Atenolol 15mg/ml in Cherry syrup 120ml. How many 100mg tablets are needed to prepare this compound?

by Latiesha
(Richmond, VA)

Atenolol 15mg/ml in Cherry Syrup--How many 100mg tabs?

Atenolol 15mg/ml in Cherry Syrup--How many 100mg tabs?

A prescription for Atenolol 15mg/ml oral liquid in cherry syrup 120ml. How many 100mg tablets are needed to prepare this compound?

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18 -- 100mg Tablets in 120ML of Cherry Syrup
by: Shane

Multiply 15mg/ml by 120ml = 1800

1800 divided by 100mg pills = 18 - 100mg pills

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Atenolol Compound Question
by: David Shedd

First, you have to multiply the amount of liquid by the strength of the compound: 120 ml X 15mg = 1800mg. Then you divide 100 into 1800 to equal 18 tablets. You need 18 - 100mg Atenolol tablets to fill the prescription for the compound.

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