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originally posted by phcnms help i used to know the simple way of calculating a iv rate using the micro units. fixing to take a pharmacology test at a new job and need help.
mini drip is very easy to remember. each mini drop per minute is equal to the same amounts of ml's per hour. 60 gtts per minute
is equal to 60 cc's/ml's per hour. 125 drops is 125 cc's or ml's per hour