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QuestionNursing question. IV question. Given volume required, the rate for some hours and then another rate afterwards, how long will it take to get the required volume? Answers are designed to be easy to handle, e.g. full hours, half hours, quarter hours and thirds of an hour.

QuestionNursing question. Dosage calculation. Given strength required and stock strength in tablets, determine how many tablets are required.

QuestionNursing question. Dosage calculation. Given strength required and stock strength in mg and mL, determine how many mL are required.

QuestionNursing question. IV question. Given flow rate and time what volume will be received.

QuestionNursing question. IV question. Given flow rate and time what volume will be received.

QuestionNursing question. IV question. Given volume and flow rate what time will is take for the bag to run dry? Student have to round to the nearest quarter of an hour.

QuestionNursing question. IV question. Given volume and flow rate what time will is take for the bag to run dry? Answers are designed to be easy to handle, e.g. full hours, half hours, quarter hours and thirds of an hour.

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QuestionNursing question. Determine the units of an answer given the units and operations used.

QuestionNursing question. Determine the units of an answer given the units and operations used.

QuestionNursing question. Determine the units of an answer given the units and operations used.

QuestionNursing question. IV question. Given volume and time (in hours), what is the flow rate of IV infusion in mL/hr?

QuestionNursing question. IV question. Given volume and time (in hours), what is the flow rate of IV infusion in mL/hr?

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Given a dose and available tablets, determine the best combination of tablets, to minimise the number of tablets and avoid dividing tablets. Uses 20, 40 and 150 mg.

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Given a dose and available tablets, determine the best combination of tablets, to minimise the number of tablets and avoid dividing tablets. Uses 10, 50 and 200 mg.

QuestionNursing question. Determine mg or mcg in a bolus dose.

QuestionNursing question. IV question that uses 'units' (e.g. for insulin). Determine flow rate for the infusion given units per hour rate.

QuestionNursing question. IV question that uses 'units' (e.g. for insulin). Determine volume to be drawn from vial to make the infusion.

QuestionNursing question. Determine mg or mcg in a bolus dose.

QuestionNursing question. Determine mg/mL or mcg/mL concentration. Division has no remainder.

QuestionNursing question. Determine mg/mL or mcg/mL concentration. Division has no remainder.

QuestionNursing question. Calculate drip rate in drops per minute if there are 20 drops per minute.

QuestionNursing question. Calculate drip rate in drops per minute if there are 60 drops per minute.

QuestionNursing question. Paediatric dosages are given per kg. Given weight, and the number of doses per day, determine the size of the individual dose.

QuestionNursing question. Paediatric dosages are given per kg. Given weight, determine daily dose.

QuestionChecking if a student can substitute into an equation. This is a nursing calculation question. Solution is given for with a calculator and without a calculator, however the point of this question is really substitution.

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Given the formula for BMI, students are asked to determine a patient's BMI given their height in cm (as people usually do) and their mass in kg.

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