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    IV calculation

    I may be over thinking it. Is the patient getting the fluids in 4 hours.. So it will still run over 8 hours? Or is it just running for 4 hours?
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    IV calculation

    The patient is receiving 150ml/hr x 8 hours and then is to be switched to 1/2 NS 500ml in 4 hours. What is the total number of mls that patient received in IV solution? What is the rate of flow in ml/hr for 1/2 NS to be set? 1700ml However I'm not too sure about the answer for the second part...
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    IV calculation NG losses

    500/11.25 = 44.44 ml/hour (44.44 x 10) / 60 = 7ggt/min Correct? Thanks I was a bit confused with all the info provided.
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    IV calculation NG losses

    Is it not 1L over 11.25 hour? Are we just calculating the NG loss of 500ml?
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    IV calculation NG losses

    Order: Replaced NG losses with 20KCL in 1L of R/L over 11.25 hours. The patient on nights drained 500 ccs of NG losses. (ggt/min 10) What is the rate of infusion in ggt/min and rate of infusion mls/ hr I have no idea where to start.. help!
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    Heparin IV question

    Oops yes 20! I was thinking 25000 units for some reason. Yes I wasn't sure if the drop factor was important in this question..
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    Heparin IV question

    Heparin 20,000 units/500 ccs of D5W. to infuse at 800 units/hr. The drip factor is 60ggts/cc. What is the rate of infusion at mls/hr? 20000units / 500ml = 800units/hr / x I got 16mls/hr Is that correct?
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