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How to Calculate IV Rates.?

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1. Multiply the volume by the drop factor. For example, a 1,500 mL volume x 10 drop factor = 15,000. Drop factors indicate how many drops it takes to produce a mL of the medication. In the example above, a drop factor of 10 means that every mL of
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