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In this activity, you will be determining the amount of a medication to give.
In the answer box, place the number rounding to the nearest tenth. For example:
The answer to input is:
Do not include units of measurement, as the unit will be indicated in the question.
Conversions formulas
1 cc = 1 ml  5cc = 1 tsp 
15 cc = 1tbsp  30 ml = 1 oz 
1000 ml = 1 L  1000 mg = 1 g (gm) 
2.2 lbs = 1 kg  1 c = 8 oz = 240 cc 
1 tc = 6 oz = 180 cc  1 jc = 4 oz = 120 cc 
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Question 1 of 13
1. Question
The physician ordered 0.25mg of Lanoxin tabs. Available are Lanoxin 0.125mg tabs. How many tabs will you give?
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Question 2 of 13
2. Question
The physician ordered Phenergan 75mg IM. On hand is Phenergan 50mg per ml. How many milliliters will you give?
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Question 3 of 13
3. Question
The physician ordered Kantrex 500mg IM. On hand is Kantrex 0.5g per ml. How many milliliters will you give?
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Question 4 of 13
4. Question
The physician ordered Compazine 10mg IM. On hand is Compazine 5mg/ml. How many milliliters will you give?
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Question 5 of 13
5. Question
 The physician ordered bicillin 15mg per kg of body weight. The patient weighs 102.4kg. The dose of bicillin on hand is 50mg/2ml. How many milliliters will you give the patient?
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Question 6 of 13
6. Question
The physician ordered Demerol 75mg IM. On hand is Demerol 100mg per 2ml. How many milliliters will you give?
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Question 7 of 13
7. Question
The physician ordered vitamin B12 injections at 200mcg IM. Available is 1000mcg per ml. How many milliliters will you give?
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Question 8 of 13
8. Question
The physician ordered streptomycin 250mg IM. On hand is streptomycin 0.5g per 2ml. How many milliliters will you give?
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Question 9 of 13
9. Question
The physician ordered 150mg of Tagamet. On hand is Tagamet 300mg/5ml. How many milliters will you give?
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Question 10 of 13
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You have an order for 10mcg/kg/min of Dopamine. Your patient weighs 220lbs. You are using a 60 drop set and are provided with Dopamine with a concentration of 400mg/250ml. How many drops per minute will you provide?
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Question 11 of 13
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You receive an order for 2mcg/min of Epinephrine IV. You add 1.5mg of Epinephrine to 250ml of D5W and are using a 60 drop set. How many drops per minute will you provide?
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Question 12 of 13
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You receive an order for 125ml/hour of Normal Saline. Using a 10 drop set, how many drops per minute do you establish?
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Question 13 of 13
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The physician ordered 600mg of Equanil tabs. The dose on hand is Equanil 400mg tabs. How many tabs will you give?
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