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Radioactive Isotope Intravenously

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Your patient needs to receive 7.2mCi of a radioactive isotope intravenously. the isotope is supplied in vials containing 7.00cc of liquid and each vial has an activity of 80mCi. How many mL of the liquid should your patient receive?

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The solution discusses how much radioactive isotope intravenously the patient should receive.

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