Nursing Math - Medical Calculators Equations Formulas

Non-Injectable Solution Reconstitution Equation Calculator
For Enteral and Oral Feedings
Tropical Solutions and Irrigants

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This calculator determines the amount or volume of solute and solvent required for solution reconstitution.

The input parameters are:

Desired Solution Strength - The final desired solution strength in fraction form. For example, prepare 1/4 strength of an disinfectant.

Desired Solution Quantity - The final desired solution volume or quantity. This is the volume of solution when the solute and solvent are combined.

The input parameters or variables are:

Solute - The substance (solid or liquid) being diluted or dissolved.

Solvent - The substance dissolving the medicine. This is typically a liquid. Solvent is also referred to as the diluent.

In addition, the calculator provides a step by step example of the derived solution.



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