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1 kilogram (1kg) is equal to how many pounds (lbs)?
a) 1 b) 2.2 c) 2 d) 12
It is important that the right patient receives the right dose of a drug via the right route at the right time?
a) True b) False c) d)
If CPR is being delivered at the time of ET medication administration, chest compressions should be stopped momentarily during drug injection until several ventilations are given.
a) True b) False c) d)
If a NRB is being used to administer a drug, the flow rate of oxygen should be maintained at _____ L/min to prevent potential buildup of exhaled carbon dioxide in the mask.
a) 4-6 b) 6-10 c) 10-12 d) 12-15
All these are examples of commonly used subcutaneous injection sites except?
a) Abdomen b) Mid-anterior thigh c) Proximal Gluteus Maximus d) Upper lateral-posterior arm
The subcutaneous route is used for epinephrine, vaccines, insulin, and for the administration of some narcotics
a) True b) False c) d)
Intradermal drug administration is where?
a) on top of the skin b) directly into the bone c) directly into the skin d) under the tongue
When reconstituting medications, you will need how many syringes
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) how ever many you have available
Local tissues can absorb drugs administered via the dermal, SQ, or IM routes, thus preventing the total dosage from reaching the bloodstream for delivery.
a) True b) False c) d)
1g equals how many mg?
a) 1 b) 10 c) 100 d) 1000
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