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T test
commonly used method to evaluate the differences in means between two groups. The statistic that you get is a t value.
Dependent t teset
eg_ before vs after. used to test for difference between two similiar or related groups
independent t teset
blood pressure of patients who were given a drug vs. a control group who received a placebo. used to test for difference between two independent groups like sues and natielie's group on the means of a continoius variable
Anova
statistical procedure that determines if there is a significant difference between 3 or more groups. The results of the anova will be an f value which is a ratio made up of the variance between divided by the vairance within, tells us if ther is a difference somewhere. Following a significant F finding, follow up comparison must be done to determine where the differences lie.
Correlation
show how stronly pairs of variable are related. Example VO2 max and reaction time have an inverse relationship , correlation tell us how much the variation in reaction time can be explain by VO2 max. The statistic that you get is an r value.
Motor learning
the study of variables that affect the acquisition of skilled movements as a result of practice (area_
motor learning
a change in capbilitiy of an individiula to perform a motor skill that must be inferred from a relatively permanent improvement in performance aws a result of practice and experience
motor control
study of theories and structures that govern the prodcution of skilled movement. This deals with neural, physical, and behavioral
motor development
study of variables that affect the continous process of human growth, maturation, and motor development form infancy to old age
motor skill
a skill that requires voluntary body and or limb movemnt to achieve its goal initiatied by innervating a muscule
motor ability
a genral innate trait or capcity that is related to ultimate performance of a motor skill
1. ou -
1. Both eyes
2. bid -
2. Two times daily
3. a.d. -
3. Right ear (As directed is also acceptable)
4. ad -
4. As directed (Right ear is also acceptable)
5. gtts -
5. Drops
6. NS -
6. Normal Saline
7. prn -
7. As needed
8. ut dict -
8. As directed
9. tid -
9. Three times daily
10. pr -
10. Per rectum (rectally)
11. q.o.d. -
11. Every other day
12. po -
12. By mouth; Orally
13. sq -
13. Subcutaneously
14. qs -
14. Sufficient quantity
15. ac -
15. Before meals
16. WF -
16. With food
17. BP -
17. Blood pressure
18. PV -
18. Per vagina (vaginally)
19. qd -
19. Every day
20. qid -
20. Four times daily
21. pc -
21. After meals
22. au -
22. Both ears
23. os -
23. Left eye
24. u.d -
24. As directed
25. u -
25. Unit
26. IM -
26. Intramuscularly
27. top -
27. Topically
28. ung -
28. Ointment
29. sl -
29. Sublingually
30. supp -
30. Suppository
31. oz -
31. Ounce
32. fl -
32. Fluid
33. mL -
33. Milliliter
34. gr -
34. Grain
35. mg -
35. Milligram
36. L -
36. Liter
37. IV -
37. Intravenous
38. g -
38. Gram
39. mcg -
39. Microgram
40. tsp -
40. Teaspoon
41. MDI -
41. Metered-dose inhaler
42. caps -
42. Capsule
43. tab -
43. Tablet
44. liq -
44. Liquid
45. ss -
45. One-half
46. od -
46. Right eye
47. as -
47. Left ear
48. hs -
48. At bedtime
49. HA -
49. Headache
50. a.t.c. -
50. Around the clock
Write the definitions for the following prefixes:
Write the definitions for the following prefixes:
1. dys -
1. painful, difficult
2. erythr -
2. red
3. hyper -
3. above or excessive
4. hypo -
4. below or deficient
5. intra -
5. within
6. trans -
6. across, through
7. poly -
7. many
8. micro -
8. small
9. pseudo -
9. false
10. pro -
10. before
11. neo -
11. new
12. exo -
12. outside
13. post -
13. after
14. macro -
14. large
15. pre -
15. before
16. leuk -
16. white
17. end -
17. within
Write the definitions for the following suffixes:
Write the definitions for the following suffixes:
1. ula -
1. small
2. spasm -
2. involuntary contraction
3. toxic -
3. poison
4. tomy -
4. incision
5. sclerosis -
5. narrowing, constriction
6. scopy -
6. examination
7. rrhea -
7. discharge
8. philia -
8. attraction for
9. phagia -
9. swallowing
10. pathy -
10. disease
11. penia -
11. decrease
12. opia -
12. vision
13. oma -
13. tumor
14. cele -
14. pouching or hernia
15. metry -
15. measuring process
16. megaly -
16. enlargement
17. logy -
17. study of
18. lith -
18. stone, calculus
19. itis -
19. inflammation
20. ism -
20. condition of
21. emia -
21. blood condition
22. ectomy -
22. removal
23. algia -
23. pain
Write out the following sig codes as proper patient directions.
