Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing case study and need an explanation to he

Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing case study and need an explanation to help me learn.Don’t need a paper, just need these dosage calculations done for the 3 medications. Pt is 5 years old and 48 lbs . Please explain how you got that answer since I really struggle with these. Thank you.PT AssessmentVital Signs: T 102.9, P 135, R 24, BP 118/60, O2 sat 100% RAGeneral Appearance: appears drowsy; face flushed, quietNeuro: oriented X3Cardiovascular: unremarkableRespiratory: lungs clearIntegumentary: very warm, dryGI/GU: abdomen normalPhysician OrdersComplete Blood Count (CBC)Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP)Urinalysis with culture and sensitivity (U/A C&S)Blood Cultures x 2X-rays kidneys,Influenza screeningAcetaminophen 15 mg/kg PO nowIbuprofen 10 mg/kg PO nowPad side railsSuction at bedside with seizure precautionsRadiographs of right armCast to right armStart PO fluids and increase as toleratedThe physician discharges Gabriel from ER to home with a diagnosis of; Right ear infection, Acute Febrile Seizure and fracture of the right ulna.Discharge orders include:Follow up with pediatrician in 7 daysFollow up with pediatric orthopedics in 7-10 daysCefuroxime 30mg/kg PO BID for 10 days not to exceed 1,000mg daily. What is the recommended dosage if cefuroxime is supplied as an oral suspension 125mg/5ml or 250/5ml?Acetaminophen 15 mg/kg PO Q4 hours PRN fever or pain and ibuprofen 10 mg/kg PO Q6 hours PRN fever and pain for up to 3 daysAcetaminophen is available as 160 mg/5 mL. Ibuprofen is available as 100 mg/ 5 mL.What is the amount of acetaminophen in mg and ml per dose? What is the amount of ibuprofen in mg and ml per dose?
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