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# PEDIATRIC NURSING MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Pediatric Safe Dosage Calculations Quiz
Safe Dosage Calculation for Pediatric Patients Quiz. 1. Doctor orders Amoxil for a child that weighs 63 lbs. The safe dosage range for this medication is 50 mg/kg/day every 8 hours.
Drug Dosage Calculation Practice Exam (20 Questions)
Apr 10, 2019Practice drug dosage calculations for the NCLEX or any nursing exam with this 20-item questionnaire. In the actual NCLEX, these type of dosage calculations are usually formatted as a fill-in the blank question type. In this quiz, we’ll present them as the usual multiple choice format, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be easy!Nclex Pharmacology Quiz 1 · Drug Dosage Calculations Practice Exam 2 (20 Items)
Videos of pediatric nursing math practice problems
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Study Guide with Sample Questions Dosage Calculation
• The minimum accuracy rate is 78%, and is the same as the minimum pass rate for traditional four­ semester nursing students (those who are not LPNs) who pass NUR 135. The test has 28 questions. • Applicants to the "bridge" program must take the dosage calculation competency test or be currently enrolled in NUR 135.[DOC]
Remedial Worksheet for Pediatric Math/Med Test Review
Web viewNow, try these problems for yourself: Find the SDR of Ampicillin per dose, when the SDR and wt are given to you: SDR: 100-200mg/kg/24hrs divided Q 6 hrs. Wt: 35 lbs. Convert lbs to Kg: Multiply the SDR by the Kg: This is per day, so now divide the SDR per day by the number of times the child receives the medication.
Pediatric Math Calculations: Fluid Maintenance, Caloric
Feb 20, 2012Pediatric Math Calculations: Fluid Maintenance, Caloric Intake, Dilutions and Concentrations Math in pediatrics includes prior knowledge in addition to some new material. First, it would be important to know the essentials when it comes to calculating pediatric dosages.
Pediatric Dosage Calculations | Davis's Drug Guide
Pediatric Dosage Calculations. General. Most drugs in children are dosed according to body weight (mg/kg) or body surface area (BSA) (mg/m 2 ). Care must be taken to properly convert body weight from pounds to kilograms (1 kg= 2.2 lb) before calculating doses based on body weight.
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