A medication is available in 30mg. tablets. A patient is given a prescription for gr. ii. How many tablets should the patient take? I am not sure how to work this problem out, and i am confused on the gr.

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  1. math

    11. A patient presents a prescription to the pharmacy that states: Take ½ oz of Motrin suspension 3 times a day for 7 days. a. If the stock bottle contains 6 oz, how many doses are in the bottle? Type answer here b. How many doses will the patient take in

  2. Health

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  3. Chemistry

    Different manufacturers claim to have the best antacid. Which of the following tablets would neutralize the most acid for the money? A. Rolaids (550 mg CaCO3 and 110 mg Mg(OH)2 per tablet) – 150 tablets for $9.44 B. Tums (500 mg CaCO3 per tablet) – 150

  4. Health

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  5. Physics

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  6. pharmacy calculations

    a patient presents a prescription to the pharmacy:take 1/4 oz of Motrin suspension 4 times a day for 5 days... 1.if the stock bottle contains 6 oz how many doses are in a bottle? 2.how many doses will the patient take in five days?

  7. Medcal Billing an Coding

    I am stuck on this one coding scenario I'm hoping you can help me. I have gotten CPT code 90947 or 90945 but I am unsure which is the right one? I need a CPT code for an inpatient hospital scenario, Dialysis Progress Note. The patient was seen during CAPD

  8. Allied Health

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? A.What time did you administer the medication? B. How long have you worked at the West End Hospital? C. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient's room on the morning of question? D. Isn't it

  9. Medical Assistant

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  10. math

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  11. Stats

    Rising prescription drug prices caused the U.S. Congress to consider laws that would force pharmaceutical companies to offer prescription discounts to senior citizens without drug benefits. The House Government Reform Committee provided data on the

  12. math, medical

    A medication is available in 30mg. tablets. A patient is given a prescription for gr. ii. How many tablets should the patient take? I am not sure how to work this problem out, and i am confused on the gr. ii. part, i do not know what it means, please help.

  13. Math

    A child's. Dose for cefadroxil is 30mg/kg body weight once a day for 14 days.what is the smallest bottle that will provide. Enough medication to last 14 days. If child weighs 44 lbs.

  14. questions

    Coumadin Take 5mg on even days, take 2.5 mg on odd days Disp: 30 days supply 6. If the stock supply is only 5mg tablets, how many tablets will be required to fill the prescription? tablets

  15. Chemistry

    A prescription for amoxicillin comes in an oral suspension that is 250 mg/5.0 mL. A patient is prescribed 500 mg every 6 h. How many milliliters of amoxicillin should the patient take per dose? How many teaspoons? How many teaspoons per day?

  16. Pharmacy Technician

    A physician prescribed 5mg/kg q day of a drug for a patient that weighs 132 pounds. How many 100mg tablets will be needed for a 2-week prescription?

  17. Algebra

    9. When doctors prescribe medicine, they must consider how much the drug’s effectiveness will decrease as time passes. If each hour a drug is 20% less effective as the previous hour, at some point the patient will not be receiving enough medicine and

  18. Stats

    Makers of a new pain-relieving medication claim that it relieves chronic pain faster than the current top-selling pain reliever on the market. A double-blind experiment was conducted in which 10 people who experience chronic pain were randomly selected to

  19. Pharmacy Technician

    RX: Chlorpheniramine 100 ml Lidocaine 2 oz Banana flavoring 1 tsp Take 7ml BID Refrigerator medication at 40°F. 1. What is the final volume in ml? 2. Convert: 40°F = ______ °C=4 3. How many 1oz bottles will this solution fill? 4. How many days will this

  20. HEALTH

    1)What is a doctor's responsibility if a patient requests restrictions on the use of his or her PHI? a. Since HIPAA doesn't address this issue, the doctor is free to decide on a case-by-case basis. b. The doctor need not comply with the patient's wishes if

  21. english

    Medication use Take one tablet every 4 to 6 hours. Not more than 3 tablets in 12 hours. Take tablet with 8 ounces of water. Check back with doctor if symptoms are not relieved in 2 days. 43. Using the medication label above, which of the following dosing

