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A patient has an Rx for levalbuterol 0.63 mg nebulized TID. This is three doses of 0.63 mg/vial
per day. One box of levalbuterol 0.63 mg/vial has 24 vials. What is the days’ supply for one box?
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24 vials x 1 day/3 vials = x days
x = 8 days

Insulin. For insulin, you need to know how many units are in one vial. There are usually 1000 units/vial
(100 units/mL x 10 mL = 1000 units) unless you are dispensing U-500, in which case there are 5000
units/vial (500 units/mL x 10 mL = 5000 units).
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