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Chapter 01: Roman Numerals

COMPLETION

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and record the result in lowercase Roman numerals.

7 2 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and record the result in lowercase Roman numerals.

29 1 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and record the result in lowercase Roman numerals.

3 10 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and record the result in lowercase Roman numerals.

10 + 2 = _____

 

  1. Write the following Arabic number as a lowercase Roman numeral.

18 = _____

 

  1. Write the following Arabic number as a lowercase Roman numeral.

21 = _____

 

  1. Write the following Arabic number as a lowercase Roman numeral.

11 1/2  = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and record the result in lowercase Roman numerals.

6 3 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and record the result in lowercase Roman numerals.

30 6 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and record the result in lowercase Roman numerals.

12 2 = _____

 

Chapter 02: Fractions

COMPLETION

 

  1. Reduce the following fraction to lowest terms.

54/81 = _____

 

  1. Reduce the following fraction to lowest terms.

105/135 = _____

 

  1. Reduce the following fraction to lowest terms.

39/65 = _____

 

  1. Change the following improper fraction to a whole or mixed number.

325/16 = _____

 

  1. Change the following improper fraction to a whole or mixed number.

1,500/100 = _____

 

  1. Change the following improper fraction to a whole or mixed number.

193/62 = _____

 

  1. Change the following mixed number to an improper fraction.

12 1/8 = _____

 

  1. Change the following mixed number to an improper fraction.

29 2/3 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and reduce to lowest terms.

1/12 + 6/12 + 5/12 = ____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation and reduce to lowest terms.

3/8 1/3 = _____

 

Chapter 03: Decimals

 COMPLETION

 

  1. Change the following to a decimal. Carry division three places as indicated. Do not round off.

1/64 = _____

 

  1. Change the following to a decimal. Carry division three places as indicated. Do not round off.

5/18 = _____

 

  1. Change the following decimal to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms if indicated.

7.025 = _____

 

  1. Change the following decimal to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms if indicated.

0.0001 = _____

 

  1. Identify the decimal with the largest value in the following set.

0.6, 0.128 = _____

 

  1. Identify the decimal with the largest value in the following set.

0.7, 0.67, 0.86: _____

 

  1. Round off the following decimal to the nearest tenth.

3.539 = _____

 

  1. Round off the following decimal to the nearest thousandth.

0.6253 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation with decimals.

64.1 0.009 = _____

 

  1. Perform the indicated operation with decimals.

0.123 + 0.4 = _____

 

Chapter 04: Ratio and Proportion

COMPLETION

 

  1. Solve for x in the following.

11:121 = 3:x

x = _____

 

  1. Solve for x in the following.

4/2.6 = 5/x

x = _____

 

  1. Solve for x in the following.

0.5/0.125 = x/4

x = _____

 

  1. Solve for x in the following.

500:3 = 350:x

x = _____

  1. Express the following dosage as a ratio.

A capsule contains 450 mg of medication: _____

 

  1. Express the following dosage as a ratio.

An injectable solution contains 500 mg in each 0.7 mL: _____

 

  1. Solve for x.

2.2:1 = x:145

x = _____

 

  1. Solve for x.

 

  1. Solve for x. Round to the nearest tenth.

1:3.6 = x:170

x = _____

 

  1. Solve for x.

x = _____

 

Chapter 05: Percentages

 

COMPLETION

 

  1. Change the following percentage to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms.

37.5% = _____

 

  1. Find the following percentage.

% of 2,000= _____

 

  1. Find the following percentage.

16% of 79 = _____

 

  1. Find the following percentage.

8% of 32 = _____

 

  1. Change the following percentage to a ratio and its decimal equivalent.

8% = _____; _____

 

  1. Change the following percentage to a ratio and its decimal equivalent.

45% = _____; _____

 

  1. Change the following percentage to a ratio.

% = _____

 

  1. Change the following percentage to a ratio.

0.4% = _____

 

  1. Convert 84.75% to decimal form.

 

  1. Convert 42.5% to decimal form.

 

Chapter 06: Metric System

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. 0.6 mg is equivalent to:
a. 600 mcg c. 60 mcg
b. 6 mcg d. 0.0006 mcg

 

 

  1. The metric prefix for 0.001 is:
a. micro. c. kilo.
b. centi. d. milli.

 