  22. Statistics

    Rising prescription drug prices caused the U.S. Congress to consider laws that would force pharmaceutical companies to offer prescription discounts to senior citizens without drug benefits. The House Government Reform Committee provided data on the

  23. Healthcare reimbursement

    A 66-year-old Medicare patient came to the office for his annual physical. He has past history of hypertension, controlledy by medication, and new complsints of dizziness and tiredness. During the course of the examination the physician found BP of

  24. chem

    Different manufacturers claim to have the best antacid. Which of the following tablets would neutralize the most acid for the money? Write a balanced chemical equation along with your answer. a) Rolaids (550 mg CaCO3 and 110 mg Mg(OH) per tablet) - 150

  25. Health and Human Services

    Please check my answer thank you I am stuck Directions: Read the scenario below and then answer the questions that follow. Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) Scenario: A patient who has been dealing with a back injury for the past 2 months runs out of

  26. Math/Algerbra

    A patient is prescribed 173 mg of medication. The medication comes in the form of a solution, 87 mg/4 mL. To the nearest millilitre, how many millilitres does the patient receive in one dose? Include the unit mL.

  27. pharmacy calculations

    Coumadin Take 5mg on even days, take 2.5 mg on odd days Disp: 30 days supply If the stock supply is only 5mg tablets, how many tablets will be required to fill the prescription? If the stock supply is only 2.5mg tablets, how many tablets will be required

  28. Math

    When doctors prescribe medicine, they must consider how much the drug’s effectiveness will decrease as time passes. If each hour a drug is 20% less effective as the previous hour, at some point the patient will not be receiving enough medicine and must

  29. chemistry

    A patient is prescribed 0.210 mg of a drug that is available in 70 μg tablets. How many tablets are needed? (Remember that the number of significant figures does not matter because the number of tablets is being counted.)

  30. Medical coding

    Please indicate all ICD-9 diagnosis and procedure codes for the coding scenarios. In addition, assign the POA indicator for each diagnosis code. 1). A patient is admitted with IDDM, out of control. The patient is administered insulin in an attempt to

  31. mathematics

    How many mg of medication would you give a 125 lb person, if you should give 30mg for every 5 pounds?

  32. Calculus

    the drop in blood pressure of a typical patient who is given a certain medication is given by F(x)=0.028x^2(19-x) where x is the amount of medication in cubic centimeters. What is the maximum drop in blood pressure for this patient?

  33. Pathology 2

    Examine the Edward Newman Health Record to identify the patient's diagnosis(es) and course of treatment. Identify three medications received by the patient. Be sure to print out the documents so you can study them carefully. For each medication, research

  34. CHEM

    A patient received 0.21 g of active drug in a medication. If the recommended dose for the drug is 10. mg/kg, what is the weight of the patient in pounds (lb)?

  35. Meds.. Human Anatomy?

    Suppose that a batch of controlled-release pills intended to be taken every 12 hours were accidentally manufactured without their thick coating. What would be most likely to happen to someone who took one of these pills? The medication would be absorbed

  36. Grammar

    After being medicated, the patient's affect/effect was noticeably improved. My answer: the medication had an effect on the patient.

  37. math

    Tylenol 3 has 16 mg of Codeine per 11 ml of liquid. A safe dose of Codeine is 4.8 mg/Kg/Day. A patient who weighs 215 pounds needs a Tylenol 3 prescription. There are 2.2 pounds for every 1 kilogram. How many kilograms is this person's mass? How many

  38. math

    Tylenol 3 has 16 mg of Codeine per 11 ml of liquid. A safe dose of Codeine is 4.8 mg/Kg/Day. A patient who weighs 215 pounds needs a Tylenol 3 prescription. There are 2.2 pounds for every 1 kilogram. How many kilograms is this person's mass? How many

  39. Math

    Tylenol 3 has 16 mg of Codeine per 11 ml of liquid. A safe dose of Codeine is 4.8 mg/Kg/Day. A patient who weighs 215 pounds needs a Tylenol 3 prescription. There are 2.2 pounds for every 1 kilogram. How many kilograms is this person's mass? How many

  40. Math

    I need help with this homework question: The dosage for a medication is 1/3 ounce for every 40 pounds of body weight. At this rate, how many ounces of medication should a physician prescribe for a patient who weighs 150 pounds? Write the answer as a

