# Dosage Problems

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• 1.
The doctor prescribed 250 mg of the drug per dose to be given every six hours for three weeks. Find how much of the drug was required to complete the dosage.
• A.

24,000 mg

• B.

16,500 mg

• C.

21,000 mg

• D.

17,500 mg

• 2.
The doctor prescribed 100 mg of the drug per dose to be given every four hours for one week. Find how much of the drug was required to complete the dosage.
• A.

4,200 mg

• B.

3,500 mg

• C.

3,200 mg

• D.

4,000 mg

• 3.
A 350 ml bottle of cough syrup was brought from the drugstore. If 5 ml of the syrup is given every four hours, for how many days would it be consumed?
• A.

11.67 days

• B.

12.13 days

• C.

16.14 days

• D.

12.34 days

• 4.
A 600 ml bottle of cough syrup was bought from the drugstore. If 10 ml of the syrup is given every 12 hours, for how many days would it be consumed?
• A.

36 days

• B.

41 days

• C.

12 days

• D.

30 days

• 5.
The doctor prescribed 750 mg of the drug per dose to be given every three hours for three days. Find how much of the drug was required to complete the dosage.
• A.

15,000 mg

• B.

13,000 mg

• C.

18,000 mg

• D.

16,000 mg

• 6.
A prescription calls for 20 500 mg capsules but available are 100 mg capsules. How many of the 100 mg capsules should be bought to complete the dosage?
• A.

98 capsules

• B.

100 capsules

• C.

45 capsules

• D.

86 capsules

• 7.
How many of the 200 mg tablets are needed to give 20 grains?
• A.

6 tablets

• B.

3 tablets

• C.

4 tablets

• D.

7 tablets

• 8.
• A.

32 minims

• B.

29 minims

• C.

30 minims

• D.

25 minims

• 9.
A vial is labeled 5 mg/ml. If the patient needs 10 mg, how many ml of the solution should be given?
• A.

4 ml

• B.

5 ml

• C.

3 ml

• D.

2 ml

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