# Math Formulas for NUR 102

 .remove_background_ad { border: 1px solid #555555; padding: .75em; margin: .75em; background-color: #e7e7e7; } .rmbg_image { max-height: 80px; } calculate remaining infusion time put volume in mls (i.e. 1000 mls)over mls per hour remaining (ex 125mls/hr)  1000mls  125mls/hr ans (8 hours) calculate gtts per min take volume (how many mls in bag i.e. 1000) and break down into mls/hour (need to know how many hours for infusion to do so, we will assume 8 hours) 1000/8 = 125mls/hrso 125mls goes on top and 60 (time in mins) goes on bottommultiply that by gtt factor on top then divide by time on bottom...do math short cut if applicable infusion rate*gtt factor              time in mins 125mls*15 gtt/ml       60 mins ans 31.25 IV flow rate (infusion rate) mls per hour put amount of solution on top (i.e. 1 liter=1000mls) put time on bottom (i.e. 8 hours) 1000mls 8hours ( ans 125 mls/hour) how many mls in a tsp 5 how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon 3tsp in 1 tbsp how many mls in an oz 30mls in 1 oz how many mls in a tablespoon 15 mls in 1tbsp how to set up med conversion desired over have method if you have to convert grams to mg...mg to grams etc do 3 part square method AuthorMichealbledsoe ID218156 Card SetMath Formulas for NUR 102 DescriptionFormulas for NUR 102 Updated2013-05-07T05:49:10Z Show Answers