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# Math for Meds Dosages and Solutions 10th Edition Curren Test Bank

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# Free Nursing Test Questions:

Chapter 13: Dimensional Analysis/Units Conversion

PROBLEM

1. A drug label reads 10 mg tablets. Prepare a 20 mg dose.

ANS:

2 tablets

2 tabs

PTS:   1

1. The dosage ordered is 75mg. Solution available is 25 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

3 mL

3mL

PTS:   1

1. Prepare a 15 mg dose from 30 mg tablets.

ANS:

1/2 tablet

tablet

PTS:   1

1. The dosage ordered is 1 mg. Tablets available are labeled 1 mg. How many tablets are needed?

ANS:

1 tablet

1 tablet

PTS:   1

1. A dosage of 30 mg has been ordered. Solution available is 15 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

2 mL

2 mL

PTS:   1

1. The ordered dose is 0.1 g. The dose available is 1000 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

0.1 mL

0.1 mL

PTS:   1

1. A dosage of 0.5 g is ordered. Solution available is 500 mg/10 mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

10 mL

PTS:   1

1. Prepare a 0.5 mg dose from an available strength of 300 mcg/mL. Express your answer to the nearest tenth.

ANS:

1.7 mL

or 1.7 mL

PTS:   1

1. The ordered dose is 0.25 g. Solution available is 250 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

1 mL

1 mL

PTS:   1

1. The available strength is 5000 units/mL. Prepare a dose of 2500 units.

ANS:

0.5 mL

0.5 mL

PTS:   1

1. Prepare a dose of 7.5 mg from the available strength of 25 mg/5 mL.

ANS:

1.5 mL

1.5 mL

PTS:   1

1. The dosage ordered is 6 mg. Solution available is 4 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

1.5 mL

1.5 mL

PTS:   1

1. The drug label reads 4 mg/mL. Prepare a 4000 mcg dose.

ANS:

1 mL

1 mL

PTS:   1

1. The strength available is 250 mg/5 mL. Prepare a 0.2 g dose.

ANS:

4 mL

4 mL

PTS:   1

1. The ordered dose is 10 mEq. The available dose is 1 mEq/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

10 mL

10 mL

PTS:   1

1. Prepare a 0.2 mg dose from a solution labeled 400 mcg/mL.

ANS:

0.5 mL

0.5 mL

PTS:   1

1. The strength available is 500 mcg/mL. Prepare a 0.6 mg dose.

ANS:

1.2 mL

1.2 mL

PTS:   1

1. The dose ordered is 40 mg. Solution available is 25 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

1.6 mL

1.6 mL

PTS:   1

1. An oral solution has a strength of 200 mg/mL. Prepare a 0.4 g dose.

ANS:

2 mL

2 mL

PTS:   1

1. The ordered dose is 7500 units. Solution available is 5000 units/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

1.5 mL

1.5 mL

PTS:   1

1. A dosage of 0.75 g is ordered. Solution available is 500 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

1.5 mL

1.5 mL

PTS:   1

1. Prepare a 1000 unit dose from a 5000 unit/1mL solution.

ANS:

0.2 mL

0.2mL

PTS:   1

1. The ordered dose is 3 mg. Solution available is 25 mg/5 mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

0.6 mL

0.6 mL

PTS:   1

1. The dosage strength is 25 mg/mL. Prepare a 75 mg dose.

ANS:

3 mL

3 mL

PTS:   1

1. The ordered dose is 0.25 g. Solution available is 250 mg/mL. Calculate the dosage volume.

ANS:

1 mL

1 mL

PTS:   1

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