# Answer to Question #15031 in Other Math for Donna

Question #15031

3. You receive a prescription for a drug to be given in a dose of 5 mg/m2. Calculate the dose of the drug for a patient with a BSA of 1.25m2. Solve the problem using both ratio and proportion and dimensional analysis

Expert's answer

We got 5 mg/m2 and patient with 1.25 m2. So simply multiple 1.25m2 by 5 mg/m2

and get: 1.25*5=6.25 mg

and get: 1.25*5=6.25 mg

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