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The order is for Mysoline 125 mg PO t.i.d. On hand are 250 mg tablets. How many tablets will you give per dose? ________


Step 1: Set up the conversion ratios:

125 mg x 1 tablet
1 250 mg

Step 2: Cancel like units:

125 mg x 1 tablet
1 250 mg

Step 3: Complete the math:

125

x

1 tablet

= 1/2 tablet
1 250


These drills are intended to be supplementary resource for nurses, medical assistants, and other allied health professionals.  It is not intended to be a primary source of information for unlicensed or informal caregivers. In such instances, detailed information on dosages must be obtained from a physician or pharmacist.

Note: These examples are computer generated in order to provide the widest variety of dosage calculations. If you find any erroneous or misleading solutions, please contact us immediately with a clear description of the exercise.

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015