Ant Z.

asked • 12/24/17

Solution Dilution question

An order for 25mg of a oral solution is needed for a patient. You have 1000mg and a 30ml bottle to make the solution. How many ml will you need for 25mg of the finshed oral solution.
So once the solution is made, I will need to get 0.75ml out which = 25mg
 
Is that correct?

Arturo O.

1000 g is 1 kg.  That is a very large amount to work with.  Is that number correct?  Perhaps it should say 1000 mg?  Please double check the original problem statement.
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12/24/17

Ant Z.

ah, yes.  My mistake it should be 1000mg. Thank you for the correction.
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12/24/17

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Arturo O. answered • 12/24/17

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Ant Z.

Thank you. 
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12/25/17

Arturo O.

You are welcome, Ant.
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