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A liquid suspension contains 125 mg of medication A for every 300 ml of solution. This suspension is being infused into a patient at the rate of 100...
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1. A liquid suspension contains 125 mg of medication A for every 300 ml of solution. This suspension is being infused into a patient at the rate of 100 ml/hr. If the infusion stared at 6 AM, and the patient needs 500 mg of medication A, by what time will you need to stop the infusion?
2. A 75 kg patient needs a medication X in the amount of 0.2 mg/kg/day. The medication comes in a liquid solution of 50 mg for every 1000 ml. How many ml of this solution will this patient need in a day? If this solution is being infused at 60 ml/hr, how long with the transfusion take?
3. 132 lb female patient is prescribed medication Z, available in solution of 6 mg / 20 ml. The recommended dose is 0.5 mg/kg. How many ml of this solution is needed for this patient? If the infusion must be completed within 2 hours, what should the infusion rate?
4. The recommended dosage for Albuterol is 0.3mg/kg/day to be given P.O. (by mouth) to a child weighing 47 lbs. Available: 2mg/5ml. How much of the solution is needed for the whole day?
5. The recommended dosage for Ceclor (cefaclor) is 30mg/kg/day to be given for a child weighing 25 lbs. Available: 125mg/5ml. How much of the solution is needed per day? How many ml should you give per dose, if it must be given 3 times a day?