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# Tutor profile: Naheeda D.

Naheeda D.
Tutor for six years

## Questions

### Subject:Nursing

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You have an order to administer 40 mg of methadone (Dolophine) SC for opioid detoxification. You have on hand 30 mg/mL. How much should you draw into the syringe?

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Formula: The formula is: (Desired x Vehicle) / On Hand = amount to administer Rationale: - Use the standard formula above. - Multiply 40 mg (desired dose) to 1 mL (vehicle) to get 40 mL. - Then, divide 40 with 30 mg (drug on hand) to get 1.3 mL. - The mg will cancel out leaving the answer to have an SI unit of mL Computation: 40 mg * ( 1 mL / 30 mg) = 1.3 mL

### Subject:Biology

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Movement of cell against concentration gradient is called A. osmosis B. diffusion C. active transport D. passive transport

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Answer: Active transport Option C Explanation: Active transport, is the only transportation method that can move species against their concentration gradient (from low to high concentration). Facilitated diffusion only moves species down their concentration gradient from high to low concentration.

### Subject:Anatomy

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The total number of bones found in right upper limb is ____________ a) 25 b) 30 c) 60 d) 28

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ANSWER: 30 ( B ) Explanation: The upper arm is divided into 3 regions. These region consist of arm located between shoulder and elbow joints the forearm which is between the elbow and wrist joints and the hand which is located distal to the wrist. There are 30 bones in each upper limb.

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