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Question;Question 1A liter bag of fluid is hung at 7 p.m. and runs at 100 mL/hr. How long will it last?Choose one answer.a. 8 hrsb. 10 hrsc. 12 hrsQuestion 2A patient is getting D10W infused at 50 mL/hr using a 10 drop set. How many grams of dextrose is the patient receiving per hour?Choose one answer.a. 10 g/hrb. 50 g/hrc. 5 g/hrQuestion 3A patient is to be given 1750 mL at 95 mL/hr. What will the drop rate be if a 15 drop set is used? (Round to whole number)Choose one answer.a. 24 gtts/minb. 15 gtts/minc. 95 gtts/minQuestion 4A patient is to receive 2 g of medication in 150 mL over 90 minutes. What is the flow rate in milliliters per hour?Choose one answer.a. 100 mL/hrb. 150 mL/hrc. 50 mL/hrQuestion 5A patient needs 35% dextrose 500 mL. The pharmacy has only 70% dextrose 1000 mL. How much concentrate will you need?Choose one answer.a. 350 mLb. 500 mLc. 250 mLQuestion 6A;patient uses 20 units of insulin in the morning and 18 units of insulin;each evening. How many units total does the patient use daily?Choose one answer.a. 12 unitsb. 38 unitsc. 18 unitsQuestion 7A;pediatric patient weighs 5.45 kg and has a length of 21 inches. The;manufacturer of amoxicillin has a recommended dose of 20 to 40 mg/kg per;day. The physician has ordered 125 mg tid. What is the recommended;minimum dose per day?Choose one answer.a. 109 mgb. 215 mgc. 420 mgQuestion 8Calculate;the amount of concentrate and diluent for each of the following;compounds. A drug is supplied as a 40 mg/mL solution in a 50 mL vial.;You need to make 10mL of a 10mg/mL solution. How much concentrate and;diluent will be needed?Choose one answer.a. c=7.5mL d=2.5mLb. c=2.5mL d=7.5mLc. c= 4 mL d=6 mLQuestion 9Calculate;the amount of concentrate and diluent for each of the following;compounds. Prepare 8 mL of a 5 mg/mL hydrocortisone solution from a 100;mg/2 mL stock solution. How many milliliters of hydrocortisone and;diluent are needed?Choose one answer.a. H=0.2 mL D=7.8 mLb. H=2 mL D=6.1 mLc. H=0.8 mL D=7.2 mLQuestion 11Calculate the amount of drug in a ratio solution. How many micrograms are in 1 mL of a 1:5000 solution?Choose one answer.a. 20 mcgb. 200 mcgc. 2000 mcgQuestion 12Calculate the amount of drug in milligrams for the following dispensed containers. Ketoconazole 2%, 7 fl oz shampoo.Choose one answer.a. 4.2 mgb. 4200 mgc. 4.2 mgQuestion 13Calculate the amount of medication in the following doses. How many milligrams are in 1 tbsp of a 0.5% drug product?Choose one answer.a. 0.075 mgb. 7.5 mgc. 75 mgQuestion 14Calculate;the following BSA-based doses based on the provided recommended dose.;Methotrexate is to be given at 3.3 mg/m2 The patient has a BSA of 0.83;m2. What will the dose be?Choose one answer.a. 2.74 mgb. 27.4 mgc. 0.27 mgQuestion 15Calculate;the following BSA-based doses based on the provided recommended dose.;The medication order for a patient says that the dose is to be based on;100 mg/m2. If this patient has a BSA of 0.85 m2, how much will be;prepared?Choose one answer.a. 850 mgb. 8.5 mgc. 85 mgQuestion 16Calculate;the following doses in mg/mL and then determine the infusion rate in;mL/hr. Medication order: cefotetan 2 g Q12 hours over 30 min. Available;stock: cetofetan 2 g in 50 mLChoose one answer.a. 40 mg/mL, 50 mL/hrb. 40 mg/mL, 100 mL/hrc. 200 mg/mL, 100 mL/hrQuestion 17Calculate the following. If