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Calculate a dose of 1 ml per 10 lbs. for a 30 lb. dog.
0.03 ml
0.3 ml
3.0 ml
30.0 ml
Calculate a dose of 1 ml per 20 lbs. for a 30 lb. dog.
1.0 ml
1.5 ml
2.0 ml
2.5 ml
How many milligrams of a drug would be administered to an 8 kg patient if the formulary states a dosage of 2.5 mg per kg?
2 mg
10 mg
20 mg
200 mg
Calculate the weight in kg of a 66 lb dog.
3 kg
30 kg
33 kg
66 kg
A cat needs a dose of 75 mg for a medication that comes in a 50 mg tablet. How many tablets are administered to the cat?
0.5 tablets
1 tablet
1.5 tablets
2 tablets
An injectable medication comes in strength of 25 mg/ml. A patient needs 10 mg. What dose should be administered to this patient?
0.25 ml
0.4 ml
1.4 ml
2.5 ml
A dog weighs 33 lbs. The medication needed comes in a 50 mg tablet. The dose is 15 mg/kg. How many tablets should this dog receive?
0.5 tablets
4.5 tablets
4.0 tablets
13 tablets
A cat weighs 11 lbs. The medication needed comes in an injectable form that is 2 mg/ml. The dose is 5 mg/kg. How much injectable medication should be administered?
1.5 ml
5.0 ml
11.0 ml
12.5 ml
How many grams of dextrose are contained in 1 liter of a 50% dextrose solution?
5 grams
50 grams
100 grams
500 grams
Given a 50% solution of dextrose, how many ml are needed to prepare 1 liter of 2.5% dextrose solution?
5 ml
50 ml
100 ml
500 ml