Formula for this please...i did a good guessed of the answer.
I did not understand how this answer of 9 ml/hr. How did this conclusion come about?
2 tabs, the patient is receiving 1.7 mcg/kg. Not safe
The correct answer is option A – 36.7 mg/kg/day
First, the patients weight to kilograms (kg) from pounds (lbs).
120/2.2 = 54.54 kg
Every 6 hours patient receives 500 mg of vancomycin. This means the patient receives 2000mg (6 4) a day (6, 12, 18 and 24).
Divide the total dose per day ny patient’s weight in kg.
(1 oz = 30ml); (1 cup = 236.588ml)
total oz = 13oz = 390ml
total cup = 3cup = 709.764ml
total fluid = 1099.764ml
fluid restriction = 1000ml
more than the restricted fluid
What is 1/6 gr and how do I calculate it?
The answer to this is A. For those who do not know what this medication is, Biaxin is usually given to people who are suffering from bacterial infections. This time, the one who is infected is a child. Some of the possible diseases that the child is experiencing are the following: pneumonia, strep throat, Lyme disease, pylori infection, and some types of skin bacterial infections. Take note that this may also be given as a partner of another medication in order to treat certain digestive issues. The main fact is that it is used to get rid of the bacteria that may be found inside the body.
Question is wrong. Tablets on hand should be in 50 mg not 0.05 mg