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                               Calculating Intake and Output Test
Convert the following fluids to cubic centimeters so that you could enter them on an Intake and Output Sheet.

1.      4 oz of orange juice                      =                ___________ cc’s
2.      8oz carton of milk                        =                ___________ cc’s
3.      ¾ of a 12 oz can of soda                  =                ___________ cc’s
4.      ½ of a 10 oz cup of coffee                =                ___________ cc’s
5.      ¾ of water in pitcher (1 pint)            =                ___________ cc’s
6.      4 tablespoons of soup                     =                ___________ cc’s
7.      ½ of ice cream cup (4oz)                  =                ___________ cc’s
8.      90 gtts of water                          =                ___________ cc’s
9.      6 teaspoons of pudding                    =                ___________ cc’s
10.     1 ½ quarts of tea                         =                ___________ cc’s

Calculate the intake and output of these patients for an eight-hour shift.

1.      Katie
                 7:45 AM         Voided 425 ml of urine
                 8:15 AM         Ate 2 eggs; ½ of 4oz juice; 2 piece of bacon; ¾ carton of milk; and 2 pieces of toast
                10:30 AM         Had ¾ of 12 oz can of soda
                11:45 AM         Voided 3 ½ cups of urine
                12:30 PM         Ate ½ of a club sandwich; 8 tablespoons of Jell-O; ¾ bag of potato chips; ½ pint of tea;
                                 and 12 teaspoons of ice cream
                  1:50 PM        Vomited 100 cc of thick yellow emesis
                  2:30 PM        Had one formed stool and voided ½ quart of urine

                Total Intake _________________         Total Output ______________

2.      Christopher
                  7:15 AM        Drank 1 ¾ cups of coffee (10 oz cups)
                  7:45 AM        Voided 250 cc of urine and had ½ cup of liquid BM
                  8:45 AM        Had ½ of broth (200 cc bowl); ¾ of Jell-O (4 oz serving);
                                 ½ of 6oz Popsicle and 1 cup of apple juice (8 oz cup)
                10:25 AM         Had 120 drops of X-ray dye for a diagnostic test
                11:15 AM         Voided 2 ¾ cups of urine
                 1:00 PM         Ate ½ cup of mashed potatoes; 2 peach halves; 10 tbsp. of soup; 2/3 of 12oz can of soda;
                                 and 7 tsp. of pudding.

                 Total Intake _________________ Total Output _________________




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These charts were reprinted and adapted with permission from National HOSA. Current guidelines
for the HOSA Medical Math event are available at www.hosa.org.


HOSA MEDICAL MATH CONVERSION CHART

METRIC SYSTEM

Length                                                            Temperature
1 meter = 100 centimeters = 1000 millimeters                        o
                                                                        C= ( F-32) 5/9
                                                                            o


10 millimeters = 1 centimeter                                       o
                                                                        F= ( C) 9/5 + 32
                                                                            o




Weight                                                             Weight Conversion
1 gram = 1000 milligrams                                           1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds
1 milligram = 1000 micrograms                                      1 pound = 16 ounces1
1 kilogram = 1000 grams
1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds
1 pound = 16 ounces

Volume for Solids                                                 Volume for Fluids
1000 cubic millimeters =1 cubic centimeter                          1 liter = 1000 milliliters
1000 cubic centimeters = 1 cubic decimeter                          1 milliliter = 1 cubic centimeter
1000 cubic decimeters = 1 cubic meter                              10 centiliters = 1 deciliter
                                                                   10 deciliters = 1 liter



Metric                                                  =                   Household/English Liquid
1 liter                                                                         1 quart / 32 ounces / 2 pints
500 milliliters                                                                 1 pint / 16 ounces / 2 cups
240 milliliters                                                                 1 cup / 8 ounces
30 milliliters                                                                  1 ounce
15 milliliters                                                                  1 tablespoon / 3 teaspoons
5 milliliters                                                                   1 teaspoon
1 milliliter                                                                    15 drops
0.0667 milliliters                                                              1 drop


Metric                                                 =                    Household/English Linear
1 meter                                                                         39.372 inches / 3.281 feet
0.914 meters                                                                    3 feet / 1 yard
0.3048 meters                                                                   12 inches / 1 foot
2.54 millimeters                                                                1 inch


Source: Simmers, Louise. Diversified Health Occupations. Delmar Publishers, latest edition




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Medical Math Abbreviations
The following are the abbreviations that will be used on the HOSA National Medical Mathematics Exam.
(Source: Simmers, Louise. Diversified Health Occupations. Delmar Publishers, latest edition.) Abbreviations
of measurement terms not listed in the chart below will be spelled out. (Example: deciliter)

In addition, the test will use any and all standard medical abbreviations as designated in the designated textnoted above.

Term Abbreviation                                              Term Abbreviation
millimeter mm                                                  centimeter cm
meter m                                                        gram g
foot/feet ft                                                   milliliter ml or mL
inch in                                                        microgram mcg
inch in                                                        liter L
kilogram kg                                                    ounce oz
pound lb                                                       degrees Celsius O C
                                                               (Centigrade)
degrees Fahrenheit O F                                         quart qt

cubic centimeter cc                                            tablespoon tbsp
pint pt                                                        teaspoon tsp
gallon gal                                                     drop or drops gtt or gtts




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