Write out the following sig codes as proper patient directions.
1. 1 po q 6 h pp
1. Take 1 tablet/capsule by mouth every 6 hours as needed for pain.
2. 1 po q12h X 10d
2. Take 1 tablet/capsule by mouth every 12 hours for 10 days.
3. 1-2 po q4-6h
3. Take 1-2 tablets/capsules by mouth every 4 to 6 hours.
4. 1 po qid
4. Take 1 tablet/capsule by mouth 4 times daily.
5. 2 po q am X 30d
5. Take 2 tablets/capsules by mouth every morning for 30 days.
6. 2 gtts au bid X 7d
6. Instill 2 drops in both ears 2 times daily for 7 days.
7. 0.5 cc IM q am
7. Inject 0.5 mL intramuscularly every morning.
8. 1 po qid (pc and hs)
8. Take 1 tablet/capsule by mouth 4 times daily (after meals and at bedtime).
9. 1-2 inh q6h prn S.O.B.
9. Use 1-2 inhalations every 6 hours as needed for shortness of breath.
10. 3 gtts as q2h atc
10. Instill 3 drops in the left ear every 2 hours around the clock.
11. 1½ tsp po tid X 5d
11. Take 1 ½ teaspoonsful by mouth 3 times daily for 5 days.
12. 1 patch q 24h
12. Apply 1 patch topically every 24 hours.
13. 1-2 po at onset of HA, NTE 4/day
13. Take 1-2 tablets/capsules by mouth at onset of headache. Not to exceed 4 tablets/capsules per day.
14. 2.5 cc po tid X 7d
14. Take 2.5 mL by mouth 3 times daily for 7 days.
15. AAA qid prn itching
15. Apply to affected area 4 times daily as needed for itching.
1. The generic term for a liquid dosage form in which the drug has been completely dissolved is___________.
1. Solution
2. A technician can use a ___________ and ____________ to effectively pulverize (crush) a tablet.
2. Mortar, Pestle
3. Extemporaneously compounded suspensions will usually require auxiliary labels that say _______________ and/or __________________.
3. Shake Well, Must Be Refrigerated
4. The smallest capsule size is indicated by the number __________.
4. 5
5. The largest capsule size is indicated by the number __________.
5. 000
6. These sheets of paper provide an alternative to an ointment slab on which to compound creams and ointments.
6. Parchment Paper
7. The technique used for filling empty gelatin capsules with a powdered drug.
7. Punch Method
8. These types of solutions are very sweet and may or may not contain drug.
8. Syrups
9. This compound consists of particles of drug "suspended" in a liquid vehicle.
9. Suspensions
10. The three most common types of topical compounds are ____________, ____________ and __________.
10. Creams, Gels, Ointments
11. This type of compound is temperature sensitive and is designed to melt at body temperature. It may use a vehicle like cocoa butter.
11. Suppositories
12. Menthol, wintergreen and camphor solutions are all examples of __________.
12. Spirits
13. These are instruments have a flat metal surface with a wooden or plastic handle and come in many different sizes.
13. Spatulas
14. A technician might add a small amount of liquid to a powdered drug and then continue to pulverize the drug. This practice will reduce the particle size of the powder and is called _______________.