 

  1. 60 mg is equivalent to:
a. 6 g c. 0.06 g
b. 0.6 g d. 0.0006 g

 

 

  1. Three and one-half kilograms
a. 3.5 kg c. 3  kg
b. 3.05 kg d. 3.5 kg

 

 

  1. Eight-tenths of a milliliter
a. 8/10 ml c. 0.8 mL
b. .8 mL d. ml 0.8

 

 

  1. Six-tenths of a liter
a. 0.6 L c. 0.60 L
b. 6/10 L d. 0.60 l

 

 

  1. One hundred forty-five micrograms
a. 145 mg c. 145.0 mg
b. 0.145 mcg d. 145 mcg

 

 

Chapter 07: Apothecary and Household Systems

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Write the abbreviation for the term.

drop: _____

 

  1. Directions: Write the abbreviation for the term.

teaspoon: _____

 

  1. Directions: Write the abbreviation for the term.

ounce: _____

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

30 mL = _____ oz

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

13 t = _______ mL

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

15 mL = _____ oz

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

2 3/4 C = ______ mL

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

10 tbs = _____ mL

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

50 mL = _____ qt

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

5 t = _____ mL

 

 Chapter 08: Converting Within and Between Systems

COMPLETION

 

  1. A clients intake was the following:

3/4 cup of coffee (1 cup = 8 oz)

1 can of ginger ale (1 can = 12 oz)

1/2 glass of cranberry juice (1 glass = 6 oz)

How many mL will you record on the intake and output (I&O) sheet? _____ mL

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

1 mg = _____ g

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

1,200 mL = ______ oz

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

4 1/4 qt = _____ mL

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

11 1/2 oz = ________ mL

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

28.3 kg = _____ lb

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

4,176 g = _____ kg

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

59 lb = _____ kg (Round answer to the nearest tenth)

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

0.005 g = _____ mg

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

 

0.3 mg = _____ g

 

Chapter 09: Additional Conversions Useful in the Health Care Setting

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

1 kg = _____ lb

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

1 cm = _____ mm

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

1 inch = _____ cm

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

16 oz = _____ lb

 

  1. Directions: Write the equivalent indicated.

40.5 cm ______ mm

 

  1. Directions: Convert the following temperature as indicated.

18 C = _____ F

 

  1. Directions: Convert the following temperature as indicated.

39 C = _____ F

 

  1. Directions: Convert the following temperature as indicated.

102 F = _____ C

 

  1. Directions: Convert the following temperature as indicated.

212 F = _____ C

 

  1. Directions: Convert the following temperature as indicated.

Store medication within a temperature range of 36 F and 41 F. ______ C

 

Chapter 10: Medication Administration

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: For the following scenario, identify which of the six rights of medication administration has been violated.

 

A nurse enters a room to administer medications to a client. The order is for Prednisolone 2.5 mg p.o. b.i.d. The nurse administers prednisone 25 mg p.o.: _______________, _______________.

 

  1. Directions: For the following scenario, identify which of the six rights of medication administration has been violated.

 

A nurse charts medications that she administered at 10 AM on October 1st for 10 AM on October 2nd: _______________.

 

  1. Directions: For the following scenario, identify which of the six rights of medication administration has been violated.

 

A nurse has an order for heparin 5,000 units subcut for a client in room 407 whose name is Henry Jones (initials HJ). The nurse enters room 408 and administers the medication to Horace Jackson (initials HJ): _______________.

 

  1. Directions: For the following scenario, identify which of the six rights of medication administration has been violated.

 

Medication ________________ avoids errors and assists in obtaining accurate medication histories of a client at transition points (admission, transfer, discharge).

 

  1. Directions: Complete the following sentence with the correct word or number.

 

When a verbal order is received by an authorized individual, the individual must do the following: (Write in the correct sequence.)  _______, _______, _______.

 

  1. Directions: Complete the following sentence with the correct word or number.

 

The use of mixed case or enlarged, bolded lettering to differentiate medications with look-alike names is called __________ lettering.

 

  1. Directions: Complete the following sentence with the correct word or number.

 

The use of posters and brochures to encourage clients to use strategies to avoid  medication errors is called the _____________ .

