You are caring for a patient at home who must take Xarelto (rivaroxiban) The medication is weight based and the patient weighs 145.2 pounds based on the dosage chart below, how many mg should this patient be recieving? (please, show your work). Patient weight <50 kg 5 mg Once a day Patient weight 50-100 kg 15 mg Once a day Patient weight >100 kg 20 mg Once a day 2) A patient is to receive a dose of Heparin 8000 units via IV push. The Heparin Vial contains 10,000 UNITS in 10 ml. How many mL of medication will the nurse draw up to administer the order ? 3) The medication order reads give Lovastatin 30 mg daily at bedtime, PO. The medication is available in 20 mg tablets. How many tablets will the nurse administer to the patient? 4) A patient is to receive niacin (Niaspan), 1.5 G per day in 2 divided doses. The medication is available in 250 mg extended release tablets. How many milligrams will the patient receive for each dose? How many tablets per dose? 5) You are visiting Mrs. N, a homebound patient who is being treated for a recent surgery. She is to receive Lovenox (enoxaparin) 4000 units SQ daily to prevent deep vein thrombosis. The prefilled syringe below is 6000 Units/ 0.6 ml. Based on the information , how many ml will you give Mrs. N? Patient weight <50 kg 5 mg Once a day Patient weight 50-100 kg 15 mg Once a day Patient weight >100 kg 20 mg Once a day.