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Q: The doctor writes a prescription for an insufflation for 500 mg of Amoxicillin for an adult. The active ingredient Amoxicillin is combined with a medium of Calcium Carbonate. There is a 1:3 ratio of
Amoxicillin to Calcium Carbonate. The same insufflation needs to be created for an infant; the total weight of the new insuffulation is 300 mg. What is weight of Calcium Carbonate for the new insuffulation and what is the weight of Amoxicillin for the new insuffulation?
A: These are simple dimensional analysis problems. You look at what units they want the answer in, and you multiply and divide whatever you're given until you end up with the units. I'll do 1. [ You do the rest. You need 20 mg of Tobramycin, and you are given them in 30mg/2mL vials. So the conversion factor is: 30 mg = 2 mL; 15 mg = 1 mL So: 20 mg (1 mL / 15 mg) = 1.33 mL You need to
administer 1.33 mL Tobramycin solution q24hr. ]
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User: The doctor writes a prescription for an insufflation for 500 mg of Amoxicillin for an adult. The active ingredient Amoxicillin is combined with a medium of Calcium Carbonate. There is a 1:3 ratio of Amoxicillin to Calcium Carbonate. The same insufflation needs to be created for an infant; the total weight of the new insuffulation is 300 mg. What is weight of Calcium Carbonate for the new insuffulation and what is the weight of Amoxicillin for the new insuffulation?

Weegy: These are simple dimensional analysis problems. You look at what units they want the answer in, and you multiply and divide whatever you're given until you end up with the units. I'll do 1. [ You do the rest. You need 20 mg of Tobramycin, and you are given them in 30mg/2mL vials. So the conversion factor is: 30 mg = 2 mL; 15 mg = 1 mL So: 20 mg (1 mL / 15 mg) = 1.33 mL You need to administer 1.33 mL Tobramycin solution q24hr. ]
sweetypie1431|Points 241|

User: 1:3

Weegy: 1/3 + 1/3 = 2/3.
eturker|Points 2566|

User: ratio 1:3

User: There is 4 ml of grape flavoring to every 100ml of 200mg Amoxicillin. The patient wants apple. You can add 1/5 the amount of apple as you can grape. How many milliliters of apple would you use to flavor 300 ml of Amoxicillin?

Weegy: You would add 15 ml to flavor 300 ml of Amoxicillin.
OxTornado007|Points 5228|

User: The doctor would like to write a prescription for 5 ml of Erythromycin antibiotic saline solution, but he is unsure of the strength that the pharmacy has on hand. Your pharmacy stocks 750 mg of Erythromycin in a 10 ml vial, what would be the recommended dosage to the physician

Weegy: 375mg of Erythromycin
TheBrightOne|Points 9|

User: A doctor writes a prescription for 20 mg of Tobramycin antibiotic saline solution. The solution is to be injected intravenously one time a day. On hand we have a 30 mg/ 2ml vial of Tobramycin, do the necessary calculations to give the patient the correct single dosage

Weegy: It will be stock required?stock on hand times ml 1000mg?500mg multipy by 2ml =4mls
conception|Points 100|

User: it will be stock required?stock on hand times ml 1000mg?500mg multipy by 2ml=4mls

Weegy: Stock required is 1000 mg, comes from 500 mg multiply by 2ml = 4 ml
Expert answered|marygay|Points 10|

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Updated 8/5/2014 12:30:43 PM
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The doctor writes a prescription for an insufflation for 500 mg of Amoxicillin for an adult. The active ingredient Amoxicillin is combined with a medium of Calcium Carbonate. There is a 1:3 ratio of Amoxicillin to Calcium Carbonate. For an insufflation of 300 mg, there will be 75 mg of Amoxicillin, and 225 mg of calcium carbonate. 300 / (1+3) = 75. 1 part = 1 x 75 = 75 mg. 3 parts = 3 x 75 = 225 mg.
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There is 4 ml of grape flavoring to every 100ml of 200mg Amoxicillin. The patient wants apple. You can add 1/5 the amount of apple as you can grape. So for every 100ml, you can add 4/5 = 0.8ml of apple. 300ml is then 0.8 x 3 = 2.4ml of apple.
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