Parenteral Calculations . Practice…. Matching . The patient is admitted to the hospital in severe congestive heart failure. The physician orders Lasix 80 mg IV push stat followed by 30 mg po b.i.d . The label reads 40 mg in 4 milliliters. How many grams of Lasix will you administer?
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The patient is admitted to the hospital in severe congestive heart failure. The physician orders Lasix 80 mg IV push stat followed by 30 mg pob.i.d. The label reads 40 mg in 4 milliliters. How many grams of Lasix will you administer?
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