My teacher screwed me?/Keflex Days Supply Question

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Keflex 125mg/5ml 200ml 1 tsp qid ug Day's Supply?

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Answer on Days Supply Question about Keflex
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The patient is using 1 teaspoonful (5ml) four times a day until gone. The total dispensed amount of the Keflex is 200ml. Multiply 5ml by 4 times a day = 20ml/day. The patient will use 20ml of the Keflex daily. Then divide 20ml/daily into 200ml (total dispensed amount) and you come up with 10 days. The dispensed amount of 200ml of Keflex will last the patient 10 Days.

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