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AC ADN level 1 fall 2011 pharmacology equivalents/terms nursing math

pharmacology fall 2011 equivalents and terms used in nursing math
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g
gram
gr
grain
gtt
drop
kg
kilogram
L
liter
lb
pound
m
minim
mcg
microgram
mg
milligram
mL
milliliter
oz
ounce
pt
pint
qt
quart
t (tsp)
teaspoon
T (TBSP)
tablespoon
unit
unit
dr
dram
deci
0.1
(stated as 1/10)
centi
0.01
(stated as 1/100)
milli
0.001
(stated as 1/1000)
one tenth
0.1
one hundredth
0.01
one thousandth
0.001
1 L = _____ mL
(metric)
_____ L = 1000 mL
1 g = _____ mg
(metric)
_____ g = 1000 mg
1 mg = _____ mcg
(metric)
_____ mg = 1000 mcg
1 kg = _____ g
(metric)
_____ kg = 1000 g
1 qt = _____ pt
(household/apothecary)
_____ qt = 2 pt
1 qt = _____ oz
(household/apothecary)
_____ qt = 32 oz
1 oz = _____ dr
(household/apothecary)
_____ oz = 8 dr
1 T = _____ tsp
(household/apothecary)
_____ T = 3 tsp
1 g = gr _____
(app. equiv)
_____ g = gr 15
gr 1 = _____ mg
(app. equiv)
gr _____ = 60 mg (60, 64, 65)
1 t = _____ mL
(app. equiv)
_____ t = 5 mL (4-5)
1 T = _____ mL
(app. equiv)
_____ T = 15 mL
1 oz = _____ mL
(app. equiv)
_____ oz = 30 mL
1 qt = _____ L
(app. equiv)
_____ qt = 1 L
1 kg = _____ lb
(app. equiv)
_____ kg = 2.2 lb
m 15-16 = _____ mL
(app. equiv)
m _____ = 1 mL
dr 8 = _____ T = _____ oz
(app. equiv)
dr _____ = 2 T = 1 oz
dr 1 = m _____
(app. equiv)
dr _____ = m 60
1 t = _____ gtt
(app. equiv)
_____ t = 60 gtt
1 dr = _____ mL
(app. equiv)
_____ dr = 4 mL