1. The physician has ordered 85 mg IV push. The pharmacy has…

Question Answered step-by-step 1. The physician has ordered 85 mg IV push. The pharmacy has… 1. The physician has ordered 85 mg IV push. The pharmacy has dispensed 125 mg/2 mL. The nurse should deliver ____mL to the patient. (record your answer using one decimal place)   2. The physician orders 1,500 mg of a medication to be given over 90 minutes. The available medication is 1,500 mg/250 mL. You will set the pump to deliver ______mL/hr.(round to the nearest whole number)   3. An IV piggyback (IVPB) of 10,000 units/100 mL is to be given over 45 minutes. The pump should programmed to deliver _____mL/hr.(round to the nearest whole number)   4. Your patient is receiving 37.5 mcg of a medication. This is equivalent to ________ mg of medication. (record your answer using two decimal places)   5. The order is for 0.375 mg of a medication to be given IV. The medication is supplied 500 mcg/2 mL. The patient will receive____mL. (record your answer using one decimal place)   6. A medication drip is ordered at 13 units/kg/hr.The patient weighs 50 kg. The medication is available in a concentration of 25,000 units/500 mL. The medication should be infused at _____mL per hour.   7. The physician orders for 1 liter of IV fluid to be given over 6 hours. The available tubing set delivers 15 gtts/mL. After your calculation, the set should be calibrated to deliver _______ gtts/min. (round to the nearest whole number)    8. The surgeon orders a medication 1.5 gms IV. The pharmacy delivers the medication as 1.5 grams in 150 mL IV solution to be infused over 90 minutes. The rate of the infusion is____mL/hr.         Health Science Science Nursing MATH 240 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)