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September 09, 2009
Ready to see how you did on the Nursing Calculations quiz?
Answers are in red.
over 5 years ago
O MY FREAKIN GAWD, I GOT THEM ALL RIGHT. Was tough on one of them, but I finally figured it out. Woo hoo.... and I just received my acceptance letter to the RN program. This makes me confident about my pharmacology course.
I missed 2, not too bad for just starting the program 3 weeks ago!!
Not too bad. Only 3 wrong, I'm just a little rusty.
yey i got it all correct! =) happy =)
I am aspiring to become a nurse and getting 12 out of 14 on dosage calculations is a clear indication that I am definately in the right field.
#13. It's 250mL x15 drops/3 hours x 60 minutes=3750/180=21drops per minute( or that's how I did it)
I must have a mind block today I got All the answers right but had a problem with #13 can someone help me??Can't figure out what I did wrong with my calculations.
Great review...I was glad to know that i still had the skills although I have been away from floor/unit nursing for a little over a year.
I'm hoping to begin nursing school in January, and I am really good at chemistry so this quiz was really easy to me... and question #2 is correct, the correct answer listed says 75 mg.
great quiz, this is a good review for drug calculations
Even though I could't figure out # 10/ I really appreciate the challenge/ Thank- you
perhaps some one could show me the formular
I have practically memorized all the conversions and formulas for IVs and pumps because at my school you are only allowed to miss 1 question out of 10 or else you fail the ENTIRE program. Tough love when it comes to patient safety.
For question 12 the calculation is:
ml order / total minutes x 60 / 1= ml/hr
Hi, I agree question 2 should be 75...but can someone show me calculation for question 12? I guessed and can't figure it out.
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