Converting 3mg Iv Ms To Oral

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Allie Says:


I need this answer, I want to convert 3mg of IV morphin sulfate to the equivalant oral dose of immediate release morphine. 10mg of IV = 30mg of oral



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Verwon Says:

Each milligram of the IV solution is equivalent to 3mgs of the oral form of Morphine, so a 3mg IV dose would equal 9mgs of the oral dose.

Morphine is a narcotic and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, constipation and dry mouth.

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