a patient drinks 8 fl oz of 2% milk, how many grams of fat were consumed?Choose one answer.a. 8.4gb. 4.8 gc. 16 gQuestion 18Calculate;the following weight-based doses based on the provided recommended;dose. A patient weighs 68.64 kg and is to be dosed at 125 mg/kg. How;many milligrams is this?Choose one answer.a. 8500 mgb. 8580 mgc. 858 mgQuestion 19Calculate;the following weight-based doses based on the provided recommended;dose. A postsurgical patient is to receive 125 mg/kg per day of;cephalosporin divided into six doses daily. What will each dose be for a;patient weighing 87 kg?Choose one answer.a. 1812.5 mgb. 1800 mgc. 2718.75 mgQuestion 20Calculate the percentage of dextrose if 45g are added to 500 mL of sterile water.Choose one answer.a. 90%b. 9%c. 0.9%Question 21Calculate the percentage of drug in the following drug formulations. Morphine sulfate 10 mg/2.5 mLChoose one answer.a. 0.4%b. 4%c. 4.4%Question 24:Determine the infusion rates in drops per minute for the following order. Give 60 mL over 30 minutes using a 10 drop set.Choose one answer.a. 30 gtts/minb. 20 gtts/minc. 10 gtts/minQuestion 25Express;the following as weight-in-weight, weight-in-volume, or;volume-in-volume percentages. Express ciclopirox 8% topical solution as a;weight-in-volume (w/v).Choose one answer.a. 8 mg/100 mlb. 8 g/100 mlc. 80 g/ 100 mlQuestion 26How many grams of dextrose are in the following volumes of D10W (10%)2300 mL?Choose one answer.a. 23 gb. 230 gc. 2300 gQuestion 27How many grams of dextrose are in the following volumes of D5W (5%) 385 mL?Choose one answer.a. 192 gb. 1.92 gc. 19.25 gQuestion 28How many grams of NaCl are in the following volumes of 1/2NS (0.45%) 2600 mL?Choose one answer.a. 26 gb. 11.7 gc. 1.7 gQuestion 29How many grams of NaCl are in the following volumes of NS (0.9%) 250 mL?Choose one answer.a. 2.25 gb. 4.25 gc. 0.3 gQuestion 32If 2000 mL is to be administered over 8 hours, what is the infusion rate in milliliters per hour?Choose one answer.a. 500 mL/hrb. 200 mL/hrc. 250 mL/hrQuestion 33Interpret the following prescriptions and provide the requested rates.Medication: Solu-Cortef (hydrocortisone) 250 mgFluid volume: 250 mLTime of infusion: 4 hrHow many milliliters per hour?Choose one answer.a. 60 mLb. 62.5 mLc. 65 mLQuestion 34Interpret;the following prescriptions and provide the requested rates.;Medication: Intropin (dopamine hydrochloride) 800 mg, Dose: 12;mcg/kg/min, Patient weight: 198 lb, Fluid volume: 500 mL. How many;milliliters per hour?Choose one answer.a. 60.5 mL/hrb. 20 mL/hrc. 40.5 mL/hrQuestion 35Using the above information, how many milligrams per hour?Choose one answer.a. 64.8 mg/hrb. 42.4 mg/hrc. 75 mg/hrQuestion 43.Use the alligation method to answer the following;problems. Prepare 400 mL of D8W from D20W and sterile water for;injection (SWFI). How much of each will be needed? (Note: water is;considered to be 0% solution.)Choose one answer.a. D=160 mL, SW=240 mLb. D=200 mL, SW=200 mLc. D=230 mL, SW =170 mLQuestion 41.Prepare 500 mL of a 15% dextrose solution using D5W and D50W. How much of each solution will be needed?Choose one answer.a. D50=111 mL, D5=389 mLb. D50=100 mL, D5=400 mLc. D50=150 mL, D5=350 mLQuestion 39.Prepare 30 mL of a 1:200 solution by combining a 1:10 and a 1:400 solution. How much of each solution will be needed?Choose one answer.a. 1:10=0.77 mL, 1:400=29.23 mLb. 1:10=1 mL, 