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You are asked to prepare an iv aminophylline infusion 500mg

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You are asked to prepare an iv aminophylline infusion 500mg in 500 mls. The dose required is 500 mcg/kg/hr.
1.you have ampoules containing 250 mg in 10 mls, what volume do you need?
2. For a 70 kg patient infusion rate in ml per hour.
3. How long would your 500 mls bag last at this rate
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
What volume of adrenaline 1 in 10,000 would you give to deliver a dose of 2 mg??
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
A prescription for tobramycin 500 mg in 100 mls of NACL 0.9 % over 1 hr. The solution is presented in 40 mg /ml. How many mls of tobramycin should be added to the NACL?
How many mls per hour should this be infused at?
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Lorazepam comes in ampoules containing 4 mg in 2 mls.
Which of the following methods will give a 3 mg bolus.
Choose the correct methods below.
1. Dilute with water to give a total of 4 mls, initial saline flush. Give 3 mls of solution and another saline flush.
2. Dilute with the water to give a total of 5 ml, initial saline flush, give 3 mls of solution.
3. Give 1.5 of undiluted lorazepam
4. Dilute with water to give a total of 4 mls. Then give 2 mls of solution.
5. Give 0.5 mls of undiluted lorazepam.

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Am doing my iv calculation questions as a part of IV training.
Thank you