 

  1. Directions: Complete the following sentence with the correct word or number.

 

Administration of medications within 30 minutes of the scheduled time is referred to as the _____________ .

 

 Chapter 11: Understanding and Interpreting Medication Orders

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Give the abbreviation for the following.

Twice a day: _____

 

  1. Directions: Give the abbreviation for the following.

Every hour: _____

 

  1. Directions: Give the abbreviation for the following.

Every four hours: _____

 

  1. Directions: Give the abbreviation for the following.

Immediately: _____

 

  1. Complete the following sentence with the correct word or number. To ensure accuracy and prevent misinterpretation, place a _____ before the decimal point.

 

  1. Complete the following sentence with the correct word or number. A medication order is written without a frequency. The nurse should ______________________________.

 

  1. Verbal orders should be accepted only in _______________.

 

  1. CPOE is an abbreviation for _______________.

 

  1. Directions: For the following medication order indicate what component of the order is missing.

 

Demerol 75 mg IM prn.

 

  1. Directions: For the following medication order indicate what component of the order is missing.

 

Solu-Medrol 50 mg.


Chapter 12: Medication Administration Records and Medication Distribution Systems

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. What would be the appropriate interpretation for the following order? Demerol 50 mg IM stat? Administer:_______________
a. Demerol 50 mg IM when needed c. Demerol 50 mg IM on call to OR
b. Demerol 50 mg IM as desired d. Demerol 50 mg IM immediately

 

 

  1. A medicine ordered q6h would be given how many times a day? _____
a. 4 c. 8
b. 6 d. 12

 

 

  1. A client has a gastrostomy tube (GT) in place. The health care provider ordered the medication p.o. What action would be appropriate for the nurse to take?
a. Dilute the p.o. medication with water and administer by GT.
b. Administer the medication p.o. as ordered.
c. Clarify the order with the health care provider who wrote the order.
d. Clarify the order with the charge nurse.

 

 

  1. A client refuses a p.o. medication and provides the nurse with a reason for refusing the medication. What should the nurses action be?
a. Inform the client they cannot refuse a medication.
b. Report it to the nurse manager.
c. Administer the medication by an injectable route.
d. Document the refusal and inform the prescriber.

 

 

Chapter 13: Reading Medication Labels
COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. Form: _______________
  6. Total amount in container: _______________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. According to the label, who should not use this medication? _______________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. Form: _______________
  6. Total amount in container: ________________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. Form: _______________
  6. Total volume: _______________
  7. Directions for use: _______________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. Form: _______________
  6. Total volume: _______________
  7. Storage directions: ___________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength of oxycodone per tablet: _______________
  5. Dosage strength of acetaminophen per tablet: _______________
  6. Form: _______________
  7. What type of label is illustrated here? _______________
  8. Controlled drug schedule: ____________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength of amoxicillin: _______________
  5. Dosage strength of clavulanate potassium: _______________
  6. Form: _______________
  7. Total volume: _____________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. Form: _______________
  6. Total volume: _______________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. Form: _______________
  6. Directions for use: _______________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label to identify the information requested. If more than one answer is necessary, separate your answers with commas.
  2. Trade name: _______________
  3. Generic name: _______________
  4. Dosage strength: _______________
  5. Form: _______________
  6. Total volume: _______________

 

Chapter 14: Dosage Calculation Using the Ratio and Proportion Method

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Amoxil 0.5 g p.o. q6h

Available: Amoxil capsules labeled 250 mg per capsule

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Raloxifene HCl 60 mg p.o. b.i.d.

Available: Raloxifene HCl tablets labeled 60 mg per tablet

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Zofran 7 mg p.o. b.i.d.

Available: Zofran oral solution labeled 4 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Thorazine 25 mg p.o. t.i.d.

Available: Thorazine syrup labeled 10 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Compazine 8 mg p.o. stat

Available: Compazine syrup labeled 5 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Thorazine 15 mg IM stat

Available: Thorazine 25 mg per mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Clindamycin 0.6 g IV q12h

Available: Clindamycin 300 mg per 2 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Ketorolac 16 mg IV q6h p.r.n. for pain

Available:

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Calcijex 1.5 mcg IV daily on Mon., Wed., Fri.

