The equivalent metric length of a 3-inch scar would be?
Two tablespoons of medication is equal to?
If a patient is prescribed a medication that is available in 25-mg tablets and is directed to take 75 mg daily, how many tablets will be given for a 30-day supply?
If a patient is prescribed 10 mg of a medication, and 2 mg/5 mL of the medication is on hand, how many mL are needed to administer to the patient?
The time 2017 can be identified as?
A patient takes 90 mg of medication daily. Convert this to grams.
Zithromax® oral suspension is available in dropper form. When it is properly mixed, there are 200 mg per 5 mL. How many milligrams are taken if the patient took 2 teaspoons of the properly mixed suspension?
A 1-liter bag of IV solution would contain how many cubic centimeters of fluid?
If a newborn baby weighs 8 pounds 8 ounces at birth, approximately how many kilograms does the baby weigh?
If a medication is available in 0.05-mg tablets and the amount ordered is 0.025 mg tablets, how many tablets would be given?
A doctor prescribes 10 mg of cough syrup. Available is 5 mg/5 mL. How many teaspoons would you give?
You have been asked by the physician to administer 100,000 U of a medication. Available: 200,000 U/mL. Amount of drug to be drawn is?
One meter would be approximately equivalent to
A reasonable circumference for a newborn baby's head would be
A medication is ordered as one 6-mg tablet and is available in a 4-mg tablet. The number of tablets to be given is
A prescription written for 1 1/2 teaspoons would be equivalent to which metric measurement?
7 1/2 mL
If a reconstituted medication is 200 mg/5 mL, how many mg would 15 mL be (of the same solution)?
A medication order calls for one teaspoon. Compute the metric equivalent.
A medication with two active ingredients is ordered as 30 mg/1200 mg per tablet. The available tablets are 15 mg/600 mg. How many tablets would be given?
A total daily dosage is 100-mg tablets, given bid. How many milligrams must each tablet be if the tablets are given whole (not divided)?
The physician orders 400,000 U of a medication to be given subcutaneously. Available: 250,000 U/mL. Amount of drug to be drawn is
1. 6 cc
A physician orders 0. 2 mg of a medication to be given subcutaneously. Available: 0. 4 mg/mL. Amount of drug to be drawn is
0. 5 mL
An order has been written for a patient to receive 0. 6 mg of a medication intramuscularly. Available: 0. 4 mg/mL. Amount of drug to be drawn is
1. 5 mL
An order has been written for an allied health professional to administer 10 mg of a medication intramuscularly. Available: 10 mg/0. 5 mL. Amount of drug to be drawn is