  41. Chemistry

    There is a patient whose height is 5ft. 4 inches and weight is about 165 lbs. This person needs to have 0.8 mg of medication per kg body weight. How much of medication should this person have? First convert the pounds to kilograms. There are approximately

  42. Dosage calculations please

    Ordered: Tegretol 150 mg po BID Supplied: Tegretol 20 mg / tablet 1. How many tablets would you administer per dose? 2. How tablets would you administer per 24 hours? 1. 150/20 x 1 = 7.5 tablets per dose 2. 150mg/2 = x/24 =1,800 tablets ? I am very

  43. Chemistry, pre Algebra

    Glycopyrrolste comes in quantity of 25 vials and has an AWP of $135.the store has an agreement with the contractor to purchase that chemical at the AWP minus 10% the insurer is willing to pay the AWP plus 3 % plus a $4 dispensing fee. a patient on this

  44. law

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? A. What time did you administer the medication? B. How long have you worked at West End Hospital? C. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient’s room on the morning in question? D. Isn’t it

  45. Law

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? A. What time did you administer the medication? B. How long have you worked at West End Hospital? C. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient’s room on the morning in question? D. Isn’t it

  46. law

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? 1. What time did you administer the medication? 2. How long have you worked at West End Hospital? 3. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient's room on the morning in question? 4. Isn't it true

  47. grammar

    Are these correctly punctuated? This pleasant patient has been seen for therapy from February 2, 2005 to March 2, 2005. This patient comes in today with many, many complaints. This year she'll have a breast augmentation and next year she will have an

  48. 8th grade science

    A glass of water is placed on a very sensitive scale and several antacids tablets are dropped into the water. The weight of the glass and its contents is less after the tablets dissolve than before the tablets dissolved. Tell how matter is conserved ?

  49. Language Arts

    Read the following topic. How could you rewrite the topic to form a focused thesis statement? *Tablets and School* -Schools use tablets daily -The of tablets positively affects students achievement in school

  50. Pharmacy

    1.This section of a monograph would tell you if the drug were soluble in water. a.description b.how supplied c.clinical pharmacology d. dosage and administration 2. Information on how to treat a patient who has taken a toxic dose of a medication would be

  51. Pre algebra

    1. Prepare 20 mL of dextrose 7.5% weight in volume using dextrose 5% and dextrose 50%. how many milliliters of each will be needed? 2. A chemical comes in quantity of 25 vials and has an AWP of $135.the store has an agreement with the contractor to

  52. chem - help!

    Different manufacturers claim to have the best antacid. Which of the following tablets would neutralize the most acid for the money? Write a balanced chemical equation along with your answer. a) Rolaids (550 mg CaCO3 and 110 mg Mg(OH) per tablet) - 150

  53. Math calculus 2

    Pam owns an electronics store with storage capacity for 100 computer tablets. She currently has 90 computer tablets in inventory and determines that they are selling at a daily rate equal to 17% of the available capacity. When will Pam sell out of computer

  54. Business Communications - English 101

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  55. Math

    Lance bought 4 tablets from his local computer store for $460. At this rate, how much would it cost to buy 9 tablets?

  56. hcs 588 MEASURING PERFORMANCE standards

    What key QI measurement tools would you use to measure quality outcomes such as a reduction in patient falls, medication errors, complication rates, and so forth? Why?

  57. hcs 588 MEASURING PERFORMANCE standards

    What key QI measurement tools would you use to measure quality outcomes such as a reduction in patient falls, medication errors, complication rates, and so forth? Why?

  58. hcs588

    What key measurments tools would you use to measure quality outcomes such as a reduction in patient falls, medication errors, complication rates? Why?

  59. ENGLISH

    english is not my firs language , i need help to correct this paragraph . please.(only answer ) question As the nurse being told this, what are your ethical and legal obligations regarding the medication error? Answer . My legal and ethical obligations

  60. Law in Allied Health

    Please check my answer thank you very much. 1. Which of the following is an example of an error in treatment? A. illegible treatment notes in the patient's chart. X B. prescribing medication correctly. C. unintentionally omitting a required signature on

  61. health

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  62. math

    There are 1o patients in the hospital. Nine of them need the same medication. If the medicine bottle is 3/4 full, how much will each patient get from the bottle if divided equally?

