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Chapter 37 Administering Intradermal, Subcutaneous, and Intramuscular Injections 307 The health care provider’s order reads: Ampicillin 175 mg IM every 6 hours. The medication label reads: Ampicillin 500 mg/2ml How much will you draw into the syringe? which syringes could you use? which one would be most accurate? and USE 100 ONLY 42. The health care provider’s order reads: Codeine 60 mg IM every 4-6 hr PRN pain. The medication label reads: Codeine I gr/mL. Which syringe will you use? How much will you draw into the syringe?
308 UNIT 5 Medication Administration 43. The health care provider’s order reads: NPH inculin 22 units subcur daily ar 0700. The medication label reads: NPH insulin U-100ml Which syringe will you use? How much will you draw into the syringe? USE U-100 ONLY 44. The health care provider’s order reads: Heparin 15,000 units subcut every 12 hours. The medication label reads: Heparin 20,000 units per me Which syringe will you use? How much will you draw into the syringe? USE 100 ONLY +
Chapter 37 Administering Intradermal, Subcutaneous, and Intramuscular Injections 309 The healthcare provider’s order reads: PPD 0.1 ml ID today. The medication label reads: Tubersol Tuberculin Purified Protein Derivative, 50. Bit per test dose (0.1 ml). How much will you draw into the syringe? which syringe will you use? USE U-10 OY 4. The health care provider’s order reads: Lantus insulin 17 units subeul daily at 0730. The medication label reads: Lantus (insulin glargine rDNA origin) injection) solution for subcutaneous injection Which syringe will you use? How much will you draw into the syringe?
310 UNITS Medication Administration When you shade in the insulin amounts, indicate where in the syringe the first drawn insulin would be and then the correct dosage of the second insulin to be drawn up. 47. The health-care provider’s order reads: NPH 12 units and Novolin R3 units subeut daily at 0700 The medication labels read: NPH U-100/mL and Novolin R U.100mL. Which syringe will you use? Which insulin will you draw into the syringe first? How much of each insulin will you draw into the syringe? What will be the total volume of insulin in the syringe after both are drawn up? -16 USEU 100 ONLY OL 0 cym 48. The health-care provider’s order reads: Lantus 10 units with Regular 4 units subcut now. What is the problem with this insulin order?