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# Clinical Calculations 7^{th} Edition Kee Marshall Test Bank

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**Chapter 10: Intravenous Preparations with Clinical Applications**

**SHORT ANSWER**

**Hours to Administer**

- Rate: TPN 1000 mL at 30 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

ANS:

- Rate: D
_{5}1000 mL at 100 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

ANS:

- Rate: D
_{5}1000 mL at 125 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

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- Rate: D
_{5}W 500 mL at 20 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

ANS:

- Rate: LRS 1000 mL at 90 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

ANS:

- Rate: D
_{10}W 1000 mL at 40 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

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- Rate: D
_{5}W 1000 mL at 50 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

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- Rate: D
_{5}LRS 1000 mL at 150 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

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- Rate: D
_{5}1000 mL at 60 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

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- Rate: NSS 1000 mL at 80 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

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- Rate: NS 1500 mL at 125 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

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- Rate: TPN 1500 mL at 60 mL/hr

How many hours are required to administer this fluid at the given rate?

ANS:

**Direct IV Injection (IV Push)**

**Calculate the number of milliliters needed for each intravenous dose for direct IV push. Use either the basic formula, ratio and proportion, fractional equation, or dimensional analysis methods.**

- Atropine sulfate 0.6 mg, IV push

Available: 1 mg/10 mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Lidocaine 80 mg, IV push

Available: 100 mg/10 mL

Amount:

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- Atropine sulfate 0.5 mg, IV push

Available: 1 mg/10 mL

Amount:

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- Epinephrine 0.75 mg, IV push

Available: 1:10,000

Amount:

ANS:

- Midazolam 2 mg, IV push

Available: 5 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Lasix 80 mg, IV push

Available: 100 mg/10 mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Adenosine 6 mg, rapid IV push

Available: 3 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Adenosine 12 mg, rapid IV push

Available: 3 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Magnesium sulfate 3 g, IV push

Available: 1 g/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Gentamycin 75 mg, IV push

Available: 40 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Methylprednisone sodium 80 mg, IV push

Available: 125 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Metoprolol tartrate 5 mg, IV push

Available: 1 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Verapamil HCl 0.15 mg/kg, IV push

Patient weight: 75 kg

Available: 2.5 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Lidocaine 75 mg, IV push

Available: 100 mg/10 mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Hydralazine HCl 15 mg, slow IV push

Available: 20 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Flumazenil 0.2 mg, IV push

Available: 0.1 mg/mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Digoxin 1 mg, IV push

Available: 0.5 mg/2 mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Digibind 800 mg, IV push

Available: 10 mg/mL after reconstitution

Amount:

ANS:

- Digoxin 0.125 mg, IV push

Available: 0.5 mg/2 mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Sodium bicarbonate 1 mEq/kg, IV push

Patient weight: 70 kg

Available: 44.6 mEq/50 mL

Amount:

ANS:

1 mEq/kg ´ 70 kg = 70 mEq

- Phenytoin 900 mg, IV push at 50 mg/min

Available: 50 mg/mL

How many milliliters are needed for each IV dose?

ANS:

- Phenobarbital 10 mg/kg, IV infusion not to exceed 50 mg/min

Patient weight: 65 kg

Available: 30 mg/mL

- How many milliliters are needed for each IV dose?
- The IV drug dose should be administered over how many minutes?

ANS:

- 10 mg/kg ´ 65 kg = 650 mg

- Amrinone 0.75 mg/kg

Patient weight: 75 kg

Available: 5 mg/mL

How many milliliters are needed for each IV dose?

ANS:

**Direct IV Infusion (IV Push)**

- Torsemide 25 mg IV push over 2 minutes

Available: Torsemide 50 mg/mL in 5 mL

- Amount:
- How many mL/min?

ANS:

- Toradol 15 mg IV over 1 minute

Available: Toradol 30 mg in 2 mL

Amount:

ANS:

- Metoprolol 2.5 mg IV over 2 minutes

Available: Metoprolol 1 mg/mL in 5 mL

- Amount:
- How many milliliters per minute?

ANS:

- Milrinone 4 mg IV. Dilute in 6 mL NS for a total volume of 10 mL, and give over 10 minutes.

Available: 1 mg/mL in 10 mL

- Amount:
- How many milliliters per minute?

ANS:

- Ondansetron 4 mg over 2 minutes

Available: 2 mg/mL in 20 mL vial

- Amount:
- How many milliliters per minute?

