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A patient has been prescribed 0.8 L of Dextrose 10%. What is the volume in ml?

A patient has been prescribed 300 mg of phenytoin. 100 mg in stock, how many tablets should be administered?

A patient has been prescribed 15 mg of nitrazepam suspension. What volume should be administered? Please use the correct units. The facility has 2.5 mg/5 ml in stock

A patient has been prescribed 600 mg of cefadroxil suspension. What volume should be administered? Use the correct units. The facility has 250 mg/5 ml

A patient has been prescribed 300 mg of phenytoin at a dose of 1.8 mg/kg. The weigh is 100 kg. what volume should be administered? The facility has 30 mg/5 ml.

A patient has been prescribed 60 mg of flupentixol decanoate. What volume be injected? The facility has 20 mg in 1 ml

A patient has been prescribed tramadol hydrochloride at a dose of 15 mg/kg. patient weighs 80 kg. what volume should be injected? Write your answer in one decimal place. The facility has 50 mg/1 ml.

A patient has been prescribed 40 mg tablets. The stock tablets is 20 mg. How many tablets should a patient be given?

A patient has been prescribed 0.06 mg. The stock tablets are 30 mcg. How many tablets should a patient be given?

A patient has been prescribed 200 mg every 4 hours. The stock tablets are 100 mg. What is the number of tablets that the nurse should administer to the patient per day?

A patient has been prescribed 750 mg TDD in 3 divided doses. The stock tablets are 250 mg. How many tablets should a patient be given for a single dose?

How many tablets should be administered to the patient in a day if they have been prescribed a total daily dose of 750 mg, and the stock tablets available are 250 mg each?

Your patient has been prescribed 400mg ibuprofen. The tablets available are 200mg. What is the number of tablets that the nurse should administer to the patient?

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