I am brushing up on some math problems before I start clinicals in Jan. I can't figure out theses to problems. Can you please help?
Thanks In Adavance,
If the order reads, "give .3 mgms. of Drug Z and 65 mgms of Drug N" how much fluid will you have in your syringe? The labels read Drug Z, 110.4 mgms 1/2 cc and Drug N, 0.075 g in 1 cc.
An IV was started at 9:00am with orders to infuse 500mL1 over 6 hrs. At 12 noon the IV infiltrate with 350mL left in the bag. At 1pm the IV was restarted. The set calibration is 20 gtt/mL. Calculate the new flow rate to deliver the fluid on time.