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IV Calculation Probs

IV calculations

Formula for IV Calculations CC's per hour X Drop Factor / 60
Ordered 1000 cc 5% D/ 0.45 NS at 100cc/hr. Drop factor is 60 100
Ordered: 1500 ML0.9% NS to infuse 90 cc/hr. Drop Factor: 20 gtt/ml 30
ORDERED: Ampicillin 500 mg in 50 cc 0.9% NS to infuse 1hour. Drop Factor: 10 gtts/ml 8
Ordered 1250 cc 2.5 % D/W to infuse from 12 noon to 6 pm. The Drop Factor is 15 gtts/ml. 52
ORDERED: 1000 cc RLS adn 1000 cc 5% D/LRS and 1000 cc 0.9% NS to infuse over 24 hours. DROP FACTOR: 12 gtt/ml 25
ORDERED: 1000 cc 5%D/0.45% NS with 40 mEq of KCL to infuse in 8 hours. DROP FACTOR: 12 gtts / ml 25
ORDERED: An infant weighs 18 # has an IV of 500 cc 10% D/W to infuse over 24 hours. DROP FACTOR: 60 gtts/ml 20-21
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