Question

- The doctor orders acamol syrup (10mg) PO Q6hrs, it is available as solution (1 mg/1ml).

- How many (ml) will be given for client by nurse in each dose?

- How many (teaspoon) will be given for client by nurse in each dose?

- How many (tablespoon) will be given for client by nurse in each dose?

- The doctor orders Ciproxin (10mg/1kg) is ordered, the available Vialas (200mg/100ml), the patient weight 14.6 bound . How many (ml) will be given for client by nurse in each dose?

Answer #1

Given that solution is available as 1mg /1ml

Also given acamol syrup (10mg) PO Q6hrs

Means 10 mg twice daily every 6 hrs.

Therefore ,in one dose there will be 10 ml.( Given in 1 ml contains 1 mg , so there will be 10 ml for 10 mg )

A. How many (ml) will be given for client by nurse in each dose?

10 ml will be given for the client by the nurse in each dose.

( Reason given above)

A. How many (teaspoon) will be given for client by nurse in each dose?

One teaspoon means nearly 5 ml

So here 10 ml is given to the Patient in one dose.

Therefore two teaspoon will be given for the client by the nurse in each dose.

Two teaspoon will be given.

A. How many (tablespoon) will be given for client by nurse in each dose?

One tablespoon means nearly 15 mL

Therefore nearly one tablespoon will be given for the client by nurse in each dose.

One tablespoon can be given.

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