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A medication is ordered to be administered intramuscularly at a dosage of

`0.1m(g)/(k)g`

. The patient weighs

`70kg`

. How many milligrams should be administered?

` 0. 1\times 70`

`7mg`

8. A medication is ordered to be given at a dosage of

`0.02m(g)/(k)g`

. The child weighs

`12kg`

. The medication is available in

`1mg`

tablets. How many tablets should be administered? 9. A patient is prescribed

`250mg`

of a medication, but the available vials contain 100

`m(g)/(m)L`

. How many milliliters should the nurse administer? 10. A medication is prescribed at a dose of

`0.1m(g)/(k)g`

. The patient weighs

`55kg`

. How many milligrams should be administered? 11. A medication is ordered to be administered every 8 hours. The available tablets are 250

`mg`

each. How many milligrams should the patient receive daily? 12. A medication is ordered to be given at a dosage of

`0.03m(g)/(k)g`

. The child weighs

`30kg`

. The medication is available in

`0.5mg`

tablets. How many tablets should be administered? 13. A patient is ordered

`1000mL`

of intravenous fluid to be infused over 6 hours. How many milliliters per hour should the IV pump be set to? Answer:

`167m(L)/(h)r`