Jump to content
TJG21

TJG21

Registered User
advertisement

Activity Wall

  • TJG21 last visited:
  • 5

    Content

  • 0

    Articles

  • 581

    Visitors

  • 0

    Followers

  • 0

    Points

  1. OK well as long as it works I prefer dimensional analysis and worked it out like this: 125 mL X 1 Hr X 15gtt = ------------------------ 31 gtt/min I canceled out the mL's and Hr's and was left with gtt/min 1 hr 60 min 1 mL
  2. I have been using google but just wanted help getting on track with one math problem, I don't appreciate you being so condescending
  3. wow you made that so easy thanks a lot! I don't know why I had trouble figuring this out but got it now, tired I guess. TJ
  4. How to work this one out? If you are good at math I could use your help on this homework problem. infuse 500 ml of lactated ringers over 4 hours / tubing that has a drop factor of 15 gtt/ml. What is the infusion rate in gtt/min?
  5. How to work this one out? If you are good at math I could use your help on this homework problem. infuse 500 ml of lactated ringers over 4 hours / tubing that has a drop factor of 15 gtt/ml. What is the infusion rate in gtt/min?
×