ANS:

- Morphine 2 mg IV

Available: 10 mg in 1 mL

ANS:

- Demerol 35 mg IV

Available: 100 mg in 2 mL

ANS:

- Dilaudid 3 mg IV

Available: 4 mg/mL

ANS:

- Diamox 375 mg IV

Available: 500 mg/5 mL

ANS:

- Versed 2 mg IV

Available: 10 mg/2 mL

ANS:

2 mg

10 mg ´ 2 mL = 0.4 mL

- Sublimaze/fentanyl 70 mcg IV

Available: 100 mcg/2 mL

ANS:

- Zofran 6 mg IV

Available: 2 mg/mL in 20 mL vial

ANS:

- Anectine/succinylcholine 0.6 mg/kg for a 70 kg patient

Available: 20 mg/mL in a 10 mL vial

ANS:

0.6 mg/kg ´ 70kg = 42 mg

- Fentanyl 100 mcg IV

Available: 250 mcg/5 mL

ANS:

- Solu-Medrol 40 mg IV over 1 minute

Available: 125 mg/2 mL

ANS:

- D
_{10}W at 40 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 10 gtt/min
- 13 gtt/min
- 40 gtt/min

- D
_{5}LRS at 100 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 25 gtt/min
- 33 gtt/min
- 100 gtt/min

- D
_{5}W at 80 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 20 gtt/min
- 26.6 gtt/min or 27 gtt/min
- 80 gtt/min

- D
_{5}NS at 125 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 31 gtt/min
- 41.6 gtt/min or 42 gtt/min
- 125 gtt/min

- D
_{5}LRS at 150 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 38 gtt/min
- 50 gtt/min
- 150 gtt/min

- NSS at 200 mL/hr
- 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 50 gtt/min
- 66.6 gtt/min or 67 gtt/min
- 200 gtt/min

- D
_{5}at 75 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 19 gtt/min
- 25 gtt/min
- 75 gtt/min

- PSS at 500 mL/hr
- 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 125 gtt/min (too rapid to count)
- 166.6 gtt/min or 167 gtt/min (too rapid to count)
- 500 gtt/min (too rapid to count)

- D
_{5}W at 30 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 8 gtt/min
- 10 gtt/min
- 30 gtt/min

- D
_{5}W at 60 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 15 gtt/min
- 20 gtt/min
- 60 gtt/min

- D
_{5}NS at 150 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 38 gtt/min
- 50 gtt/min
- 150 gtt/min (too rapid to count)

- D
_{10}W at 50 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 13 gtt/min
- 16.6 gtt/min or 17 gtt/min
- 50 gtt/min

- NSS at 1000 mL/hr
- 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 250 gtt/min (too rapid to count)
- 333 gtt/min (too rapid to count)
- 1000 gtt/min (too rapid to count)

Monitor infusion wide open.

- D
_{5}W at 20 mL/hr - 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 5 gtt/min
- 7 gtt/min
- 20 gtt/min

- LRS at 90 mL/hr
- 10 gtt/mL?
- 15 gtt/mL?
- 20 gtt/mL?
- 60 gtt/mL?

ANS:

- 23 gtt/min
- 30 gtt/min
- 90 gtt/min

**Intravenous Antibiotics**

- Give amikacin 800 mg IV, now.

Available: amikacin 500 mg/2 mL

Set and solution: D_{5}W 150 mL bag and a drop factor of 15 gtt/mL set

Instructions: infuse over 60 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- Give amphotericin B 20 mg IV daily.

Available: amphotericin B 50 mg/15 mL

Set and solution: D_{5}W 500 mL bag and a drop factor of 10 gtt/mL set

Instructions: infuse over 6 hours.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 6 mL
- 13.8 gtt/min or 14 gtt/min

- Give ampicillin 500 mg IV q6h.

Available: ampicillin 1 g, add 4.5 mL of diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a drop factor of 60 gtt/mL and NSS 500 mL

Instructions: dilute drug in 50 mL and infuse over 15 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 2.5 mL
- 200 gtt/min

- Give cefazolin 1 g IV q8h.

Available: cefazolin 1 g, add 4.5 mL of diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a drop factor of 60 gtt/mL and D_{5}W 500 mL

Instructions: dilute drug in 50 mL and infuse over 40 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 5 mL
- 75 gtt/min

- Give aztreonam 1 g IV q8h.

Available: aztreonam 1 g, add 4.5 mL of diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a drop factor of 60 gtt/mL and D_{5}W 500 mL

Instruction: dilute drug in 50 mL and infuse over 20 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 5 mL
- 150 gtt/min

- Give Bactrim 400 mg IV q6h.

Available: Bactrim 400 mg/5 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a drop factor of 60 gtt/mL and D_{5}W 500 mL

Instructions: dilute drug in 125 mL and infuse over 90 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 5 mL
- 83.3 gtt/min or 83 gtt/min

- Give cefotetan 2 g IV q8h.

