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Order: digoxin (Lanoxin), PO, 62.5 mcg, daily Available: Lanoxin 0.125-mg tablets How many mg will the patient receive per day?

Answer #1

**Formula to use:**

D (Desired dose)

-------------------------- X Vehicle (Tablet/Liquid)

H (Available dose)

62.5 mcg

-------------------------- X 1

0.125-mg

62.5 mcg is equal to 0.0625 mg

0.0625 mg

-------------------------- X 1

0.125 mg

The patient to receive 0.5 mg per day.

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How many milliliters (mL) will the patient receive per dose? b. How
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Rx 1
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Synthroid 200 mcg PO daily
Supply
:
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Order: Serzone (nefazodone hydrochloride), PO: Day 1, 200 mg in
two divided doses; Day 8, 400 mg in two divided doses. Available:
nefazodone hydrochloride 100 mg tablet a. How many tablets will the
patient receive on Day 1? b. How many tablets will the patient
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cypropheptadine 2 mg/ 5ml syrup. How many milligrams should the
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Valproic acid oral solution PO 15 mg per kg per day in two divided
doses for a
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lb.
Available:
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How many kilograms does the child
weigh?______________________________
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