weighs 210 lb (95 kg). Practice time. administer___mg(s). (25mg per day would be 2.5ml).

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