Quiz 13: Pediatric and Adult Dosages Based on Body Weight
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Q 1Q 1
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Equivalent 1g = 1,000 mg X = 1,000 0.3 X = 300 mg X capsules = 150X = 300 X = 2 capsules
Q 2Q 2
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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X tablets = 50X = 25 X = tablet
Q 3Q 3
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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X mL = 50X = 125 X = 2.5 mL
Q 4Q 4
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 5Q 5
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 6Q 6
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 7Q 7
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 8Q 8
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 9Q 9
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 10Q 10
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 11Q 11
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 12Q 12
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 13Q 13
Given: Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the ratioproportion method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 14Q 14
Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the Dimensional Analysis method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 15Q 15
Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the Dimensional Analysis method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 16Q 16
Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the Dimensional Analysis method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 17Q 17
Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the Dimensional Analysis method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 18Q 18
Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the Dimensional Analysis method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 19Q 19
Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the Dimensional Analysis method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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Q 20Q 20
Compute the amount of medication that will be given to administer one dose of the following medication orders using the Dimensional Analysis method to obtain your answers.
Assume all tablets are scored, when necessary. Round all parenteral administration orders that are over 1 mL to one decimal place. Round all parenteral administration orders under 1 mL to two decimal places. Do not include zeros at the end of decimal numbers.
The problems and drug orders are presented for practice only, and actual prescribed dosages will vary according to a patient's age, condition, reaction, additional medications, and other factors.

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