Flash. Math and CalculationJesus PerezAugust 10, 2023 Welcome to your Flash. Math and Calculation 1. Flashcard# 1. Math and CalculationConvert 1000 milligrams (mg) to grams (g).1 gram (g). 2. Flashcard# 2. Math and CalculationA medication order states to administer 500 mg of a drug. On hand, you have 1 g tablets. How many tablets will you administer?0.5 tablet. 3. Flashcard# 3. Math and CalculationIf an IV solution has a drop factor of 15 gtt/mL and you need to administer 900 mL over 6 hours, how many drops per minute should be administered?37.5 gtt/min. 4. Flashcard# 4. Math and CalculationUsing the formula: Flow rate (mL/hr) = Total Volume (mL) Time (hr) Flow rate (mL/hr)= Time (hr) Total Volume (mL) If a patient needs 1000 mL of fluid over 4 hours, what is the flow rate?250 mL/hr. 5. Flashcard# 5. Math and CalculationConvert 5 liters (L) to milliliters (mL).5,000 mL. 6. Flashcard# 6. Math and CalculationFor a medication infusion, the IV pump is set at 125 mL/hr. How many mL will be infused in 3.5 hours?437.5 mL. 7. Flashcard# 7. Math and CalculationThe doctor prescribes 2 micrograms/kg/min of a medication for a patient weighing 70 kg. If the medication is available in a concentration of 400 micrograms/mL, how many mL/hr should the IV pump be set at?26.25 mL/hr. 8. Flashcard# 8. Math and CalculationUsing the formula for IV drop rate: Drop rate (gtt/min) = Flow rate (mL/hr) x Drop factor (gtt/mL) 60 Drop rate (gtt/min)= 60 Flow rate (mL/hr) x Drop factor (gtt/mL) If you need a flow rate of 50 mL/hr and are using tubing with a drop factor of 20 gtt/mL, how many drops per minute do you need?16.67 gtt/min. 9. Flashcard# 9. Math and CalculationHow many milligrams are in 3 grams?3,000 mg. 10. Flashcard# 10. Math and CalculationIf an IV bag has 250 mL of solution and you've been infusing it at 50 mL/hr on an IV pump, how long will it take to infuse completely?5 hours. 11. Flashcard# 11. Math and CalculationA medication is ordered at 4 mg/kg. If a child weighs 20 kg, how many mg of the medication will the child receive?80 mg. 12. Flashcard# 12. Math and CalculationIf an IV solution has a drop factor of 10 gtt/mL and you need to administer 600 mL over 2 hours, how many drops per minute should be administered?50 gtt/min. 13. Flashcard# 13. Math and CalculationUsing the formula: Dose on hand (mg/mL) = Amount on hand (mg) Volume on hand (mL) Dose on hand (mg/mL)= Volume on hand (mL) Amount on hand (mg) If you have 500 mg of a medication in a 2 mL vial, what is the concentration of the drug?250 mg/mL. 14. Flashcard# 14. Math and CalculationConvert 2.5 kilograms (kg) to grams (g).2,500 g. 15. Flashcard# 15. Math and CalculationIf a medication is to be administered over 30 minutes and the drop factor of the IV set is 60 gtt/mL, how many drops per minute should be administered if the total volume to be given is 100 mL?200 gtt/min. 1 out of 15 Please fill in the comment box below. Time's up