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1. 35 year old female. 5’8', 220 pounds. Calculate Adjusted Body Weight. (Round to the nearest...

1. 35 year old female. 5’8', 220 pounds. Calculate Adjusted Body Weight. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable): ________ 2. Drug A has a concentration of 475 mg/10 mL. How many grams are in 100 mL of Drug A? (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable). ________ 3. Drug B has is to be given 10 mg/kg/day in 2 divided doses. The patient weighs 220 pounds. The pharmacy has 250 mg capsules on hand. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many milligrams should the patient receive per day? ________ b. How many milligrams should the patient receive per dose? ________ c. How many capsules should the patient receive per day? ________ d. How many capsules should the patient receive per dose? ________ 4. 20 units Humulin R insulin in 100 mL of normal saline (NS) to infuse for 20 hours. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many units per hour will be infused? ________ b. How many milliliters per hour will be infused? ________ 5. 30 units Humulin R insulin in 300 mL of normal saline (NS) to infuse for 12 hours. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many units per hour will be infused? ________ b. How many milliliters per hour will be infused? ________ 6. Drug Ordered: Drug C, 20 mg, SubQ, TID. Drug Available: Drug C, 50 mg/0.5 mL (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many milliliters should the patient receive per dose? ________ b. How many milliliters should the patient receive per day? ________ 7. Drug Ordered: Drug E, 1 mg/kg, SubQ, q12h for treatment of DVT. Drug Available: Drug E, 40 mg/0.4 mL syringe. Patient weight: 167 lb. a. How many kilograms does the patient weigh? (Round to the nearest tenth) ________ b. How many milligrams should the patient receive per day? (Round to the nearest tenth) ________ c. How many milliliters should the patient receive per dose? (Round to the nearest hundredth) ________ 1. 35 year old female. 5’8', 220 pounds. Calculate Adjusted Body Weight. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable): ________ 2. Drug A has a concentration of 475 mg/10 mL. How many grams are in 100 mL of Drug A? (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable). ________ 3. Drug B has is to be given 10 mg/kg/day in 2 divided doses. The patient weighs 220 pounds. The pharmacy has 250 mg capsules on hand. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many milligrams should the patient receive per day? ________ b. How many milligrams should the patient receive per dose? ________ c. How many capsules should the patient receive per day? ________ d. How many capsules should the patient receive per dose? ________ 4. 20 units Humulin R insulin in 100 mL of normal saline (NS) to infuse for 20 hours. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many units per hour will be infused? ________ b. How many milliliters per hour will be infused? ________ 5. 30 units Humulin R insulin in 300 mL of normal saline (NS) to infuse for 12 hours. (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many units per hour will be infused? ________ b. How many milliliters per hour will be infused? ________ 6. Drug Ordered: Drug C, 20 mg, SubQ, TID. Drug Available: Drug C, 50 mg/0.5 mL (Round to the nearest tenth if applicable) a. How many milliliters should the patient receive per dose? ________ b. How many milliliters should the patient receive per day? ________ 7. Drug Ordered: Drug E, 1 mg/kg, SubQ, q12h for treatment of DVT. Drug Available: Drug E, 40 mg/0.4 mL syringe. Patient weight: 167 lb. a. How many kilograms does the patient weigh? (Round to the nearest tenth) ________ b. How many milligrams should the patient receive per day? (Round to the nearest tenth) ________ c. How many milliliters should the patient receive per dose? (Round to the nearest hundredth) ________

1)BMI is 33.45 kg/m2 ( she is obese for her age she should be around 121pounds to 164 pounds)

2)Given 475 mg /10 ml

It means 100 ml = 4750 mg ( 10*475)

In grams it is 4.75 gram ( when 1 gram=1000mg,4750 mg will be 4.75 pon cross multiplication and division)

3)Given:220 pounds=99.79 kg can be round figured as 100kg

Order given 10mg/kg/day

So when 1 kg= 10 mg

100kg=1000 mg

So in a day 1000 mg to be administered in two divided doses so divide 1000 by 2 it will be 500 mg

So 500 mg in two doses to be given.

b)patient should receive 100mg/day

c) 500 mg per dose

d) 4 capsules a day

4:a:1unit per hour

Because when 20 hours=20units

Then 1 hour=??

20*1/20=1

b) in a hour 5ml to be administered

Because when 20 hours=100ml

Then 1 hour=??

100*1/20=5

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