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Homework answers / question archive / Lincoln Technical Institute, Paramus - PN 112L Chapter 13: Dosages Measured in Units Ogden & Fluharty: Calculation of Drug Dosages, 10th Edition COMPLETION Insert the correct response

Lincoln Technical Institute, Paramus - PN 112L

Chapter 13: Dosages Measured in Units

Ogden & Fluharty: Calculation of Drug Dosages, 10th Edition

COMPLETION

Insert the correct response. Round to the nearest hundredth if the dose is less than 1 mL. Round to the nearest tenth if the dose is greater than 1 mL.

- The physician orders heparin 5500 units subcutaneous for deep vein thrombosis prevention. The medication is supplied in 10,000 units/mL. How many milliliters will the nurse administer? ____________________
- The physician orders heparin 3500 units subcutaneous daily postoperatively. The medication is supplied in 5000 units/mL. How many milliliters will the nurse administer? _________

- The physician orders penicillin G procaine 600,000 units IM for syphilis. The medication is supplied in 1,200,000 units/2 mL. How many milliliters will the nurse administer? _________

- The physician orders Epogen 4500 units subcutaneous for red blood cell production. The medication is supplied in 4000 units/mL. How many milliliters will the nurse administer? _______

- The physician orders Humulin R (regular) insulin 14 units subcutaneous every morning. How many units will the nurse administer? ________

- The physician orders insulin lispro 17 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL. How many units will the nurse administer? ________

- The physician orders Humulin NPH insulin 20 units plus Humulin R insulin 11 units subcutaneous every evening. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL. How many units will the nurse administer? ____________________

- The physician orders Humulin NPH insulin 42 units plus Humulin R insulin 20 units subcutaneous every morning. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL. How many units will the nurse administer? ____________________

- The physician orders Humulin NPH insulin 24 units plus Humulin R insulin 10 units subcutaneous every afternoon. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL. How many units will the nurse administer? ____________________

- The physician orders Humulin NPH insulin 52 units plus Humulin R insulin 16 units subcutaneous every morning. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL. How many units will the nurse administer? ____________________

- The physician orders insulin Levemir 24 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin NovoLog 4 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Lantus 40 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Humalog 16 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Levemir 14 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Levemir 32 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Levemir 46 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Humalog 12 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Humalog 10 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Lantus 36 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Lantus 30 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin Lantus 26 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin NovoLog 14 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- The physician orders insulin NovoLog 8 units subcutaneous. The medication is supplied in 100 units/mL.

- A patient has orders for Fragmin 2500 international units twice a day for deep vein thrombosis prevention. The Fragmin is available in 5000 international units per 0.4 milliliter vials. How many milliliters would the nurse administer with each dose? __________
- The physician has ordered nystatin 500,000 units swish and swallow every 6 hours for a patient with candidiasis. The nystatin is available in 100,000 units per 1-mL concentration. How many milliliters would the nurse administer with each dose? __________

- The physician orders heparin 5000 units subcutaneous every 12 hours for a patient with a deep vein thrombosis. The heparin is available in 20,000 units per 1-mL concentration. How many milliliters would the nurse administer with each dose? __________
- A patient has orders for Fragmin 10,000 international units twice a day for deep vein thrombosis prevention. The Fragmin is available in 5000 international units per 0.4 milliliter vials. How many milliliters would the nurse administer with each dose? __________
- The physician has ordered nystatin 1,000,000 units swish and swallow every 6 hours for a patient with candidiasis. The nystatin is available in 100,000 units per 1-mL concentration. How many milliliters would the nurse administer with each dose? __________

- Heparin 10,000 units subcutaneous every 12 hours is ordered for a patient after a stent placement. The heparin is available in 20,000 units per 1-mL concentration. How many milliliters would the nurse administer with each dose? __________

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