Number of tsp or tbsp per dose

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If a patient needs to take the medicine TID and if 540 mL are to be administered in 4 days, then determine the number of teaspoonfuls or tablespoonfuls that should be prescribed for each dose.


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lb equals 3 tbsp kg

    The volume of the total content is 540 mL, which will be finished in 4 days. Therefore, daily `540/4 = 135` mL of solutions will be taken.

    Now, TID means 3 time(s) a day; therefore, the volume of each dose will be `135/3 = 45` mL.

    Again, tsp is 5 mL and tbsp is 15 mL. Therefore, 45 mL will be equivalent to 3 tbsp. Answer.


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