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A mother reports that her child has a temperature of 105.2 Fahrenheit. What Centigrade temperature will the nurse report to the childs physician?
The prescriber tells a patient to call if a temperature higher than 39 Centigrade develops. The patient asks the nurse what this temperature is in Fahrenheit. What is the nurses response?
Why does the nurse teach a patient to use a small medication cup to measure a liquid drug rather than a tableware teaspoon?
An infant is to receive 6 mg of a liquid drug that is available in the strength of 10 mg/mL. How many drops (gtt) of this drug does the nurse administer to the infant?
The nurse is mixing a dry drug in a vial with 1 ounce of the accompanying diluting fluid (diluent). How many milliliters does the nurse add to the dry drug in the vial?
What technique does the nurse use when measuring a liquid drug in a medicine cup to ensure an accurate dose?
A patient is prescribed 500 mg of amoxicillin (Amoxil). The amoxicillin on hand is . How many milliliters does the nurse administer for this patient?
What is the weight in kilograms for a patient who weighs 185 lb?
A newborn infant weights 1.982 kg. What is this infants weight in pounds?
A patient is prescribed potassium 15 mEq in an oral solution. How many ounces does the nurse administer to the patient from a solution of potassium with a strength of 20 mEq in 8 ounces? _____ ounces