Question: estradiol valerate is an estrogen drug used to treat menopausal...
Estradiol valerate is an estrogen drug used to treat menopausal vasomotor symptoms. A typical dose, administered by deep IM injection, consists of 20 mg once every four weeks. If a vial of estradiol valerate contains 5 ml with a concentration of 10 mg/ml, how many vials will be needed for 40 weeks of therapy?
Follitropin alfa is a fertility drug that stimulates follicle maturation and induces ovulation. A typical dose consists of subcutaneous injections of 75 units/day for 14 days. If 100 units equals 1 milliliter, how many milliliters will be needed for a 2-week treatment?
For the treatment of amenorrhea, norethindrone is administered orally in doses of up to 10 mg/day for 10 consecutive days during the second half of the menstrual cycle. If 5-mg tablets of norethindrone are administered throughout the regimen, how many tablets will be needed?
Oxymethalone is an anabolic steroid used to treat anemia. An effective dose, which is administered over a 3- to 6-month period, is typically 2 mg/day for every kilogram of body mass. For a patient whose weight is 192.5 pounds, how many 50-mg tablets are needed for a daily dose of oxymethalone?