Available: Calcijex 1 mcg per mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the ratio and proportion method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Ampicillin 0.375 g IM q6h

Available: Ampicillin 250 mg per mL

 

Chapter 15: Dosage Calculation Using the Formula Method

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Amoxil 0.5 g p.o. q6h

Available: Amoxil capsules labeled 250 mg per capsule

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Raloxifene HCl 60 mg p.o. b.i.d.

Available: Raloxifene HCl tablets labeled 60 mg per tablet

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Zofran 7 mg p.o. b.i.d.

Available: Zofran oral solution labeled 4 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Thorazine 25 mg p.o. t.i.d.

Available: Thorazine syrup labeled 10 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Compazine 8 mg p.o. stat

Available: Compazine syrup labeled 5 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Thorazine 15 mg IM stat

Available: Thorazine 25 mg per mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Clindamycin 0.6 g IV q12h

Available:

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Ketorolac 16 mg IV q6h p.r.n. for pain

Available:

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Calcijex 1.5 mcg IV daily on Mon., Wed., Fri.

Available: Calcijex 1 mcg per mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the formula method. Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

Order: Ampicillin 0.375 g IM q6h

Available: Ampicillin 250 mg per mL

 

Chapter 16: Dosage Calculation Using the Dimensional Analysis Method

COMPLETION

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Amoxil 0.5 g p.o. q6h

Available: Amoxil capsules labeled 250 mg per capsule

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Raloxifene HCl 60 mg p.o. b.i.d.

Available: Raloxifene HCl tablets labeled 60 mg per tablet

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Zofran 7 mg p.o. b.i.d.

Available: Zofran oral solution labeled 4 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Thorazine 25 mg p.o. t.i.d.

Available: Thorazine syrup labeled 10 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Compazine 8 mg p.o. stat

Available: Compazine syrup labeled 5 mg per 5 mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Thorazine 15 mg IM stat

Available: Thorazine 25 mg per mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Clindamycin 0.475 g IV q12h

Available:

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Ketorolac 16 mg IV q6h p.r.n. for pain

Available:

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Calcijex 1.5 mcg IV daily on Mon., Wed., Fri.

Available: Calcijex 1 mcg per mL

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage using the dimensional analysis method.  Round mL answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated

Order: Ampicillin 0.375 g IM q6h

Available: Ampicillin 250 mg per mL

 

Chapter 17: Oral Medications

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Complete with the correct word(s) or number.

An elongated tablet for easy swallowing is referred to as a _______________.

 

  1. Directions: Complete with the correct word(s) or number.

Enteric-coated tablets and time-release tablets should never be _______________.

 

  1. Directions: Complete with the correct word(s) or number.

Sublingual tablets must never be _______________ but placed _______________ the tongue.

 

  1. Directions: Complete with the correct word(s) or number.

The nurse should question and check any calculation that indicates you should administer more than ________ tablets or capsules to achieve a single dose.

 

  1. Directions: Complete with the correct word(s) or number.

The solid form of medication that contains granules that delays the release of the medication is referred to as a _______________.

 

  1. Directions: Complete with the correct word(s) or number.

The most common form of oral medication is the __________.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage. Use labels where provided. Round oral liquids to the nearest tenth as indicated.

Order: Ranitidine 300 mg p.o. daily at bedtime

Available:

Dosage: _____

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage. Use labels where provided. Round oral liquids to the nearest tenth as indicated.

Order: Evista 60 mg p.o. daily

Available:

Dosage: _____

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage. Use labels where provided. Round oral liquids to the nearest tenth as indicated.

Order: Tegretol 0.2 g p.o. b.i.d.

Available:

Dosage: _____

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the following dosage. Use labels where provided. Round oral liquids to the nearest tenth as indicated.

Order: Biaxin 175 mg p.o. q12h

Available:

Dosage: _____

 

Chapter 18: Parenteral Medications

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Refer to the diagram of the syringes provided to answer the following questions.

The nurse needs to withdraw 1.7 mL of medication into a syringe. The nurse fills the medication to which area on the syringe?

 

  1. Directions: Refer to the diagram of the syringes provided to answer the following questions.

The nurse needs to withdraw 0.65 mL of medication into a syringe. The nurse fills the medication to which area on the syringe?

