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- by LCinTraining Dec 6, '12Doing a dosage calc worksheet and this was used as a drop factor.Is this a typo for micro drip?
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- Dec 7, '12 by iluvivtNot sure what exactly your question is but a micro drip tubing is 60 drops is equal to 1 ml.
- Dec 7, '12 by Esme12Quote from LCinTrainingWhat was used as a drop factor....?Doing a dosage calc worksheet and this was used as a drop factor.Is this a typo for micro drip?
I agree with iluvit mini gtts, micro gtts....60gtts is equal to 1ml
- Dec 7, '12 by LCinTrainingIt gave no drop factor, which is why I'm thinking it is a misprint for micro drip. I knew micro was 60, but there were three questions with mini drip and no micro drip questions on my worksheet.
- Dec 7, '12 by Esme12micro = mini the conversion is 60....
- Dec 8, '12 by LCinTrainingTeacher said the same, and said she said so in lecture...I guess I dozed off or something because I don't remember that part. LOL