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finding millimoles

Postby guest » Tue May 17, 2005 5:56 am

I need 30mEq potassium phosphate. I have on hand 4.4mEq/ml. How many ml. needed? Then I there are 3mM/ml of phosphate how many millimoles in the required ml.?
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Re: finding millimoles

Postby guest » Mon Aug 01, 2005 11:05 am

guest wrote:I need 30mEq potassium phosphate. I have on hand 4.4mEq/ml. How many ml. needed? Then I there are 3mM/ml of phosphate how many millimoles in the required ml.?
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Postby sparedog » Wed Oct 12, 2005 9:50 pm

If you need 30meq potassium phosphate, you would figure the volume based upon the potassium component. If the dose is 30Mm of potassium phosphate, you would calculate based upon the phosphate component, ie 30mM would be 10ml (3mM/ml phosphate). Phosphate is not described in mEq, but in mM.
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