IV calculations-medical math

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Heparin is to infuse at 9ml/hr. the IV solution is 25,000units heparin in 250cc D5w. what is the hourly dosage? what is the drip rate?

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    25,000 units/250 mL = 100 units/mL.
    9 mL x (100 units/mL) = 900 units/hr.
    You should be able to finish. Check my thinking.

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