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anonymous

  • one year ago

A physician has ordered 0.50 mg of atropine, intramuscularly. If atropine were available as 0.25 mg/mL of solution, how many milliliters would you need to give?

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  1. anonymous
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    I got it no worries

  2. aaronq
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    For this question you need to use the definition of density: \(\sf density=\dfrac{mass}{volume}\) You're given a mass (in mg) and a density (in mg/mL) and you are asked to find the volume (in mL) that corresponds to these values, so you rearrange the formula: \(\sf density=\dfrac{mass}{volume}\rightarrow volume=\dfrac{mass}{density}\)

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    lol aight

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