"question about LIQUID DOSAGE FORMS"

by brittany trevino
(harlingen, texas, united states)

your order is for ampicillin 0.5g. you have a solution in stock that is 250mg/5ml. what amount is dispensed?

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"question about LIQUID DOSAGE FORMS"

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Sep 25, 2010
ANSWER
by: Anonymous

2.5ML DI

Aug 19, 2010
liquid dosage forms
by: Edgar

hey guys there is no way the answer can be 4ml. considering the conversion factor, each gram consists of 1000mg therefore 0.5g gives you 500mg which looking at the question can be made up by giving 2tsp.

Aug 06, 2010
You were right.
by: Anonymous

Thanks i appreciate it :) it was (after all) a typo.

Aug 06, 2010
..typo maybe ?
by: Yacob

I can't see how someone would get 4ml.

Aug 03, 2010
thanks...but
by: brittany

that's the same exact way I worked out the problem and got 10ml as my answer but was checking my answer in the back of my book they came up with 4ml...i have no idea how they got that.

Aug 02, 2010
Answer the Question?
by: Anonymous

250mg/5ml=500mg/500mgx5ml=250mg ?=2500ml/250 =10ml the answer will be 500mg/10ml

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