  63. Chemistry

    After taking a medication its concentration in the bloodstream behaves as shown in the graph 650t/(t^3+200), where the x values are hours since first taking the medication and y is the concentration of the medication (mg/cc) in the blood stream after the

  64. Please help Miss sue (english)

    My legal and ethical obligations would be to make her understood to report medication error. In this scenario, the patient is “all right” that is what matters. It would more troubling if she didn't report and became defensive about things afterwards.

  65. pharmaceutical calculation

    The doctor writes a prescription for aminophylline 125mg po qid x 10 days. You only stock the 250mg/5ml strength. How many teaspoons would be needed for one dose? How many mls would be needed to fill the entire prescription?

  66. Medical coding and Billing

    Which of the following might constitute breach of patient-doctor confidentiality? A. Medical assistant phones patient to convey test results B. Medical assistant looks at patient’s medical records C. Receptionist with no medical training makes

  67. Algebra

    Participants in a study of a new medication received either medication A or a placebo. Find P(placebo and improvement). You may find it helpful to make a tree diagram of the problem on a separate piece of paper. Of all those who participated in the study,

  68. Pharmacology and the Body Systems

    A patient presents with a score throat and mouth, swollen tongue, and inflammation of the face. This patient could be suffering from A. riboflavin deficiency B. niacin deficiency C. excessive folic acid D excessive ascorbic acid. I think B or D Patient is

  69. PSYCHOLOGY

    JUST NEED HELP IN UNDERSTANDING Imagine that you are a nurse in a large hospital. You have heard that there is new doctor in the psychiatry department but you have not met him. One day, you receive a call from Dr. Smith (the new doctor) telling you that he

  70. Physics

    Hospital patient. A 90.0 kg patient is suspended in a raised hospital bed as shown in the figure. The wire is attached to a brace on the patient's neck and pulls parallel to the bed, and the coefficients of kinetic and static friction between the patient

  71. math

    A medication is available in 30mg. tablets. A patient is given a prescription for gr. ii. How many tablets should the patient take? I am not sure how to work this problem out, and i am confused on the gr. ii. part, i do not know what it means, please help.

  72. algebra

    The function A(t) = 200e^-0.014t gives the amount of medication, in milligrams, in a patient's bloodstream t minutes after the medication has been injected into the patient's bloodstream. (a) Find the amount of medication, to the nearest milligram, in the

  73. Math

    What price do we charge a patient if the AWP for 300 tablets is $14.55 and we want to give the patient 30 tablets plus a 6% markup and a $3.00 dispensing fee?

  74. Allied Health Chemistry

    A prescription calls for 35 mg per dose, 3 times a day for a particular drug. The pharmacist only has 12.5 mg tablets. How many tablets must you take per dose?

  75. Mathematics

    Suppose a person is put on an IV of 30mg/L of a medication. The concentration of medication in a person's bloodstream is 30t C(t) 200 + t where t represents time. (a) What happens to the concentration after a long time? (b) What is the average rate of

  76. Chemistry

    1.A patient needs 2.10×10−2g of a sulfa drug. There are 8.00mg tablets in stock. How many tablets should be given? Really need help with this! :/ Thanks -MC

  77. pharmacology

    1. Which one of the following drugs would you instruct a patient to take during a fasting period? A. Buspirone; B. Probucol; C. Lisinopril; D. Oxcarbazepine I think B. 2. You're training a new employee. He wants to know how to determine which needle to use

  78. Pharmacology

    Could someone please check my answers. Thank you! 1. Patient Stevens has been prescribed Vascotec for hypertension. The purpose of this medication is A. curative; B. palliative; C. diagnostic; D. substitutive Answer D 2. Patient Brown said that she noticed

  79. math

    A patient is receiving 300,000 units of a medication in 1 Liter of D5W over 24 hrs. How many ml. of medication will be administered per hour?

  80. Math

    Is my answer and working out correct for this question? A patient requires 0.08g of codeine for pain releif. If a tablet contains 20mg of codeine, then how many of the condeine tablets would be administered to the patient? My answer: 1000mg = 1g 0.08g x

  81. pharmacy math

    if a patient should receive a medication at 15mg/kg/day in three equally divided doses what will be the approximate dose if the patient weighd 142lb?