Available: cefotetan 1 g, add 4.5 mL of diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a drop factor of 60 gtt/mL and D_{5}W 500 mL

Instructions: dilute drug in 75 mL and infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL; 10 mL + 75 mL = 85 mL
- 170 gtt/min

- Give clindamycin 300 mg IV q8h.

Available: clindamycin 600 mg/4 mL

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of D_{5}W and a 20 gtt/mL set

Instructions: infuse over 20 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 2 mL
- 100 gtt/min

- Give clindamycin 900 mg IV q12h.

Available: clindamycin 600 mg/4 mL

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of D_{5}W and a 10 gtt/mL set

Instructions: infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 6 mL
- 33.3 gtt/min or 33 gtt/min

- Give erythromycin 500 mg IV q6h.

Available: erythromycin 1 g, add 4.5 mL diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a 60 gtt/mL drop factor and NSS 500 mL

Instructions: dilute in 100 mL and infuse over 60 min.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 2.5 mL
- 100 gtt/min

- Give ceftazidime 2 g q8h.

Available: ceftazidime 1 g, add 4.5 mL diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of NSS and a set with a drop factor of 20 gtt/mL

Instructions: dilute in 100 mL NSS and infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL
- 73.3 gtt/min or 73 gtt/min

- Give gentamycin 60 mg q12h.

Available: gentamycin 80 mg/2 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a 60 gtt/mL drop factor and D_{5}W 500 mL

Instructions: dilute in 50 mL and infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 1.5 mL
- 100 gtt/min

- Give gentamycin 120 mg q12h.

Available: gentamycin 80 mg/2 mL

Set and solution: 200 mL bag NSS and a 20 gtt/mL drop factor set

Instructions: infuse over 60 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 3 mL
- 66.6 gtt/min or 67 gtt/min

- Give nafcillin 1 g q4h.

Available: nafcillin 1 g, add 2 mL diluent to yield 3 mL

Set and solution: D_{5}W 50 mL bag and a set with a 60 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 60 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 3 mL
- 50 gtt/min

- Give nafcillin 250 mg q4h.

Available: nafcillin 500 mg and 1.8 mL diluent to yield 2 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a 60 gtt/mL drop factor and NSS 500 mL

Instructions: dilute in 50 mL and infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 1 mL
- 100 gtt/min

- Give piperacillin/tazobactam (Zosyn) 2 g, IV, q6h.

Available: reconstitute each 1 g with 5 mL of diluent

Set and solution: 50 mL of 0.9% NaCl or D_{5}W with drop factor 15 gtt/mL

Instructions: dilute drug in 50 mL; infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL

- Give imipenem-cilastatin 500 mg q6h.

Available: imipenem-cilastatin 1 g, add 2 mL diluent to yield 3 mL

Set and solution: D_{5}W 100 mL bag and a 10 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 20 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 1.5 mL
- 50 gtt/min

- Give ceftriaxone 2 g q12h.

Available: ceftriaxone 1 g, add 5 mL to each vial

Set and solution: Buretrol with a 60 gtt/mL drop factor and NSS 500 mL bag

Instructions: dilute with 75 mL and infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL; 10 mL + 75 mL = 85 mL
- 170 gtt/min

- Give tetracycline 250 mg IV q6h.

Available: tetracycline 500 mg, add 1.8 mL diluent to yield 2 mL

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 20 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 60 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 1 mL
- 33.3 33 gtt/min

- Give tobramycin (Nebcin) 60 mg IV q6h.

Available: see label below.

Set and solution: 50 mL bag D_{5}W and a set with a 15 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: dilute with 50 mL and infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 1.5 mL
- 25 gtt/min

- Give ticarcillin 4 g IV q6h.

Available: ticarcillin 6 g, add 8 mL diluent to yield 10 mL

Set and solution: 50 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 10 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 6.6 mL
- 18.8 gtt/min or 19 gtt/min

- Give vancomycin 500 mg q6h.

Available: vancomycin 500 mg, add 4.5 mL diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 10 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 60 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 5 mL
- 16.6 gtt/min or 17 gtt/min

- Give vancomycin 1.5 g q12h.

Available: vancomycin 500 mg, add 4.5 mL to each vial to yield 5 mL/vial. Add medication to infusion volume for the total IV volume.

Set and solution: 250 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 10 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 2 hours.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 15 mL
- 21 gtt/min

- Give rifampin 600 mg daily.

Available: rifampin 600 mg, add 5 mL diluent

Set and solution: 500 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 15 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 3 hours.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 5 mL
- 41.6 gtt/min or 42 gtt/min

- Give cefotaxime 2 g q6h.