14. Levigation
15. These substances are non-medicated and are used only to "transport" the drug into the body.
15. Vehicle
16. A ____________________ is the type of scale most commonly used in ambulatory pharmacies.
16. Class A Torsion Balance
17. These solutions are used to wash or cleanse a certain area of the body. They may contain an antibiotic or antiseptic.
17. Irrigation
18. Compounds made from two liquids that will not dissolve into each other and must be shaken before each use are specifically called ____________.
18. Emulsion
19. When mixing a cream, a technician will combine powdered drug with the cream vehicle by adding small amounts of each until both substances are completely mixed together. This "little by little" technique is called ___________________.
19. Geometric Dilution
20. When using torsion balance in the pharmacy, the substance being weighed is always put on the _____________ pan.
20. Left
Accolate® – (zafirlukast)
Chronic Asthma
Accupril® – (quinapril)
Hypertension / Angina
Accutane® – (isotretinoin)
Acne
Aciphex® – (rabeprazole)
Acid Reflux, Ulcers, GERD
Adalat® – (nifedipine)
Hypertension, Angina
Advair® – (salmeterol/fluticasone)
Asthma
Aldactone® – (spironolactone)
Edema
Allegra® – (fexofenadine)
Seasonal Allergies
Altace® – (ramipril)
Hypertension, Angina
Ambien® – (zolpidem)
Sleeplessness
Amerge® – (naratriptan)
Migraine Headaches
Amoxil® – (amoxicillin)
Bacterial Infection
Anaprox® – (naproxen)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Ansaid® – (flurbiprofen)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Antabuse® – (disulfiram)
Alcohol Abuse
Aricept® – (donepezil)
Alzheimer’s Disease
Atacand® – (candesartan)
Hypertension
Atarax® – (hydroxyzine HCl)
Allergies, Dizziness
Ativan® – (lorazepam)
Anxiety, Sleeplessness
Atrovent® – (ipratropium)
Asthma
Axid® – (nizatidine)
Indigestion, Acid Reflux
Azulfidine® – (sulfasalazine)
Rheumatoid Arthritis
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B
DRUG
INDICATION
Bactrim® – (sulfamethoxazole / trimethoprim)
Bacterial Infection
Bentyl® – (dicyclomine)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Betagan® – (levobunolo)
Glaucoma
Betapace® – (sotalol)
Hypertension, Angina
Betoptic® – (betaxolol)
Glaucoma
Blocadren® – (timolol)
Hypertension, Angina
Bumex® – (bumetanide)
Edema
BuSpar® – (buspirone)
Anxiety
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C
DRUG
INDICATION
Cafergot® – (ergotamine / caffeine)
Migraine Headache
Calan® – (verapamil)
Hypertension, Angina
Capoten® – (captopril)
Hypertension, Angina
Carafate® – (sucralfate)
Ulcer
Cardene® – (nicardipine)
Hypertension, Angina
Cardizem® – (diltiazem)
Hypertension, Angina
Cardura® – (doxazosin)
Hypertension
Cataflam® – (diclofenac potassium)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Catapres® – (clonidine)
Hypertension
Ceclor® – (cefaclor)
Bacterial Infection
Cefzil® – (cefprozil)
Bacterial Infection
Celebrex® (celecoxib)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Cinobac® (cinoxacin)
Bacterial Infection
Cipro® – (ciprofloxacin)
Bacterial Infection
Claritin® – (loratidine)
Seasonal Allergies
Cleocin® – (clindamycin)
Acne, Bacterial Infection
Cleocin T® – (clindamycin)
Acne
Clinoril® – (sulindac)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Clozaril® – (clozapine)
