# Pharmocology Math - 45 Mins - EMT-p

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• 1.
• A.

0.25 ml

• B.

1.00 ml

• C.

0.50 ml

• D.

0.75 ml

• 2.
• A.

26 gtts/min

• B.

20 gtts/min

• C.

6 gtts/min

• D.

32 gtts/min

• 3.
• A.

9 hours

• B.

6 hours 15 mins

• C.

8 hours 20 mins

• D.

4 hours 20 mins

• 4.
• A.

8 gtts/min

• B.

26 gtts/min

• C.

3 gtts/min

• D.

12 gtts/min

• 5.
A patient is to be given 500 ml of 0.9% Sodium Chloride IV over a 4 hour period. The set has a drop rate of 20 drops/ml. What is the drip rate.
• A.

55 gtts/min

• B.

26 gtts/min

• C.

42 gtts/min

• D.

35 gtts/min

• 6.
A patient is to be given 800 ml of 5% Dextrose over 6 hours. The set has a drop factor of 20 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

40 gtts/min

• B.

44 gtts/min

• C.

24 gtts/min

• D.

36 gtts/min

• 7.
A patient is to be given 800 ml of Normal Saline over 10 hours. The set has a drop factor of 15 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

15 gtts/min

• B.

20 gtts/min

• C.

25 gtts/min

• D.

10 gtts/min

• 8.
A patient is to be given 350 ml of Dextrose over 4 hours. The set has a drop factor of 20 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

23 gtts/min

• B.

19 gtts/min

• C.

29 gtts/min

• D.

10 gtts/min

• 9.
A patient is to be given 350 ml of plasma over 3 hours. The set has a drop factor of 20 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

42

• B.

28

• C.

15

• D.

39

• 10.
• A.

52 gtts/min

• B.

46 gtts/min

• C.

20 gtts min

• D.

38 gtts/min

• 11.
A patient is to be given 600 ml Normal Saline over 6 hours. The set has a drop factor of 15 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

25 gtts/min

• B.

32 gtts/min

• C.

12 gtts/min

• D.

20 gtts/min

• 12.
50 ml of an antibotic is to be given over 30 minutes. The set has a drop factor of 20 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

33 gtts/min

• B.

30 gtts/min

• C.

23 gtts/min

• D.

12 gtts/min

• 13.
A patient is to be given 1500 ml of Normal Saline solution over 12 hours. The set has a drop factor of 60 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

75 gtts/min

• B.

175 gtts/min

• C.

100 gtts/min

• D.

125 gtts/min

• 14.
A patient is to be given 500 ml of 0.9% Sodium Chloride over 3 hours. The set has a drop factor of 60 drops/ml. What is the drip rate?
• A.

167 gtts/min

• B.

200 gtts/min

• C.

125 gtts/min

• D.

154 gtts/min

• 15.
An infusion of 5% Dextroxe has 600 ml remaining. The drop rate is 20 drops/min. If the drop factor is 12 drops/m., how many hours will it take to give this infusion?
• A.

4 hours

• B.

8 hours

• C.

2 hours

• D.

6 hours

• 16.
An IV infusion of 1500 ml of Normal Saline is to be given at a rate of 40 drops/min. The drop factor is 15 drops/ml. If this infusion begins at 1015, at what time will it finish?
• A.

1315

• B.

2015

• C.

1630

• D.

1938

• 17.
Calculate the time at which an IV infusion of 5% Dextrose 1000 ml would be completed when set to run at 35 drops/min. The infusion was started at 1400 and the drop factor is 20.
• A.

1800

• B.

2340

• C.

2129

• D.

2331

• 18.
Calculate the time at which an IV solution of Normal Saline 500 ml to e completed when running at 28 drops/min. The infusion started at 0900, and the drop factor is 20.
• A.

1310

• B.

1420

• C.

1457

• D.

1244

• 19.
Calculate the amount of intravenous fluid remaining in a 1000 ml bag of Normal Saline that has been running at 41 drops/min for 90 minutes. The drop factor is 20.
• A.

700 ml

• B.

815.5 ml

• C.

750.5 ml

• D.

901.5 ml

• 20.
1000 ml of Saline Solution is to be infused intravenously. The set has a drop factor of 15 drops/ml and is set at 40 drops/min. How long will this infusion take to finish?
• A.

7 hours 10 mins

• B.

4 hours 30 mins

• C.

6 hours 15 mins

• D.

5 hours 45 mins

• 21.
A patient is to receive 1000 ml of Normal Saline. For the first 6 hours, the solution is delivered at 85 ml/hour, then the rate is reduced to 70 ml/hour. What is the total time taken to give the full volume.
• A.

9 hours

• B.

11 hours

• C.

15 hours

• D.

13 hours

• 22.
• A.

2230

• B.

1830

• C.

1630

• D.

2030

• 23.
An IV infusion of 5% Dextrose is in progress. The infusion is being delivered at 40ml/hour. How much fluid will the patient receive in 4 hours?
• A.

80 ml

• B.

100 ml

• C.

60 ml

• D.

40 ml

• 24.
A pateint is receiving fluid from two IV lines. Line 1 is running at 65 ml/hour and Line 2 is running at 70 ml/hour. What volume of fluid would the patient receive over 12 hours?
• A.

1620 ml

• B.

1830 ml

• C.

900 ml

• D.

1260 ml

• 25.
A patient is to be given 150 mg of pethidine IM stat, for severe pain. Each ampule contains 100 ml in 2ml. How many ml will be given?
• A.

2.5 ml

• B.

3 ml

• C.

1.3 ml

• D.

2.75 ml

• 26.
A patient is to receive 7.5 mg IN stat of metoclopramine. Each ampule contains 10mg per 2ml. How many ml will be given?
• A.

1.0 ml

• B.

2.5 ml

• C.

1.5 ml

• D.

2.0 ml

• 27.
A patient is to given 50mg of promethazine. The box has 2ml ampules, each contain 25 mg per ml of phenergan. How many ml will be given?
• A.

2 ml

• B.

1.5 ml

• C.

3 ml

• D.

1 ml

• 28.
A patient is to be given 60mg of gentamicin IM. Ampules contain 80 mg per 2 ml. What is the volume you need to give?
• A.

2.5 ml

• B.

1.5 ml

• C.

2 ml

• D.

1 ml

• 29.
Ketorolac has been ordered for a patient. 20 mg q6hrs is to be given IM. The ampules contain 10mg per ml. How many ml are needed?
• A.

1.5 ml

• B.

1 ml

• C.

2 ml

• D.

2.5 ml

• 30.
A patient is to be given ampicillin 750mg q6h IM. The vial reconstitued contains 1g ampicillin in 2ml of water. How many ml are needed?
• A.

1.75 ml

• B.

2 ml

• C.

1 ml

• D.

1.5 ml