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For an IV rate of 100 ml per hour, you would set the IV pump to deliver 1.67 ml per minute (100 ml divided by 60 minutes). If you are using a standard IV administration set with a drip factor of 10 drops per ml, this would equal 16.7 drops per minute (1.67 ml multiplied by 10 drops). You would typically round this to the nearest whole number, so in this case, it would be 17 drops per minute.

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