## How do you convert mL HR to mcg min?

Pumps are always mL/h, so 2250 mcg/min x 60 minutes/h = 135,000 mcg/h. We have 15,000 mcg/mL, and need 135,000 mcg/hour so to find our mL/h: 1 mL : 15,000 mcg :: X mL : 135,000 mcg 15,000 X = 135,000 X = 9 So, our pump rate will be 9 mL per hour.

## How do you calculate mcg min?

To find mcg/min: If your amount on hand is in milligrams (mg), convert mg to micrograms (mcg) by multiplying by 1,000. Also, convert hours to minutes.

**How do you do ML HR problems?**

Use the following equations:

- flow rate (mL/hr) = total volume (mL) ÷ infusion time (hr)
- infusion time (hr) = total volume (mL) ÷ flow rate (mL/hr)
- total volume (mL) = flow rate (mL/hr) × infusion time (hr)

**How many drops is 60 mL per hour?**

Reference Chart of Drops per Minute

IV Tubing Drop Factor | Desired Hourly Rate: ML / HR | |

20 | 175 | |
---|---|---|

10 DROP/ML | 3 | 30 |

15 DROP/ML | 5 | 44 |

20 DROP/ML | 6 | 60 |

### How to convert mL / hr to MCG / Min?

The patient’s dosage is 3.58 mg/hr. Next, convert dosage from 3.58 mg/hr to mcg/min. The patient’s norepinephrine dosage is 59.73 mcg/min which is a higher than recommended dose!!!

### When to infuse MCG / Min as mL / hr?

rate (mL/hr) Start an infusion of nitroglycerin at 10 mcg/min, then titrate to chest pain. The nitroglycerin is to be mixed as 50 mg in 250cc of D5W. Use the example below to see how to plug the numbers into the calculator.

**How to calculate the drip rate for an IV drip?**

The algorithm of this IV drip rate calculator applies the flow rate formulas explained below: -If the time is expressed in minutes then the drip rate will be: IV Drip rate = ( Volume to be given in ml * Drop factor in gtts/min)/Time in minutes -In case the time is specified in hours then the flow rate will be:

**Is there a free drip rate table calculator?**

(If drug was not available in the drop down list above, add it here.) Looking for a handheld version? Looking for a free version of this calculator for your palm or pocket pc?