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Homework Help: Health

Posted by Steve on Sunday, April 3, 2011 at 2:21pm.

The patient was started on a Lasix drip and transferred to the cardiac floor. The concentration of the Lasix drip is 64mg/250mL D5NS. The prescription is for the drip to deliver 4mg of Lasix per hour. How many hours will the bag last?

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