Schizophrenia
Cogentin® – (benztropine mesylate)
Parkinson’s Disease
Cognex® – (tacrine)
Alzheimer’s Disease
Compazine® - (prochlorperazine)
nausea/vomiting
Coreg® - (carvedilol)
Hypertension, Angina
Corgard® – (nadolol)
Hypertension, Angina
Coumadin® – (warfarin)
Thrombosis (Clots)
Covera® – (verapamil)
Hypertension, Angina
Cozaar® – (losartan)
Hypertension
Cycrin® – (medroxyprogesterone)
Contraception, HRT
Cytotec® – (misoprostol)
Ulcers Due to NSAID Therapy
Go To Top
D
DRUG
INDICATION
Darvocet N-100® – (propoxyphene/APAP)
Pain
Daypro® – (oxaprozin)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Deltasone® – (prednisone)
Inflammation
Demerol® – (meperidine)
Pain
Depakene® – (valproic acid)
Seizure Disorder, Epilepsy
Depakote® – (divalproex)
Seizure Disorder, Epilepsy
Desyrel® – (trazodone)
Depression
Dexedrine® – (dextroamphetamine)
ADD, ADHD, Narcolepsy
Diabeta® – (glyburide)
Diabetes
Didronel® – (etidronate)
Hypercalcemia
Diflucan® – (fluconazole)
Fungal Infections
Dilantin® – (phenytoin)
Seizure Disorder, Epilepsy
Dilaudid® – (hydromorphone)
Pain
Diovan® – (valsartan)
Hypertension
Disalcid® – (salsalate)
Arthritis
Ditropan® – (oxybutynin)
Bladder Spasms
Duragesic® – (fentanyl)
Pain
Dyazide® – (triamterene/HCTZ)
Hypertension, Edema
DynaCirc® – (isradipine)
Hypertension, Angina
E.E.S.® – (erythromycin)
Effexor® – (venlafaxine)
Elavil® – (amitriptyline)
ERYC® – (erythromycin)
Ery-Tab® – (erythromycin)
Estrace® – (estradiol)
Estratab® – (esterified estrogens)
Evista® – (raloxifene)
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F
DRUG
INDICATION
Famvir® – (famciclovir)
Herpes, Shingles
Feldene® – (piroxicam)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Fiorinal® – (butalbital/ASA)
Migraine Headaches
Fioricet® – (butalbital/APAP)
Migraine Headaches
Flagyl® – (metronidazole)
Bacterial Infection
Flexeril® – (cyclobenzaprine)
Skeletal Muscle Pain
Flovent® – (fluticasone)
Asthma, Bronchoconstriction
Floxin® – (ofloxacin)
Bacterial Infection
Flumadine® – (rimantadine)
Influenza Virus
Fosamax® – (alendronate)
Osteoporosis
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G
DRUG
INDICATION
Geodon® – (ziprasidone)
Psychosis
Glucophage® – (metformin)
Diabetes
Glucotrol® – (glipizide)
Diabetes
Glucovance® – (metformin/glyburide)
Diabetes
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H
DRUG
INDICATION
Halcion® – (triazolam)
Anxiety, Sleeplessness
Haldol® – (haloperidol)
Psychosis
Hytrin® – (terazosin)
Hypertension
Hyzaar® – (losartan/HCTZ)
Hypertension, Edema
Go To Top
I
DRUG
INDICATION
Imitrex® – (sumatriptan)
Migraine Headache
Inderal® – (propranolol)
Hypertension, Angina
Indocin® – (indomethacin)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Isoptin® – (verapamil)
Hypertension, Angina
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K
DRUG
INDICATION
K-Dur® – (potassium chloride)
Potassium Deficiency
Keflex® – (cephalexin)
Bacterial Infection
Klonopin® – (clonazepam)
Anxiety, Sleeplessness
Kwell® – (lindane)
Lice, Scabies
Kytril® – (granisetron)
Nausea, Vomiting
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L
DRUG
INDICATION
Lachydrin® – (AmLactin® )
Dry Skin
Lactulose® – (Duphalac® )
Constipation
Lamictal® – (lamotrigene)® )
Epilepsy
Lamisil® – (terbinafine)
Fungal Infection
Lanoxin® – (digoxin)
Congestive Heart Failure
