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The primary healthcare provider prescribes 1.5 grams of an antibiotic to be administered IV piggyback 30 minutes before surgery to prevent infection. The medication is supplied in a 10-g vial that states that after reconstitution there will be 500 mg/mL. How much solution should the nurse administer? Round your answer using a whole number.

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