 

  1. Directions: Refer to the diagram of the syringes provided to answer the following questions.

The nurse needs to withdraw 5.6 mL of medication into a syringe. The nurse fills the medication to which area on the syringe?

 

  1. Directions: Refer to the diagram of the syringes provided to answer the following questions.

The nurse needs to administer 31 units of Humulin Regular U-100. Indicate the correct syringe the nurse should choose to accurately withdraw the dosage. Shade in the dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosages, use labels where provided, and shade in the dosages on the syringe where provided. Round answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

How many milligrams of Diltiazem are contained in 2.5 mL? _____ mg

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosages, use labels where provided, and shade in the dosages on the syringe where provided. Round answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Atropine 0.5 mg IM stat

Available:

  1. How many milliliters will you administer? _____ mL
  2. Shade in the dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosages, use labels where provided, and shade in the dosages on the syringe where provided. Round answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Terbutaline 300 mcg subcut stat

Available: 

  1. How many milliliters will you administer? _____ mL
  2. Shade in the dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosages, use labels where provided, and shade in the dosages on the syringe where provided. Round answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Morphine 8 mg subcut q4h prn for pain

Available:

  1. How many milliliters will you administer? _____ mL
  2. Shade in the dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosages, use labels where provided, and shade in the dosages on the syringe where provided. Round answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Fosphenytoin 280 mg IV daily

Available:

  1. How many milliliters will you administer? _____ mL
  2. Shade in the dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosages, use labels where provided, and shade in the dosages on the syringe where provided. Round answers to the nearest tenth unless otherwise indicated.

 

Order: Lovenox 50 mg subcut b.i.d.

Available: Lovenox labeled 60 mg per 0.6 mL

  1. How many milliliters will you administer? _____ mL
  2. Shade in the dosage on the syringe.

 

Chapter 19: Reconstitution of Solutions

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Use the label (where provided) to obtain the necessary information. Round answers to the nearest tenth where indicated.

 

Order: cefazolin (Ancef) 0.375 g IM q6h

Available:

  1. How many milliliters of diluent will you add for IM use? _____ mL
  2. Why will the reconstituted volume be larger than the amount of diluent? __
  3. What is the dosage strength of the reconstituted solution? ___________
  4. What are the directions for use?
  5. How many milliliters will you administer? _____ mL

 

  1. Directions: Use the label (where provided) to obtain the necessary information. Round answers to the nearest tenth where indicated.

 

Order: Zosyn 3 g IV q6h

Available:

  1. How many milliliters of diluent should be used to reconstitute the solution? _____ mL
  2. What is the dosage strength of the prepared solution? _______________
  3. How many milliliters will you add to the IV? _____ mL

 

  1. Directions: Use the label (where provided) to obtain the necessary information. Round answers to the nearest tenth where indicated.

 

Order: Synagis 65 mg IM q8h

Available: Refer to label and package insert

  1. What diluent is recommended for reconstitution? ___________
  2. How much diluent must be added? ____________
  3. What is the dosage strength of the reconstituted solution? ______
  4. How many milliliters will you administer? ________
  5. How long is the reconstituted solution good for? ___________

 

  1. Directions: Use the label (where provided) to obtain the necessary information. Round answers to the nearest tenth where indicated.

 

Order: Vancomycin 0.85 g IV q12h

Available:

  1. How many milliliters of diluent are used to reconstitute the solution? _____ mL
  2. What is the dosage strength of the prepared solution? _______________
  3. How many milliliters will you add to the IV? _____ mL

 

  1. Directions: Use the label (where provided) to obtain the necessary information. Round answers to the nearest tenth where indicated.

 

Order: Ceftriaxone 0.5 g IV q12h

Available:

  1. How many milliliters of diluent will you add to reconstitute the solution for IV use? _____ mL
  2. What is the dosage strength of the reconstituted solution for IV use? _____
  3. How many milliliters will you administer? __________ mL
  4. Shade in the dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Use the label (where provided) to obtain the necessary information. Round answers to the nearest tenth where indicated.

