ATI DOSAGE CALCULATIONS 100% CORRECT SOLUTIONS GUIDE

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ATI DOSAGE CALCULATIONS 100% CORRECT SOLUTIONS GUIDE 1. The order is to give 60 mg of Garamycin (gentamicin) IM every 8hr. The vial is labeled 80 mg/ 2 mL. How many mL will you give? 2. The patient is to receive 65 Units of a drug. The vial is labeled 50 Units per 2 mL. How many mL will you give? 3. The patient is to receive 0.6 g of a drug. How many mg will you give? 4. The patient received 400 mL of fluid. How many L did she receive? The patient weighs 160 pounds. How many Kg does he weigh? The patient is to receive 50 mg of a drug. How many g will you give? The physician has ordered 300 mg of a drug. The vial is labeled 150 mg / 2 mL. How many mL will you give? 8. If the patient receives 45 mL of a drug, How many ounces does he receive? 9. You have an order to give 120 Units of Vitamin D. If the vitamin comes in capsules containing 60 Units, how many capsules will you give? 10. The patient is to receive 450 mg of an antibiotic. The vial contains a powder to be reconstituted. The label of the vial reads: Kefzol (cefazolin) 1 g. To reconstitute: Add 2.5 mL sterile water for injection to provide a volume of 3mL. How many mL of solution are needed to provide the patient with the prescribed dose? 11. You have an order of 5 mg / kg dose of medication for a patient weighing 22 pounds. How many mg will you give The doctor orders 5 mg of Valium (diazepam) for the patient. The vial reads: 20 mg per 2 mL How many mL will you give? The patient is to receive 500 mL of D5W over 6 hours . What is the drip rate per minute if the tubing provides 12 gtts per mL? The patient is to be given 20 units of a drug. The vial is labeled 50 units/ 2 mL. How many mL will you give? 15. The patient has an order for 1.2 g of a drug. How many mg will you give? The patient is to receive 40 mg of a drug in 50 mL of NS (Sodium Chloride) over one half hour. What is the drip rate per minute if the tubing provides 15 gtts per ml The patient has Demerol 75 mg ordered. for complaint of pain. The drug is available as 50 mg per 1 mL. How many mL A drug comes packaged as 10,000 Units/2 mL. The order for your patient is 6,500 Units. How many mL will you give? An IV of 5% Dextrose in Water (D5W) 500 mL is ordered to infuse over 6 hours. What will the rate per hour be? The order is 5% Dextrose in Water (D5W) 250 mL to infuse over 4 hours. How much per hour should be infused? A drug comes packaged as 5,000 Units per mL and you must give 4,000 Units. How many mL will you administer? .A drug is ordered at 500 mg IV every 6 hr. When 2 mL of dilutent is added to the 500 mg vial, each mL equals 200 mg. How many mL will you give? 23. You are to give 350 mg po of a drug. The stock supply is 0.5 g/tablet. How many tablets will you give? 24. The doctor has ordered 0.6g of a drug. Pharmacy has supplied 300 mg tablets. How many tablets will you give? 25. You have an order of 3mg/kg per dose of medication for a patient weighing 11 pounds. How many mg will you give per dose? 26. The doctor orders Valium (diazepam) 4mg IV every 6 hrs prn restlessness. The vial is labeled 10 mg /2 mL. How many mL will you administer? 27. The doctor orders a 4 mg/kg per dose of a drug for a 24 pound child. How many mg do you administer? 28. The patient is to receive Ampicillin, 50 mg, in 100 mL of NS (Sodium Chloride) over one half hour. What is the drip rate per minute if the tubing provides 12 gtts per mL? 29. The patient is to receive 500 mL of D5W over 8 hours . What is the drip rate per minute if the tubing provides 12 gtts per mL? You are to give 300 mg of a drug. The drug is labeled 150 mg/2 mL. How many mL will you give? You are to give 100 mg of a drug. The drug is available in 50 mg/2 mL. How many mL will you give? You are to give 90 Units of a vitamin every day. The vitamin comes in capsules containing 30 Units each. How many capsules will you give? If the dose for a medication is 13 mg/kg, what is the dose for a patient that weighs 56 pounds? The patient received 90 mL of a drug. How many ounces did he receive? The patient weighs 280 pounds. How many kg does the patient weigh? If the dose for a medication is 0.3 mg/kg, what is the dose for a child that weighs 26 pounds? The physician orders 25 Units of a drug. The vial is labeled 100 Units/ 2 mL. How many mL will you administer? A child weighing 42 pounds has an order for Morphine 0.05 mg/kg SQ. How many mg will you give? A patient received two 250 mg tablets. How many g did the patient receive? A patient who weighs 74 pounds has an order for Advil (ibuprofen) 3.5 mg/kg every 6 hours. How many mg will you give in a single dose? The doctor has ordered 0.4 g of a drug. How many mg of the drug will you give? The patient is to receive 1.8 g of a drug. This is how many mg? 43. A 15 pound child has an order for an antibiotic for 55 mg/kg/every 6 hours. The antibiotic comesas 1 g/25 mL. What is the amount of a single dose? 44. A patient who weighs 196 pounds has an order for a medication dose to be given at 25 mg/kg/day. How many g per day will you give? 45. A 175 pound patient has an order for an analgesic of 12 mg/kg every 4 hours. How many mg is in each dose? 46. An antibiotic is ordered for a child weighing 12.4 kg. The drug label reads 1 g/2.5 mL and the dose range is 100 mg/kg/day. What is the dose of medication for this patient per day? 47. A patient who weighs 76 kg has an order for an antibiotic for 100 mg/kg/day every 6 hours. The antibiotic comes as 1 g/25 mL. What is the amount of a single dose? 48. A medication has been ordered for a patient who weighs 23.4 kg. The therapeutic range is 250mg/kg/day. The drug comes as 3.5g/100mL. How many mL is the therapeutic daily dosage for this patient? 49. The recommended maximum dosage of a drug is 2 mg/kg/day. What is the maximum dosage per day for a child who weighs 35 pounds? 50. The safe dosage of a drug is 7.5 mg/kg/day IV given q8h. What is the safe daily dosage for a child weighing 40 pounds? Continued……………..DOWNLOAD FOR BEST PRACTICE TO BEST SCORES

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