  82. Grammar and capitalization

    Select the sentence with the correct capitalization. A) The patient, who claimed to be an "ex-Christian" cried out, "praise God," once the pain medication kicked in. B) The patient, who claimed to be an "Ex-Christian" cried out, "Praise God," once the pain

  83. pharmacology

    The doctor orders 5 mg/kg medication to be given to a patient who weighs 121 lbs. On hand, we have 0.1 g/ml. How many mg will the patient receive in her dose? How many ml will the patient receive to get the ordered dose?

  84. Grammar

    Select the sentence with the correct capitalization. A) The patient, who claimed to be an "ex-Christian" cried out, "praise God," once the pain medication kicked in. B) The patient, who claimed to be an "Ex-Christian" cried out, "Praise God," once the pain

  85. Physics

    The near point of a patient's eye is 58.2 cm. (a) What should be the refractive power ℛ of a corrective lens prescribed to enable the patient to clearly see an object at 22.0 cm? ℛ = dpt (b) When using the new corrective glasses, the patient can see an

  86. pharmacy

    2. On a job interview for a position as a pharmacy technician, the interviewer asks you what a dosage form of medication is. You respond that a dosage form is A. the way a medication is given. B. the use of a medication, either locally or systemically. C.

  87. trig

    Patients with acute or serious infections, such as Salmonella typhi or gram-negative bacteria causing meningitis, can be successfully treated with regular doses of Chloramphenicol. A patient weighing 150 pounds requires a dose of 850 milligrams, while a

  88. Math

    Mike is told to take 3 1/2 tablets of his 750 mg (milligram) per tablet medication on a daily basis. How many milligrams will he be taking? _______ mg

  89. chemistry

    The physician has prescribed a medication of 3.5 mg/kg of body weight. If you give 297 mg of medication what is body weight of patient in kg? Is there a converstion formula?

  90. Pharmacy

    The instruction "take medication with plenty of water"s an example of a. direction to the pharmacist b. the prescription format c. the subscription d. auxiliary information I chose (d) but I am having second thoughts on (b) maybe.

  91. psychology

    To get a prescription for an antidepressant, a patient would need to see a: A) Psychiatrist B) Psychologist C) Psychoanalyst D) Psychotherapist

  92. Chemistry

    A prescription drug for 0.75g of acetylsalicylic acid, the active ingredient in aspirin per dose. If each tablet contains 115mg of acetylsalicylic acid, how many tablets should be taken. Round up if necessary.

  93. allied health part 2

    which one of the following activities is considered part of health care operations? a. reviewing the competency of health care workers b. administering a stress test c.giving a patient her prescribed medication d.recording a patient's blodd pressure and

  94. Chemistry

    Digoxin is a drug used to treat atrial fibrillation. a maintenance dose may be administered at 7.00 ug per kg of bodyweight. suppose that patient weighs 152 pounds and a tablet of digoxin contains 125 ug of the drug. How many pills (tablets) should be

  95. hcs588

    What key QI measurement tools would you use to measure quality outcomes such as a reduction in patient falls, medication errors, complication rates, and so forth? Why?

  96. statistics

    In the population, the average IQ is μ = 100 with a standard deviation of σ = 15. A team of scientists wants to test a new medication to see if it has a positive effect on intelligence. A sample of n = 10 participants who have taken the medication has a

  97. Chemistry

    After taking a medication its concentration in the bloodstream behaves as shown in the graph 650x/(x^3+200), where the x values are hours since first taking the medication and y is the concentration of the medication (mg/cc) in the blood stream after the

  98. chemistry

    what is a good experiment for investigating the influence of the size reaction-surface on the reaction tempo of a specific raection. using Cal-c vita tablets, rennies tablets and vinegar...?

  99. health

    A prescription calls for erythromycin 400mg/5ml, dispense 100ml. The dose is 40mg/kg/day and the child weighs 44 pounds. The si. reds ? tsp qid until gone. How many tsp and how many days will the prescription last?.

  100. math help please

    Calculate the cost to the pharmacy as AWP less 13%. AWP $84.07 per 100 tablets and dispense 30 tablets

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