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 U unit (insulin) What are the two common units in the apothecary system? ounce & grain mU milliunit (rare) mEq milliequivalent (electrolytes) Kings have diamonds, diamonds cost money. What does this sentence stand for? kilo-, hecto-, deca-, deci-, centi-, milli- What are the three most common measurement prefixes in pharmacy? kilo, milli, micro IU international units What are the metric base units? gram, liter, meter How do you label apothecary units? The units come before the number. ex. gr 12 = 12 grains gr 1 = ___ mg 64.8 mg 1 tsp = ___ mL 5 mL 1 pt = ___ mL 473 mL 1 fl. oz. = ___ mL 30 mL 1 kg = ___ lb. 2.2 lb. 1 tbsp = ___ mL 15 mL 1 g = ___ mg 1000 mg 1 mg = ___ mcg 1000 mcg 1 kg = ___ g 1000 g To go from a larger to small number, multiply by _________. 1 /1000 3 tsp = ___ tbsp 1 tbsp 2.2 lb. = ___ kg 1 kg 2 tbsp = ___ fl. oz. 1 fl. oz. To go from a smaller to larger unit, multiply by _________. 1000 / 1 1 fl. oz. = ___ tbsp 2 tbsp 473 mL = ___ pt 1 pt The formula to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius is ____________. The formula to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius is ____________. g/g measures ... A) Weight/Weight B) Weight/Volume C) Volume/Volume A) Weight/Weight g/mL measures ... A) Weight/Weight B) Weight/Volume C) Volume/Volume B) Weight/Volume mL/mL measures ... A) Weight/Weight B) Weight/Volume C) Volume/Volume C) Volume/Volume What is the micro drip rate? 60 gtts/mL What is the macro drip rate? 15 gtts/mL How many units of insulin are in 1 mL? 100 U / mL 1 mL = ___ gtts 15 gtts 15 gtts = ___ mL 1 mL What is the formula for powder volume? Final Volume - Diluent