Syringe and patient

In 1 ampoule of 2 ml is 15 mg of Dipidol. The patient should receive 10 mg. How much ml do I draw into the syringe?

Correct answer:

x =  1.3333 ml

Step-by-step explanation:

m1=15 mg V1=2 ml m2=10 mg  m1/V1 = m2/x  m1 (x/V1)=m2 15 (x/2)=10  15x=20  x=1520=1.33333333  x=341.333333=1.3333 ml

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