## How many mL is a kg per hour?

The milliliters per hour unit number 1,000.00 mL/h converts to 1 kg/h, one kilogram (water mass) per hour.

**How do you calculate IVF hours?**

The formula to calculate how many hours will it take for the IV to complete before it runs out is: Time (hours) = Volume (mL) Drip Rate (mL/hour) . The volume of the fluid is 1 000 mL and the IV pump set at 62 mL/hour.

**How do you calculate mg/kg per day?**

Care must be taken to properly convert body weight from pounds to kilograms (1 kg= 2.2 lb) before calculating doses based on body weight….Example 2.

Step 1. Calculate the dose in mg: | 18 kg × 100 mg/kg/day = 1800 mg/day |
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Step 3. Convert the mg dose to mL: | 1800 mg/dose ÷ 40 mg/mL = 45 mL once daily |

### How do I calculate mL per hour?

If you simply need to figure out the mL per hour to infuse, take the total volume in mL, divided by the total time in hours, to equal the mL per hour. For example, if you have 1,000 mL NS to infuse over 8 hours, take 1,000 divided by 8, to equal 125 mL/hr. To calculate the drops per minute, the drop factor is needed.

**How many mL is a kg of water?**

How Many Milliliters are in a Kilogram?

Weight in Kilograms: | Volume in Milliliters of: | |
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Water | All Purpose Flour | |

1 kg | 1,000 ml | 1,890 ml |

2 kg | 2,000 ml | 3,781 ml |

3 kg | 3,000 ml | 5,671 ml |

**How long will it take 1000 mL to infuse if the flow rate is 125 mL H?**

#### How do you convert mg/kg to mL per day?

The dose required is 40 mg/kg/day divided BID and the suspension comes in a concentration of 400 mg/5 mL….Example 2.

Step 1. Calculate the dose in mg: | 18 kg × 100 mg/kg/day = 1800 mg/day |
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Step 3. Convert the mg dose to mL: | 1800 mg/dose ÷ 40 mg/mL = 45 mL once daily |

**What is the fluid velocity of water?**

What is a ‘good’ pipe velocity?

Fluid | Typical Pipe Velocity (m/s) |
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Water | 0.9 – 2.4 |

Carbon tetrachloride | 1.8 |

Chlorine, liquid | 1.5 |

Ethylene glycol | 1.8 |

**How do you calculate mL HR weight?**

To find the ml/hr: Step 1 – Write down the patient’s weight and convert Step 2 – Write down desired infusion dosage Step 3 – Write down the given IV strength (amt/volume) Step 4 – Convert as needed Step 5 – Reduce the units Step 6 – Perform the math 70 mcg/kg/minute. 1 x 2.2 2.2 = 48 kg 70 mcg/kg/minute.

## How do you convert ml of water to kg?

To convert a milliliter measurement to a kilogram measurement, divide the volume multiplied by the density of the ingredient or material by 1,000. Thus, the volume in kilograms is equal to the milliliters times the density of the ingredient or material divided by 1,000.

**What is cfs to GPM?**

cfs= 448.8325660485*gpm.