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 1 . The prescriber ordered isoniazid 350 mg po tid. What is the dose of this antitubercular drug in grams? g 2 . An order reads 0.004 gram. Change this quantity to milligrams. mg. 3 . gr 15 = mg. 4 . A capsule of acetaminophen (Tylenol), an antipyretic drug, contains 0.5 gram. How much is this in milligrams? mg. 5 . Figure S.1 Using the information in Figure S.1, calculate the number of grams that are contained in 1 capsule. g. 6 . 5000 µg = mg. 7 . Convert 2500 grams to kilograms. kg. 8 . Change 10,000 micrograms to milligrams. mg. 9 . 0.005 mg = g 10 . 5.5 g = mg 11 . 0.012 g = mg 12 . 3.75 L = mL 13 . The order reads 0.02 gram of loratadine (Claritin). How many milligrams equals 0.02 gram? mg 14 . FigureS.2The label in Figure S.2 is for Cephradine. How many milligrams are contained in 100 capsules? mg. 15 . S.3The drug in Figure S.3 is K-Lyte/Cl. How many grams are in one tablet? g.

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