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Calculate the amount of IV fluid to be added to the volume control chamber

Ordered:D5 0.33% NaCl at 66 mL/hr with Fortaz 720 mg every 8 hours to be infused over 40 minutes by volume control set

On hand:Fortaz 1g/10 mL

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