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    doctor ordered 300mcg of sulfate . it is available in 1/150 grain per ml. how many ml should i administer
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    Re: math for health science

    Step 1: convert all units to micrograms (alternatively, to milligrams).
    Step 2: If you need x mcg of sulfate and each ml contains y mcg of sulfate, then you need x / y ml.

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