Lasix® – (furosemide)
Edema
Lescol® – (fluvastatin)
Excessive Cholesterol
Levothroid® – (levothyroxine)
Hypothyroidism
Lipitor® – (atorvastatin)
Excessive Cholesterol
Lithobid® – (lithium)
Bipolar Disorder
Lithonate® – (lithium)
Bipolar Disorder
Lodine® – (etodolac)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Lopid® – (gemfibrozil)
Excessive Cholesterol
Lopressor® – (metoprolol)
Hypertension, Angina
Lorcet® – (hydrocodone/APAP)
Pain
Lortab® – (hydrocodone/APAP)
Pain
Lotensin® – (benazepril)
Hypertension, Angina
Lovenox® – (enoxaparin)
Thrombosis (Clots)
DRUG
INDICATION
Macrobid® – (nitrofurantoin)
Bacterial Infection
Macrodantin® – (nitrofurantoin)
Bacterial Infection
Maxalt® – (rizatriptan)
Migraine Headache
Maxzide® – (triamterene/HCTZ)
Hypertension, Edema
Mevacor® – (lovastatin)
Excessive Cholesterol
Micro K® – (potassium chloride)
Potassium Deficiency
Micronase® – (glyburide)
Diabetes
Minipress® – (prazosin)
Hypertension
Minocin® – (minocycline)
Acne, Bacterial Infection
Monopril® – (fosinopril)
Hypertension, Angina
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N
DRUG
INDICATION
Naprosyn® – (naproxen)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Neoral® – (cyclosporine)
Transplant Recipient
Neurontin® – (gabapentin)
Seizure Disorders
Nexium® – (esomeprazole)
Ulcers, GERD
Nitro-Dur® – (nitroglycerin)
Angina
Nizoral® – (ketoconazole)
Fungal Infection
Nolvadex® – (tamoxifen)
Estrogen-Dependant Tumors
Noroxin® – (norfloxacin)
Bacterial Infections
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O
DRUG
INDICATION
Ogen® – (estropipate)
Estrogen Deficiency
Orasone® – (prednisone)
Inflammation
Orinase® – (tolbutamide)
Diabetes
Orudis® – (ketoprofen)
Pain Due to Inflammation
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P
DRUG
INDICATION
Pamelor® – (nortriptyline)
Depression
Paxil® – (paroxetine)
Depression
Pediapred® – (prednisolone)
Asthma
PenVee K® – (penicillin)
Bacterial Infection
Pepcid® – (famotidine)
Indigestion, Acid, Ulcers
Percocet® – (oxycodone/APAP)
Pain
Percodan® – (oxycodone/ASA)
Pain
Peridex® – (chlorhexidine)
Gum Disease
Phenergan® – (promethazine)
Nausea, Vomiting
Phenergan / Codeine® – (promethazine / codeine)
Cough
Plaquenil® – (hydroxychloroquine)
Rheumatoid Arthritis / Malarial Preventative
Plendil® – (felodipine)
Hypertension, Angina
Pravachol® – (pravastatin)
Excessive Cholestrol
Premarin® – (conjugated estrogens)
Estrogen Deficiency
Prevacid® – (lansoprazole)
Ulcers, GERD
Prilosec® – (omeprazole)
Ulcers, GERD
Prinivil® – (lisinopril)
Hypertension, Angina
Procardia® – (nifedipine)
Hypertension, Angina
Proscar® – (finasteride)
BPH (Enlarged Prostate)
ProSom® – (estazolam)
Sleeplessness
Protonix® – (pantoprazole)
Ulcers, GERD
Proventil® – (albuterol)
Asthma
Provera® – (medroxyprogesterone)
Contraception
Prozac® – (fluoxetine)
Depression
Pyridium® – (phenazopyridine)
Painful Urination
Go To Top
Q
DRUG
INDICATION
Questran® – (cholestryramine)
Excessive Cholesterol
Go To Top
R
DRUG
INDICATION
Reglan® – (metoclopramide)
Nausea, Vomiting
Relafen® – (nabumetone)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Restoril® – (temazepam)
Anxiety, Sleeplessness
Risperdol® – (risperidone)
Psychosis
Ritalin® – (methylphenidate)
ADD, ADHD, Narcolepsy
Robitussin® – (guaifenesin)
Congestion
Go To Top
