Cough Syrup A common brand of cough syrup comes in a 4-fluid ounce bottle. The active ingredient in the cough syrup is dextromethorphan. For an adult, the standard dose is 2 teaspoons, and a single dose contains 20.0 mg of dextromethorphan. Using the relationships, 1 fluid ounce = 29.6 mL and 1 teaspoon = 5.0 mL, determine how many grams of dextromethorphan are contained in the bottle.
Major Topics for Exam I: Definitions Risk Factors, Signs/Symptoms, Known Disease and preparticipation screening What to do about the “unknown” Risk Stratification (Low, Moderate and High) Need for Medical Exam, ETT or Physician Supervision Contraindications (Absolute/Relative) Pretest Instructions Resting Measurements Body Composition (including how to calculate a BMI and Waist to Hip Ratio and proper procedures, techniques, anatomical locations/directions of skinfolds and circumferences) Facts about and Importance of Testing Order and Environment Validity, Reliability and Objectivity Notes: Preparticipation Screening – Basic Principles of Assessment Format: MC, T/F, Matching, Fill in the Blank, Case Studies