Nursing IV Calculation Question?

Your client's IV is 1000 mL to run in 12 hours. The physician changes the order at 10 AM to an 8 h bag. There are 625 ml remaining in the bag when you make the change in rate at 11AM. (a) What is your new hourly rate? (b) What is the drip rate if the drop factor is 10gtt/ml? (c) At what time would this... show more Your client's IV is 1000 mL to run in 12 hours. The physician changes the order at 10 AM to an 8 h bag. There are 625 ml remaining in the bag when you make the change in rate at 11AM.

(a) What is your new hourly rate?
(b) What is the drip rate if the drop factor is 10gtt/ml?
(c) At what time would this bag be finished?

I have the answers but don't understand how the problem was solved.

125ml/hr
21gtt/min
4:00pm
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