S
DRUG
INDICATION
Sandimmune® – (cyclosporine)
Transplant Recipient
Septra® – (sulfamethoxazole / trimethoprim)
Bacterial Infection
Serax® – (oxazepam)
Anxiety, Sleeplessness
Serevent® – (salmeterol)
Asthma
Seroquel® – (quetiapine)
Psychosis
Serzone® – (nefazodone)
Depression
Singulair® – (montelukast)
Chronic Asthma
Slow-K® – (potassium chloride)
Potassium Deficiency
Soma® – (carisoprodol)
Skeletal Muscle Pain
Sonata® – (zaleplon)
Sleeplessness
Sporanox® – (itraconazole)
Fungal Infections
Stadol® – (butorphanol)
Pain
Sublimaze® – (fentanyl)
Pain
Sumycin® – (tetracycline)
Acne, Bacterial Infections
Symmetrel® – (amantadine)
Influenza Virus
Synthroid® – (levothyroxine)
Hypothyroidism
Go To Top
T
DRUG
INDICATION
Tagamet® – (cimetidine)
Indigestion, Acid
Tamiflu® – (oseltamivir)
Influenza
Tapazole® – (methimazole)
Hyperthyroidism
Tenormin® – (atenolol)
Hypertension
Theo-Dur® – (theophylline)
Asthma
Tiazac® – (diltiazem)
Hypertension, Angina
Ticlid® – (ticlopidine)
Thrombosis (Clots)
Tigan® – (trimethobenzamide)
Nausea, Vomiting
Tolectin® – (tolmetin)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Tolinase® – (tolazamide)
Diabetes
Toradol® – (ketorolac)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Transderm Nitro® – (nitroglycerin)
Angina
Trental® – (pentoxifylline)
Thrombosis
Trilafon® – (perphenazine)
Psychosis
Trovan® – (trovafloxacin)
Bacterial Infection
Tylenol w/Codeine® – (acetaminophen / codeine)
Pain
Tylox® – (oxycodone/APAP)
Pain
Go To Top
U
DRUG
INDICATION
Ultram® – (tramadol)
Pain
Go To Top
V
DRUG
INDICATION
Valium® – (diazepam)
Sleeplessness, Anxiety, Skeletal Muscle Spasms
Valtrex® – (valacyclovir)
Herpes, Shingles
Vancocin® – (vancomycin)
Bacterial Infections
Vasotec® – (enalapril)
Hypertension, Angina
Ventolin® – (albuterol)
Asthma
Veralen® – (verapamil)
Hypertension, Angina
Viagra® – (sildenafil)
Impotence, Sexual Dysfunction
Vicodin® – (hydrocodone / APAP)
Pain
Vicoprofen® – (hydrocodone / ibuprofen)
Pain
Vioxx® – (rofecoxib)
Pain Due to Inflammation
Vistaril® – (hydroxyzine pamoate)
Dizziness, Allergies
Voltaren® – (diclofenac sodium)
Pain Due to Inflammation
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W
DURG
INDICATION
Wellbutrin® – (bupropion)
Depression
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X
DRUG
INDICATION
Xalatan® – (latanoprost)
Glaucoma
Xanax® – (alprazolam)
Anxiety
Xenical® – (orlistat)
Obesity
Go To Top
Z
DRUG
INDICATION
Zantac® – (ranitidine)
Indigestion, Acid
Zestoretic® – (lisinopril/HCTZ)
Hypertension, Edema
Zestril® – (lisinopril)
Hypertension, Angina
Zithromax® – (azithromycin)
Bacterial Infections
Zocor® – (simvastatin)
Excessive Cholesterol
Zofran® – (ondansetron)
Nausea/Vomiting
Zoloft® – (sertraline)
Depression
Zomig® – (zolmitriptan)
Migraine Headache
Zovirax® – (acyclovir)
Herpes, Shingles
Zyban® – (bupropion)
Smoking
Zyflo® - (zileuton)
Chronic Asthema
Zyloprim® – (allopurinol)
Gout
Zyprexa® – (olanzapine)
Psychosis
Zyrtec® – (cetirizine)
Seasonal Allergies
Zyvox® – (linezolid)
Bacterial Infections
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5
3. V
2
4. II
9
5. IX
11
6. XI
25
7. XXV
30
8. XXX
50
9. L
8
10. VIII
6
11. VI
45
12. VL   
53
13. LIII
99
14. IC
4
15. IV
16
16. XVI
27
17. XXVII
39
18. XXXIX
41
19. XLI
86
20. LXXXVI
Convert The Following Metric Measurements.
