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I have 2.5mg of drug in a 16.6 mg/2ml vial, how many units do I draw up to adm

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1. Find the concentration:

\text{Concentration of the drug} = \frac{16.6 \text{ mg}}{2 \text{ ml}} = 8.3 \text{ mg/ml} .

2. Calculate the volume required for 2.5 mg:

\text{Volume} = \frac{2.5 \text{ mg}}{8.3 \text{ mg/ml}} \approx 0.301 \text{ ml} .

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0.301 \text{ ml}

2. Calculate the volume required for 2.5 mg:

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