**Nursing Dosage Calculations: Example Problems with …**
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Jul 17, 2020 · If we multiply times 24 hours, cross off our hours, that will give us how many milliliters they're going to get over 24 hour period of time. If we do that math, we end up with 1200ml. Next, let's handle the next antibiotic. With that antibiotic, they're going to be getting 100ml of fluid every 8 hours.

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