1. 250 mcg = ___________mg
1. 250 mcg = __0.25______mg
2. 935 mcg = ___________mg
2. 935 mcg = __0.935______mg
3. 600 mL = ___________L
3. 600 mL = __0.6______L
4. 1200 mg = ___________g
4. 1200 mg = __1.2______g
5. 750 cc = ___________L
5. 750 cc = __0.75_____L
6. 150 mg = ___________g
6. 150 mg = __0.15_____g
7. 320 mg = ___________g
7. 320 mg = __0.32_____g
8. 100 mL = ___________L
8. 100 mL = __0.1______L
9. 725 mcg = ___________kg
9. 725 mcg = __0.000000725_kg
10. 7 mg = ___________mcg
10. 7 mg = __7000_____mcg
11. 0.01 mg = ___________mcg
11. 0.01 mg = __10_______mcg
12. 7 kg = ___________g
12. 7 kg = __7000_____g
13. 1.7 L = ___________mL
13. 1.7 L = __1700_____mL
14. 3.2 g = ___________mg
14. 3.2 g = __3200_____mg
15. 0.03 kg = ___________g
15. 0.03 kg = __30_______g
16. 0.3 L = ___________mL
16. 0.3 L = __300______mL
17. 2.5 L = ___________cc
17. 2.5 L = __2500_____cc
18. 1.4 g = ___________mg
18. 1.4 g = __1400_____mg
19. 2000 g = ___________kg
19. 2000 g = __2________kg
20. 0.2 mg = ___________g
20. 0.2 mg = __0.0002___g
21. 100 mg = ___________g
21. 100 mg = __0.1______g
22. 4 g = ___________mg
22. 4 g = __4000_____mg
23. 0.75 mg = ___________g
23. 0.75 mg = __0.00075__g
24. 15 cc = ___________mL
24. 15 cc = __15_______mL
25. 35 L = ___________mL
25. 35 L = __35,000_____mL
26. 1.5 kL = ___________L
26. 1.5 kL = __1500_____L
27. 25 mg = ___________kg
27. 25 mg = __0.000025_kg
28. 300 mg = ___________g
28. 300 mg = __0.3______g
29. 0.95 cc = ___________L
29. 0.95 cc = __0.00095__L
30. 0.25 g = ___________mg
30. 0.25 g = __250______mg
31. 0.01 mg = ___________mcg
31. 0.01 mg = __10_____ mcg
32. 7 kg = ___________g
32. 7 kg = __7000_____g
33. 0.3L = ___________mL
33. 0.3 L = __300______mL
34. 1.5 mg = ___________g
34. 1.5 mg = __0.0015____g
35. 0.4 mg = ___________mcg
35. 0.4 mg = __400_____ mcg
36. 0.03 kg = ___________mg
36. 0.03 kg = __30,000____mg
37. 3.8 g = ___________mg
37. 3.8 g = __3800_____mg
38. 1.7 L = ___________mL
38. 1.7 L = __1700_____mL
39. 875 mL = ___________L
39. 875 mL = __0.875_ L
40. 2 mg = ___________mcg
40. 2 mg = __2000_____mcg
41. 62 g = ___________mg
41. 62 g = __62,000____mg
42. 167mg = ___________mcg
42. 167 mg = __167,000___mcg