16. The doctor has ordered 65 mg of Garamycin I.M. for your patient. You have

available a multidose vial of Garamycin labeled 40 mg/ml. How much of the

medication will the patient receive? ______

17. The doctor has ordered an injection of Atropine 0.3 mg I.M. for your patient.

You have available a multi**-**dose vial labeled Atropine 1 mg/ml. You will

administer

ml to your patient.

18. The doctor orders Morphine gr 1/4 I.M. for your patient. You have available

Morphine 10 mg/ml. How much of the solution will you administer? ______

19. The doctor has ordered Digoxin 0.125 mg I.M. You have a vial of Digoxin

labeled 0.5 mg/2 ml. How much of the medication should the patient

receive? ______

20. You are to administer Atropine gr 1/200 I.M. to a patient. On hand is

Atropine gr 1/150 per 0.8 ml. How many ml will you give? ______

21. The vial of powdered medication is labeled Staphcillin 1 gm. The directions

say to add 1.5 ml of sterile saline. The solution will then equal 2 ml. How

much of the solution should you give if the order is Staphcillin 500 mg I.M.?

______

22. The doctor has ordered Keflin 250 mg I.M. for a 5**-**year**-**old patient. You

have available a vial of powdered drug labeled 1 gm Keflin. You read the

manufacturer's directions and find you should add 4 ml of sterile water to

dissolve the drug and produce a solution in which 2.2 ml equals 500 mg of

Keflin. How many ml will you give? ______

23. The doctor has ordered Regular Insulin 46 units SC for your patient. Using

Regular Insulin U**-**100, how many ml will you administer if the medication is

drawn up in a tuberculin syringe? ______

24. You are to give 20 u of Regular Insulin. You have U**-**40 Regular Insulin

available. How much will you give using a tuberculin syringe? ______

25. The physician has ordered Heparin 2000u SC for your patient. On hand is a

20 ml vial of Heparin labeled 10,000u per ml. You will give

ml.

26. The order is to give Prostaphlin 350 mg I.M. q 4h. Directions for

reconstitution of the 1 gm vial state: Add 5.7 ml of sterile water. Each 1.5

ml will then contain 250 mg of medication. How many ml will you give? ___

27. The order is to give 0.25 gm Cefobid I.M. q 12h. Directions for

reconstitution of the 1 gm vial state: Add 2.8 ml of sterile water to produce a

concentration of 333 mg. per ml. How many ml will you give? ______

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