Math for Health Sciences
Math 105
Units 9 and 10

The following are problems taken from old exams. Your test will be similar, but the specific questions can vary from year to year. You can expect about thirty-five problems on your test.

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1) Answer the following questins about the drug label shown below.

  1. How many milligrams are in 2 milliliters of atropine?

  2. How many mL are in the entire vial?

  3. What is the dosage strength?

  4. What is the generic brand of the medication?

2) Shade the medicine cups to indicate the dosage requested.

  1. 10 mL

  2. 24 mL

  3. 2 tsp

3) Mark the dosage requested on the syringes below.

  1. 4.8 mL

  2. 8.2 mL

  3. 0.47 mL

  4. 0.08 mL

4) Use the IV bag shown to determine the following questions.

  1. What volume has been infused?

  2. What volume remains to be infused?
5) Convert the following Apothecary and household measurements.

  1. 96 oz = _____ lb

  2. 2.5 pt = _____ fl oz

  3. 7.5 tsp = ____ tbsp

  4. 20 fl oz = _____ c

  5. 18 Tbsp = _____ fl oz

  6. ¾ lb = _____ oz

6) Convert the following between the various measurement systems.

  1. 5 in = ____ cm

  2. 2 ft = ____ m

  3. 11 lb = ____ kg

  4. 5.7 L = ____ qt

  5. 3.4 kg = ____ lb

  6. 50.8 cm = ____ in

  7. 120 mL = ____ fl oz

  8. 10 mL = ____ tsp