 

Order: Amoxicillin clavulanate potassium 275 mg p.o. q12h

Available:

  1. How much diluent is recommended for reconstitution? _________
  2. What is the dosage strength of amoxicillin when reconstituted? _______
  3. What is the total volume of the reconstituted solution? __________
  4. How many milliliters will you administer? (based on the amoxicillin) ________

 

  1. Directions: Prepare the following strength solutions. Describe your calculations.

800 mL of 3/4 strength Sustacal via gastrostomy over 6 hours

 

  1. Directions: Prepare the following strength solutions. Describe your calculations.

1/4 strength Ensure 8 oz p.o. q4h for 24 hours

 

  1. Directions: Prepare the following strength solutions. Describe your calculations.

Order: Amoxicillin 175 mg p.o. q8h

Available:

Form: _______________

  1. Route of administration: _______________
  2. Type of diluent and amount to use: _______________
  3. Directions for mixing: _______________
  4. Dosage strength of reconstituted solution: _____
  5. Time good for after reconstitution: _____
  6. How many milliliters will you administer? __________

 

  1. Directions: Prepare the following strength solutions. Describe your calculations.
  2. What is the total dosage strength of the vial? _____
  3. If 450,000 units IV of penicillin were ordered, which concentration would be appropriate to mix? _____
  4. How much diluent must be added to make the appropriate concentration? _____
  5. If the medication is reconstituted at 1:00 AM on December 18, what must you print on the label? _______________
  6. How many milliliters will you give to administer 450,000 units IV? _______

 

 Chapter 20: Insulin

COMPLETION

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosage and shade in the dosage on the syringe where provided.

 

Order: Regular Humulin Insulin U-100 12 units subcut stat

Available:

 

  1. What will you administer using this syringe? _____

Shade in the appropriate dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. What will you administer using this syringe? _____

Shade in the appropriate dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosage and shade in the dosage on the syringe where provided.

 

Order: Humalog 75/25 U-100 27 units subcut at 7:30 AM

Available:

 

What will you administer using this syringe? _____

Shade in the appropriate dosage on the syringe.

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosage and shade in the dosage on the syringe where provided.

A client is on a sliding scale for insulin dosages q6h. The order is for Humulin Regular U-100 subcut q6h as follows:

Change to new label, see control sheet

Blood Glucose Level

(mg per dL)                                    Regular Insulin

Less than 70                                   Call MD

201-250                                          4 units

251-300                                          6 units

301-350                                          8 units

351-400                                          10 units

Greater than 400                             Call MD

 

  1. At 8:00 AM the clients blood sugar is 384 mg/dL. Shade in the syringe with the appropriate dosage.

 

  1. At 2:00 PM the clients blood sugar is 310 mg/dL. Shade in the syringe with the appropriate dosage.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosage and shade in the dosage on the syringe where provided.

 

Order: Novolin Regular U-100 10 units subcut and Novolin NPH U-100 18 units subcut stat

Available:

 What will you administer? _____

  1. Explain the method for mixing two insulins: ______________________________
  2. Shade in the appropriate dosage on the syringe provided.

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosage and shade in the dosage on the syringe where provided.

 

  1. What does the R on the label identify? _______________
  2. Is this a short- or long-acting insulin? _______________
  3. What is the total volume of the vial? _____
  4. What is the dosage strength of the insulin? _______________

 

  1. Directions: Calculate the dosage and shade in the dosage on the syringe where provided.

 

  1. Trade name: _______________
  2. Generic name: _______________
  3. Directions for use: _______________
  4. Is this a short or long-acting insulin? __________

 

  1. Directions: Fill in the correct number or word(s).

U-100 on the label of an insulin vial means: ______________________________.

 

  1. Directions: Fill in the correct number or word(s).

What is the difference between the calibration of units on the 1-mL insulin syringe and on the Lo-Dose syringe? ______________________________

 

  1. Directions: Fill in the correct number or word(s).

Order: Lantus U-100 insulin 68 units subcut daily at 8:00 AM

Available:

What will you administer using this syringe? ________

Shade in the appropriate dosage on the syringe.

 

  1. Directions: Fill in the correct number or word(s).

Order:  Humulin Regular U- 500 units 240 units subcut stat

Available:

  1. What is the concentration of the insulin? ____________
  2. Is this a short-acting or long-acting insulin? _____________
  3. What will you administer using a 1 mL syringe? _________
  4. Shade in the appropriate dosage on the syringe
  5. Calculate the dose and shade it in using a U-100 insulin syringe

 

AND MUCH MORE

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