1. | Nurses are legally responsible for applying the six rights of medication administration as a standard of care. |
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2. | The most common medication error is the right dose. |
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3. | It is not necessary to have a second licensed nurse check your narcotics. |
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4. | Medications must be given within which time frame of the specified order |
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5. | IV medications have a more rapid onset than PO medications. |
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6. | What is the definition of Bioavailability |
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7. | Solumedrol 2.5 mg/kg is ordered for a child weighing 8 kg. Solumedrol is available as 125 mg / 3 mL is available. How many mL must the nurse administer? |
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8. | Solumedrol 2.5 mg/kg is ordered for a child weighing 36 kg. Solumedrol is available as 125 mg / 3 mL is available. How many mL must the nurse administer? |
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9. | Ordered 928,000 mcL D5W IV to infuse in 6.5 hr by infusion pump. What is the IV flow rate in mL/hr? |
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10. | Phenytoin (Dilantin), 25,000,000 mcg PO, is ordered to be given through a nasogastric tube. Phenytoin is available as 3,000 mg / 15 mL. How much would the nurse administer? |
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11. | A doctor orders 200 mg of Rocephin to be taken by a 15.4 lb infant every 8 hours. The medication label shows that 75-150 mg/kg per day is the appropriate dosage range. Is this doctor's order within the desired range? |
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