1:400=29 mLc. 1:10=1.4 mL, 1:400=28.6 mLQuestion 40Prepare 500 mL of 12.5% dextrose using D10W and D20W. How much of each is needed?Choose one answer.a. D20 = 100 mL, D10=400 mLb. 20%=125 mL, 10%=375 mLc. D20=150 mL, D10=350 mLQuestion 36Perform;the necessary calculations to answer the following. A 20% potassium;chloride solution has a strength of 40 mEq in 15 mL. If you fill an;order for 20 mEq, how many milliliters are needed?Choose one answer.a. 7.5 mLb. 10 mLc. 15 mLQuestion 37Perform;the necessary calculations to answer the following. Bicillin CR is;given as an intramuscular injection preparation. It comes as 600,000;units/mL and the dose is 1.5 million units. What is the volume to be;administered?Choose one answer.a. 2.5 mLb. 2 mLc. 3.5 mLQuestion 30How many milliliters are needed to provide 2.5 g of medication if the solution available is 750 mg/4 mL?Choose one answer.a. 13.3 mLb. 0.3 mLc. 1.3 mLQuestion 31How many milliliters are needed to provide 80 mg of medication if the solution available is 100 mg/5 mL?Choose one answer.a. 4 mLb. 6 mLc. 9 mLQuestion 22Calculate the quantity of drug in an injectable solution. How many milligrams are in 2.8 mL of a 5 g/10 mL solution?Choose one answer.a. 1 mgb. 4 mgc. 1400 mgQuestion 23Calculate;the volume of solution needed for each requested dose. How many;milliliters of 1:300 solution are needed to provide a 600 mg dose?Choose one answer.a. 18 mLb. 1800 mLc. 180 mLQuestion 10Calculate the amount of drug in a ratio solution. How many micrograms are in 1.4 mL of a 1:2000 solution?Choose one answer.a. 70 mcgb. 7000 mcgc. 700 mcgQuestion 42Prepare 5 mL of a 5 mcg/mL dilution from a stock drug of 50 mcg/mL. How much drug and diluent are needed?Choose one answer.a. drug=0.5 mL dil= 4.5 mLb. drug=1 mL dil= 4mLc. drug=4mL dil=1mLQuestion 44Use the correct formula to determine the following BSA (m2) values. (Round to the hundredth place) Adult: 71 inches, 76 kgChoose one answer.a. 1.59 m2b. 3.79 m2c. 1.95 m2Question 45Use;the correct formula to determine the following BSA (m2) values. (Round;to the hundredth place) Child of normal height and weight: 34 inches;32 lbChoose one answer.a. 5.8 m2b. 0.59 m2c. 0.35 m2Question 46Use;the following formula to prepare 150 vaginal suppositories. How much of;each ingredient will you weigh out? Progesterone 2.4 g Polythylene;glycol 3350 30 g Polyethylene glycol 1000 90 g Yields 30 vaginal;suppositoriesChoose one answer.a. 4.8g, 60g, 180gb. 12g, 150g, 450gc. 6g, 75g, 225gQuestion 47Using;the alligation medial method, determine the resulting concentration for;each of the following compounds. You have mixed equal parts of a 20%;and a 5% benzocaine ointment. What is the resulting concentration?Choose one answer.a. 10%b. 12%c. 12.5%Question 48You;have mixed 1 L of solution containing 15% alcohol, 500 mL of solution;containing 3 % alcohol, and 300 mL of solution containing 70% alcohol.;What is the resulting concentration?Choose one answer.a. 20.8%b. 29.3%c. 40.2%Question 49Prepare 1 L of an 80% alcohol from a 70% solution and a 100% solution. How much of each do you need to measure out?Choose one answer.a. 100% = 350 mL, 70% = 650 mLb. 100% = 333 mL, 70% = 667 mLc. 100% = 300 mL, 70% = 700 mLQuestion 50How many milligrams are in 1.3 mL of an 80mg/2mL solution?Choose one answer.a. 52 mgb. 5.2 mgc. 25 mg

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