Pharmacy Calculations Quiz 1 - PTCB Test Prep

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Pharmacy Calculations Quiz 1

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1. A patient is taking 10mL three times daily of amoxicillin 200mg/5mL. How much amoxicillin is the patient taking each day?
2. Convert 1:7,500 to a percentage strength.
3. How many milligrams are in 3.25 grams?
4. How many days supply of medicine does a patient have if they are given the following prescription: amoxicillin 250mg, i cap po bid, dispense 28?
5. What is the percentage strength of a solution of 1.2 grams of sucrose dissolved in 75mL of solution?
6. Convert 48 pounds to kilograms.
7. A pharmacy balance retails at $49.99 but costs the pharmacy $28.79 per piece. What is the mark-up percentage value?
8. Convert 23 degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit.
9. Calculate the body surface area (BSA) of a patient who weighs 31.7kg and who stands at 60.6cm?
10. If a patient receives 160mL/hr of drug from an IV bag that contains 2L, approximately how many hours will the IV bag last?
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