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What is the most important consideration when using a calculator for drug dosages?

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B) Ensure the numbers are entered in the correct order.

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Remember that math problems are punched into the calculator just like they are written or just like you would say them out loud. For example, 24 12 is punched in as 2, 4, , 1, 2 = answer. If you punch in either of the numbers backwards (e.g., 4, 2, 1, 2 or 2, 4, , 2, 1) the answer will be wrong.

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What specific safety technique is always used when calculating an insulin dose?

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C) Have another health care professional check the dose.

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Insulin is a high alert (PINCH) drug that can cause serious damage if the wrong dose is administered. Always have another health care professional double check the dose you calculate by independently re-calculating the dose and comparing it to the dose you calculated.

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What is the best definition of a fraction?

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A) Part of a whole number obtained by dividing one number by a larger number

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A fraction is always a part of a whole number. A proper faction is always less than a single whole number.

In the equation 2X = , which element is the numerator?

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What is the lowest common denominator for the fraction series of 10/15, 9/27, 10/30, 34/51?

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What is the correct response when , , and 2 are added together and then reduced to the lowest terms?

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A patient is prescribed aspirin 650 mg orally. The aspirin form on hand is 325 mg/tablet. How many tablets does the nurse give this patient? _____ tablet(s)

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A patient is prescribed 160 mg of acetaminophen (Tylenol). The drug on hand is acetaminophen . How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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A patient is prescribed 0.0625 mg of digoxin (Lanoxin). The drug on hand is digoxin 0.05 mg/mL. How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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A patient is prescribed 750 mg of amoxicillin (Amoxil). The drug on hand is amoxicillin . How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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A pediatric patient is prescribed 20 mg of acetaminophen (Tylenol). The drug on hand is acetaminophen . How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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A pediatric patient is prescribed 0.004 mg of digoxin (Lanoxin) orally as a one-time dose now. The drug on hand is digoxin 0.05 mg/mL. How many drops does the nurse administer? _____ gtt

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An infant is prescribed 50 mg of amoxicillin (Amoxil). The drug on hand is amoxicillin . How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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A patient is prescribed 4 mg of morphine IV. The drug on hand is morphine 10 mg in a 1-mL syringe. How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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A patient is prescribed 25 mg of meperidine (Demerol) IV. The drug on hand is meperidine 100 mg/mL. How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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A patient is prescribed 2000 units of heparin subcutaneously. The drug on hand is heparin 5000 units/mL. How many milliliters does the nurse administer? _____ mL

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