Clinical Calc

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Clinical Calc
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2010-04-23 13:21:27
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Clinical Calculations Exam
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  1. 1 Teaspoon = ___ ML
    1 Teaspoon = 5 ML
  2. 5 ML = _____ Teaspoons
    5 ML = 1 Teaspoon
  3. 1 Tablespoon = _____ ML
    1 Tablespoon = 15 ML
  4. 15 ML = _____ Tablespoons
    15 ML = 1 Tablespoon
  5. 1 Gram = _____ MG
    1 Gram = 1000 MG
  6. 1000 MG = ____ Grams
    1000 MG = 1 Gram
  7. 1 Grain = ______ MG


    1 Grain = 60 MG
  8. 1 KG = _____ IBS.
    1 KG = 2.2 IBS
  9. 1000 mcg. = ____ Mg
    1000 mcg. = 1 MG
  10. Flow Rate =
    • Flow Rate = Volume X Drop Factor
    • ---------------------------
    • Time in Minutes = gtts/min
  11. 2.2 IBS. = ___ KG


    2.2 IBS = 1 KG
  12. 1 Gram = __________ mcg


    1 Gram = 1,000,000 mcg
  13. 1000 ML = ______ QT
    1000 ML = 1 QT.
  14. 1 OZ. = ___ ML
    1 OZ. = 30 ML
  15. 1 Pint = ______ ML
    1 Pint = 500 ML
  16. 1 Cup = _______ ML


    1 Cup = 240 ML
  17. 16 OZ = ____ IBS.
    16 OZ = 1 IB.
  18. Amount of Water = Feeding Amount - Amount of Full Strength Solution
    Flow Rates: IV

    • Total ML ordered
    • ------------------------
    • Total Hours ordered
  19. Recalculating Flow Rate:

    Solution Remaining
    ---------------------------
    Time Remaining
    • Amount Increase or Decrease
    • --------------------------------------------- = % Variation
    • Original Rate
  20. Total Infusion Time = Total ML to Infuse
    --------------------------
    ML
    -----
    HR (infusing at)
    Max Safe Dosaged based on BSA

    Reccommended Dosage X BSA
  21. BSA = Square Root of IBS X Inches
    ----------------------
    3131
    • BSA = Square Root of KG X CM
    • --------------------
    • 3600
  22. Safe total daily dosage

    Recc. Dosage X Child's Weight
    Estimating Child's dose based on Adult's dose

    • BSA of child (m squared) X Adult Dosage
    • ----------------------------------------------------------
    • 1.7 (m squared)

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