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Can someone help me with this please The average dosage of oxcarbazepine for an epileptic child between the ages of 4 and 16 is 9.00 mg per 1 kg of body weight (9.00 mg/kg). Calculate how many milliliters of oxcarbazepine a child who weighs 36.7 pounds should be prescribed considering the medication is served as a suspension of 60.0 mg/mL. Keep in mind that 1 pound is equivalent to 0.4535 kilograms.

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