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Determine the unknown for time and volume using a formula. Quick…   Determine the unknown for time and volume using a formula.   Image transcription textT ett volume of solution (mL) x drop factor min timemini… Show more  Quick Tip: Take the known information and place it in the formula to solve.   c)  You find that there is 150 mL of D5W left in an IV. The IV is infusing at 60 microgtt/min.      How many hours will the fluid last? *Convert the minutes to hours if greater than 60 minutes.             d)  0.9% NS is infusing at 35 macro gtt/min. The drop factor is 15gtt/ML.      How many milliliters of fluid will the client receive in 5 hours?           e)  There is 90 ML of D50.33% NS left in an IV that is infusing at 60 microgtt/min. The drop factor is 60gtt/mL.      How many hours will the fluid last?  4)   ·  Calculate the units of measure or dosage you will administer indicated by each scenario.      · Solve by setting up a proportion.  a) Order: Infuse 1,000 units/hr of heparin IV form a solution of 1,000 mL 0.45% NS with 25,000 units of heparin.    Calculate the rate in mL/hr.                                                                                                      b) Order:  Infuse D50.9%NS 1,000 mL with 25,000 units of heparin IV at 35 mL /hr.     Calculate the dosage in units/hr.         c) Order: Heparin 3,500 units subcut daily. Shade the dosage on the syringe provided.    Available:    Image transcription textNDC 71288-401-01 Rx OnlyFrom Porcine Intestinal MucosaHeparin Sodium In… Show more… Show more                                                                                                              d)  Order: Heparin flush 10 units every shift to flush a heparin lock. Shade the dosage on the syringe provided.      Available: Image transcription textRx only Single Dose Vial IntestinalMucosal NDC 63323-017-10SOLUTION, USP) (10 USP… Show more… Show more e)  Order: 20,000 units of heparin IV in 500 mL D5W to infuse at 20 mL/hr.     5) Calculate the following as indicated.      Quick tip: When converting units, remember 1,000 mcg = 1 mg Order: Epinephrine at 30 mL/hr. the solution is available is 2mg of epinephrine in 250 mL D5W.              Solve part (a) using a linear or fraction proportion. a)   mg/hr           b)  mcg/hr            c)  mcg/min          A nitroglycerin drip is infusing at 3mL/hr. The solution available is 50 mg of nitroglycerin in 250 mL D5W. Solve step 1 of part (d) using a linear or fraction proportion.   d)   mcg/hr             e)  mcg/min        6)  Determine the error(s) and make the corrections for the following scenario. Scenario: Isuprel is ordered for a client at the rate of 3mcg/min with a solution containing Isuprel 1 mg in 250 mL D5W. The nurse performed the following calculation to determine the rate by pump in mL/hr.                   Converted 180 mcg to milligrams to match the units in the solution strength:                                                                                                                                                                180 mcg = 0.018 mg                                                                                 Calculated the rate in mL/hr by cross multiplying:                                                                                                                                                         Image transcription text1 1018 250… Show more                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  a)  What error did the nurse make in her calculation to determine the rate in mL/hr?       b)  What could be the potential outcome of the error?        c)  What should the rate be in mL/hr?       d)  What preventative measures could have been taken by the nurse?     e)  The client weighs 85.5 kg. Calculate the client weight rounded to the nearest pound.      Use the conversion factor:  1 kg = 2.2046 lbs. Health Science Science Nursing MAT 101

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