Available: cefotaxime 1 g, add 5 mL diluent to each vial

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 15 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL; 10 mL + 100 mL = 110 mL
- 55 gtt/min

- Give cephalothin 2 g q6h.

Available: cephalothin 1 g, add 5 mL diluent to each vial

Set and solution: Buretrol with a 60 gtt/mL drop factor and D_{5}W 500 mL

Instructions: dilute with 75 mL and infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL
- 170 gtt/min

- Give cefuroxime 750 mg q8h.

Available: cefuroxime 1 g, add 4.5 mL diluent to yield 5 mL

Set and solution: Buretrol with a 60 gtt/mL drop factor and D_{5}W 500 mL

Instructions: dilute with 50 mL and give over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 3.75 mL
- 100 gtt/min

- Give cephapirin 500 mg q4h.

Available: see label below.

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 20 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 20 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 2.5 mL
- 100 gtt/min

- Give cephradine 1 g q6h.

Available: cephradine 500 mg, add 4.5 mL diluent to each vial to yield 5 mL/vial

Set and solution: 50 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 15 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL
- 30 gtt/min

- Give cefoperazone 2 g q12h.

Available: cefoperazone 1 g, add 4.5 mL to each vial to yield 5 mL/vial

Set and solution: 50 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 15 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 10 mL; 10 mL + 50 mL = 60 mL
- 30 gtt/min

- Give oxacillin 250 mg IV q4h.

Available: see label below.

Set and solution: 100 mL bag of D_{5}W and a set with a 20 gtt/mL drop factor

Instructions: infuse over 30 minutes.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 1.5 mL
- 66.6 gtt/min or 67 gtt/min

- Give minocycline 200 mg IV, now.

Available: minocycline 100 mg, add 2 mL diluent per vial

Set and solution: 500 mL NSS and a set with a drop factor of 10 gtt/mL

Instructions: infuse over 1 hour.

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 4 mL
- 83.3 gtt/min or 83 gtt/min

- Give levofloxacin 500 mg IV q day ´ 1 over 90 min.

Available: levofloxacin (Levaquin) 500 mg in 100 mL premixed bag

Set: 20 gtt set for volumetric pump

- What is the correct drug dose?
- What is the flow rate in gtt/min?

ANS:

- 22.2 = 22 gtt/min

- Flagyl 7.5 mg/kg for a 60 kg patient, in 100 mL NS infuse over 1 hour

Available: 500 mg powder vial, reconstitute with 4.4 mL sterile water for 100 mg/mL

Use a 60 gtt/mL set.

ANS:

7.5 mg/kg ´ 60 kg = 450 mg

- Micafungin 150 mg IV daily, in 100 mL NS and infuse over 1 hour. Add medication volume to IV fluid.

Available: 50 mg powder vials, reconstitute with 5 mL sterile water

Use a 60 gtt/mL set.

ANS:

Total to infuse 100 mL +15 mL = 115 mL

- Tobramycin 5 mg/kg/day in divided doses q8h for a 95 kg patient; dilute each dose with 100 mL

Available: 1.2 g powder vial reconstitute with 30 mL sterile water for 40 mg/mL

Use a Buretrol 60 gtt/mL set.

ANS:

5 mg/kg ´ 95 kg = 475 mg/day or 158 mg q8h

- Levofloxacin (Levaquin) 750 mg over 90 minutes in D
_{5}W to make a total of 150 mL

Available: 500 mg/20 mL vials

Use a Buretrol 60 gtt/mL set.

ANS:

- Ertapenem (Invanz) 1g IV over 30 minutes

Available: 1 g powdered vial, reconstitute with 10 mL sterile water, then add to 50 mL D_{5}W and infuse total amount.

Use 60 gtt/mL set.

ANS:

- Erythromycin 750 mg in 250 mL NS over 2 hours

Available: 1 g powdered vial, reconstitute with 20 mL sterile water for 50 mg/mL.

Use a 15 gtt/mL set.

ANS:

**Intravenous Electrolytes**

- Calcium gluconate 3 g in 250 mL D
_{5}W and infuse over 12 hours via IV pump.

Available: 5000 mg/mL

ANS:

- Calcium chloride 500 mg IV; give 1 mL/min over 5 minutes.

Available: 100 mg/mL

ANS:

- Potassium phosphate 30 mmol IV in 250 mL over 10 hours.

Available: 15 mmol/5 mL P; 22 mEq/5 mL K^{+} in 5 mL

ANS:

- Sodium phosphate 15 mmol IV in 100 mL D
_{5}W over 2 hours

Available: 3 mmol P and mEq Na/mL in 1 mL

ANS: