Practice drug dosage calculations for the NCLEX or any nursing exam with this 20-item questionnaire. In the actual NCLEX, these type of dosage calculations are usually formatted as a fill-in the blank question type. In this quiz, we’ll present them as the usual multiple choice format, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be easy! Let’s put your mathematical skills to the test! Get your calculators and thinking hats ready!
Check and verify if it’s the right name and form. Beware of look-alike and sound-alike medication names. Misreading medication names that look similar is a common mistake. These look-alike medication names may also sound alike and can lead to errors associated with verbal prescriptions.
—10 Rights of Drug Administration
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- Read each question carefully and choose the best answer.
- You are given one minute per question. Spend your time wisely!
- Answers and rationales are given below. Be sure to read them.
- If you need more clarifications, please direct them to the comments section.
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Drug Dosage Calculations NCLEX Exam 1 (20 Items)
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This IV reconstitution calculation quiz will test your ability to solve dosage and calculation problems of drugs that are needing to be reconstituted. These reconstitution practice problems were designed to help you better understand how to apply basic conversions to advanced drug problems. In nursing school you will be required to learn how to solve these types of problems, along with other drug and dosage calculations.
After you take this quiz, be sure to check out our other dosage and calculation quizzes with video teaching tutorials that go along with each quiz. Sarah BSN, RN does a superb job explaining how to solve these difficult calculations using dimensional analysis in her teaching tutorials.
Video on How to Solve Reconstitution Calculations
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