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For medication administration, the universal formula is commonly used. In this formula, the dose is determined by dividing the desired amount of medication (D) by the amount of medication on hand at the pharmacy (H) and then multiplying it by the volume in which the drug is supplied (V):

A basic formula, solving for x, guides us in the setting up of an equation: D/H x Q = x, or Desired dose (amount) = ordered Dose amount/amount on Hand x Quantity. For example, a provider requests lorazepam 4 Mg IV Push for a patient in severe alcohol withdrawal. The clinician has 2 mg/mL vials on hand.

In order to be successful at dosage calculations, you must memorize the metric table. You will be using these units of measurements to help you solve dosage calculations. Test your knowledge with this desired over have practice questions quiz.

A basic formula, solving for x, guides us in the setting up of an equation: D/H x Q = x, or Desired dose (amount) = ordered Dose amount/amount on Hand x Quantity. For example, a provider requests lorazepam 4 Mg IV Push for a patient in severe alcohol withdrawal. The clinician has 2 mg/mL vials on hand.