Question about Tobramycin 20mg Antibiotic Saline Solution IV

by Stephanie
(South Carolina, USA)

How Much Tobramycin Should Be Drawn Up From The Vial?

How Much Tobramycin Should Be Drawn Up From The Vial?

A doctor writes a prescription for 20mg of tobramycin antibotic saline solution. The soulution is to be injected intravenously one time a day; on hand we have a 30mg/2ml vial of tobramycin, do the necessary calculations to give patient the correct single dose...

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