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a prescription is written for 300 mg of an antibotic to be given by mouth every 8 hours for 10 days. The amtibiotic comes in an oral suspension in a concentration of 100mh/5ml, and is available in a 150 ml bottle. one bottle of antibiotic costs 600.00. The technician did the calculation to determine the number of bottles to reconstitute. they determind they needed 6 bottles and continued with resconsitutting the 6 bottles and preparing the labels. on final check the pharmacist was very upset because the technician has cost the pharmacy money because of poor caculating. How many bottles should
How many bottles should have been reconstituted and how much money was lost by the pharmacy?
im guessing it's mg/mL.. you need every 8 hours for 10 days.. 24hrsx10 days = 240 hrs 240hrs/8hrs=30 doses 100mg/mL and you need 300mg.. so 15mL is what you need per dose. so 30 doses x 15 mL = 450mL in total 150mL per bottle. so 450/150= 3 bottles 3 bottles x $600/bottle= $1800 you need 3 bottles and your total cost is $1800. ps. this is more math related than "health science" related