**Round to nearest tenth** Weighs = 11.2 kg 120 mg = 8 hours SDR = 280-560 mg/day 1 day = 24 hours Mg/dose = 280mg/day X day/24 hr X 8 hrs/dose = 93.3 mg/dose Mg/dose = 560 mg/day X day/24 hrs X 8 hers/dose = 186.7 mg/dose.

## How do you calculate dosage of a drug?

To calculate the number of tablets, use the following formula: **Strength required / Stock strength = Number of tablet (s) required**. Or another way this drug dosage formula can be expressed is: What you want / What you’ve got = Number of tablet (s) required.

My answer is It’s important to note that any substance, especially drugs, may prove toxic when you administer an inappropriate dose. This is why you should always check the dosage calculations manually or using the drug dosage calculator. **You must make sure that you administer any drug dosage** carefully and accurately.

This begs the query “How to calculate the volume dose for liquid medicine?”

To calculate the volume dose for liquid medicine, use this formula: (**Strength required / Stock strength**) × Stock volume = Volume dose required Or another way this liquid dose formula can be expressed is:.

Weight in Kg * Dosage Per Kg = Y (Required Dosage) Example: A doctor orders 200 mg of Rocephin to be taken by a ** 15.4 lb infant every 8 hours ** . The medication label shows that 75-150 mg/kg per day is the appropriate dosage range. Is this doctor’s order within the desired range?

## How to calculate the number of tablets required?

** Drug Dosage Calculation Formulas ** To calculate the number of tablets, use the following formula: Strength required / Stock strength = Number of tablet(s) required.

## How many times a day does a doctor order medication?

7 kg * 150 mg/kg = 1,050 mg (Maximum Desired Dosage) 24 hours in one day and the medication is ordered every 8 hours. 24 hrs / 8 hrs = ** 3 ** times per day doctor ordered medication 200 * 3 = 600 mg ordered per day 600 mg is within the desired range of 525-1,050 mg Yes doctor has ordered a dosage within the desired range.