**A**nurse**receives****a**new**prescription**from the provider which reads "give 14 units of regular insulin and 28 units of long-acting insulin to be given subcutaneously at the breakfast hour." ... A**client**who has a nasogastric**tube**in place is prescribed a sublingual medication. ... (Amoxil) 300 mg PO. Available is**250**mg/5**mL**. How many**mL**should ...- The answer is B: 79
**mL**(remember the question asked for only the AMOUNT of WATER that will be used to dilute the**tube**feeding) 2. The patient is ordered Jevity 1.0 cal. You're supplied with a can of Jevity that contains 237**mL**of feeding formula. The doctor orders the**tube**feeding to be administered at a 1/3 strength with a rate of 55**mL**/hr. - 21.ID : 14033339508
**A client with a gastrostomy tube**( GT )**receives a prescription**for Osmolite 1 / 2 strength enteral formula at 80**ml**/ hour . To prepare a 4 hour solution , the nurse should dilute the full - strength formula with how many**ml**of water ? - A male
**client receives**a**prescription**for ondansetron ... 10**ml**(flush) x 2 x 3 doses = 60**ml**; so 825**ml**+ 60**ml**+ 60**ml**= 945**ml**.**250 ml**of residual is removed and not replaced. 945**ml**-**250 ml**= 695**ml**total fluid ... A**client**with a**gastrostomy tube**(GT)**receives**a**prescription**for Osmolite® 1/2 strength enteral formula at 80**ml**... - First calculate the number of units/hour. 0.002 units/minute x 60 minutes = 0.12 units/hour. A
**client**with septic shock**receives**a**prescription**for d Dextrose 5% in Water (D 5 W)**250 ml**with dopamine (Intropin) 0.6 grams/**250 ml**at a rate of 5 mcg/kg/minute. The**client's**weight is 148. tails gets trolled knuckles. infp 4 vs 9 samsung holidays