# Dosage Calculations Nursing Quiz

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Drug dosage refers to the amount of drug in weight dispensed to a patient. Dosage can also mean how the drug dispensed will be used. Particularly, the time at which a quantity of medicine will be used. Calculating dosage carefully is very important because a mistake can compromise the safety of the patient. Do you agree?

• 1.
What drug administration type ensures 100% bioavailability?
• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

• 2.
What aspect of medicine studies the effect of poor dosage calculation?
• A.

Pharmacology

• B.

Nursing

• C.

Pharmacy

• D.

Toxicology

• 3.
Which of these refers to taking more than the required dose?
• A.

Absorbed dose

• B.

Dosage form

• C.

Overdose

• D.

Daily dose

• 4.
• A.

Absorbed dose

• B.

Overdose

• C.

Oral dose

• D.

Dosage form

• 5.
Which of these is a World Health Organization statistical measure of drug consumption?
• A.

Dosage form

• B.

Absorbed dose

• C.

Defined daily dose

• D.

Dose profile

• 6.
What is the process of administering a measured amount of a medicine called?
• A.

Equivalent dosing

• B.

Dosing

• C.

Median lethal dose

• D.

Effective dosing

• 7.
What percentage of a drug must be used to be considered effective?
• A.

100%

• B.

50%

• C.

75%

• D.

25%

• 8.
How many teaspoon quantity of water will be needed to dissolve 50ml of Andrew Liver Salt?
• A.

8 teaspoon

• B.

10 teaspoon

• C.

5 teaspoon

• D.

12 teaspoon

• 9.
What is the percentage availability of median lethal dose?
• A.

35 percent

• B.

65 percent

• C.

45 percent

• D.

50 percent

• 10.
Which of these is within the range of concentration that would occur naturally?
• A.

Reference dose

• B.

Median dose

• C.

Active dose

• D.

Physiologic dose

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