Question: cimetidine is used in the treatment and management of gastric...
Cimetidine is used in the treatment and management of gastric ulcers and gastroesophageal reflux disease. In the case of an active ulcer, cimetidine can be administered continuous by IV infusion at a dose rate of 37.5 mg/hr. If the concentration of the cimetidine solution is 6 mg/ml, then how many milliliters must be available for a 4-hr infusion?
Misoprostol is used to prevent NSAID-induced gastric ulcers. A daily dose consists of two tablets administered four times each day. What is the size of one day’s dose if each tablet contains 100 mcg of misoprostol?
Omeprazole is widely used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). A daily dose can consist of a single dose of 40 mg/day. How many days of dosage will a bottle of 48 tablets, each containing 20 mg of omeprazole, provide?
Used to treat different forms of nausea, promethazine is
typically administered every 6 hours at individual doses of 12.5
mg. How much promethazine is there in a week’s dose?