# Please help

- 0Jun 19, '13 by knicks11554can someone please help me out with these problems. I cannot figure out the answer. I need to no these answers ASAP if anyone can help me out it will be greatly appreciated.

**1)**Your patient is ordered cefuroxime 1.5 grams. This is to be added to 100ml of normal saline. The medication avalable is cefuroxime 750 mg per 10 ml . How many mls of the medication should be added to the bag?

**2)**Patient is to recieve dilantin 10mg/kg/day, in evenly divided doses every 12 hours. The patient weighs 165lbs. How many mgs should the patient recieve per dosethe patient is to receive dexamethasone 5mg IV at 1800. On hand is dexamethasone 2mg/ml. How many mls should the patient receieve?

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**4)**your patient is to recieve nitroprusside 50 mg in 500 ml d5w and is ordered to run at 175 mcg/minute. How many mls should the patient recieve in one hour?

**5)**aminophylline 300 mg in 500ml d5w is to be infused over 8 hours. you have aminiphyline 1000mg/20ml. How many mls of aminophylline should be added to the bag of D5Wthe patient is to recieve amidorone 360 mg over 6 hours at a rate of 1 mg per minute. How many mgs should the patient revieve in one hour?

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**7)**pt with chf is to recieve a blood transfusion. blood bank releases the first bag with 180 ml to be given at 60ml/hour. The blood is hung at 1830. By what time should the blood transfusion end?

**8)**pediatric patient with CHF. recommended theurpatic dose of digoxin is 20-35 mcg/kg/day. Patient wieghts 44 pounds. Digoxin comes in 0.25mg per ml. What is minimim amount in mls that your patient can receive?Patient is to receive dilantin 20mg/lg/day in three equally divided doses over the next 24 hrs. This is to be followed by a maintenance dose of 5mg/kg/day in three equally dived doses every 8 hours. The patient wiegs 165 pounds. How many mg of the dilantin should the patient recieve per dose on day one?

9)bases on the information given in question 9, how milligrams of maintenance dose of dilantin should the patient recieve per dose?

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- 3Jun 19, '13 by MendedHeartI second that..thats a lot of work there...what formulas are you usingLast edit by MendedHeart on Jun 19, '13
- 0Jun 19, '13 by MendedHeartThe formula for the first one is = 75/10=1500/x.....cross multiply those
- 2Jun 19, '13 by MendedHeartIts not 1.5 its 1500 you have to convert gram to mgBlueLightRN and Marshall1 like this.
- 0Jun 19, '13 by MendedHeartThink about it you have 750mg but need 1500 mg..I..so you need 2 of the 750mg doses. If they are in 10mls ..it would be 20mls

In your formula..all units of measure must match to cross multiply..its easy to forget to convert - 0Jun 19, '13 by knicks11554im trying to look up these formulas online but its not happening. Yea i will try and convert everything so all units match. THANKS
- 1Jun 19, '13 by
*loriangel14***Guide**Try to do the questions and tell us what you have come up with.Just getting us to give you the answers won't help you learn.

Try numbers 6 & 7. Those are easy ones to start off with.Marshall1 likes this.