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Jul 4, '12
The doctor orders penicillin V potassium oral suspension 56 mg/kg/day in four divided doses for a child who weighs 55lbs. The suspension availabale is penicillin V potassium 125mg/5ml. What is the volume for each dose?
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It has been forever since I have been in school and now am going for my RN. This is a refresher and am wondering how to solve them. Thank You.
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