# Study sets matching "pharmacology calculations"

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I kg

1 g

Never use trailing zero (after decimal point)... 25 not 25.0... 25.0…

Gram = G... Microgram = mcg ... Milligram = mg... Kilogram = kg... Liter =…

1000 g

1000 mg

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Never use trailing zero (after decimal point)... 25 not 25.0... 25.0…

Metric abbreviations

Gram = G... Microgram = mcg ... Milligram = mg... Kilogram = kg... Liter =…

Percent weight-in-volume

percent volume-in-volume

Percent weight-in-weight

Conventional units in ratio strength va…

Number of grams of medication per 100mL of liquid

Number of mL of medication per 100 mL of liquid

Number of grams of medication per 100 g of mixture

Amount of drug in grams in a solution: volume in mL

Percent weight-in-volume

Number of grams of medication per 100mL of liquid

percent volume-in-volume

Number of mL of medication per 100 mL of liquid

Fried's Rule of child dose

Clark's rule of child dose

BSA rule of child dose

weight in volume

based on age (<2) ; (age(in months)/150)x average adult dose

based on (weight of child/150) x adult dose

based on body surface (nomogram) (body surface of child (m2)/1…

contain a given weight of solute in enough solvent so that the…

Fried's Rule of child dose

based on age (<2) ; (age(in months)/150)x average adult dose

Clark's rule of child dose

based on (weight of child/150) x adult dose

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Metric abbreviations

I kg

1 lb

Never use trailing zero (after decimal point)... 25 not 25.0... 25.0…

Gram = G... Microgram = mcg ... Milligram = mg... Kilogram = kg... Liter =…

1000 g

...

Zeros

Never use trailing zero (after decimal point)... 25 not 25.0... 25.0…

Metric abbreviations

Gram = G... Microgram = mcg ... Milligram = mg... Kilogram = kg... Liter =…

Zeros

Metric abbreviations

I kg

1 lb

Never use trailing zero (after decimal point)... 25 not 25.0... 25.0…

Gram = G... Microgram = mcg ... Milligram = mg... Kilogram = kg... Liter =…

1000 g

...

Zeros

Never use trailing zero (after decimal point)... 25 not 25.0... 25.0…

Metric abbreviations

Gram = G... Microgram = mcg ... Milligram = mg... Kilogram = kg... Liter =…

apothecary system

Clark's rule

Conversion

Fried's rule

a very old system of measure that was specifically developed f…

a method of determining the correct drug dose for a child base…

inding the equivalent values between two systems of measure

A method of determining a pediatric drug dose for a child youn…

apothecary system

a very old system of measure that was specifically developed f…

Clark's rule

a method of determining the correct drug dose for a child base…

apothecary system

Clark's rule:

child dose

conversion:

a very old system of measure that was specifically developed f…

a method of determining the correct drug dose for a child base…

weight of child (lb) divided by 150 (lb)

finding the equivalent values between two systems of measure

apothecary system

a very old system of measure that was specifically developed f…

Clark's rule:

a method of determining the correct drug dose for a child base…

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Partial agonist

tendency of a ligand to bind to a receptor (Kd - conc when hal…

Measure of the concentration of a drug required to induce a re…

ability of a ligand once bound to elicit changes which lead to…

drug which induces a non-maximal response

Affinity

tendency of a ligand to bind to a receptor (Kd - conc when hal…

Potency

Measure of the concentration of a drug required to induce a re…

Kilograms (kg) to pounds (lbs)

Pounds to Kilograms

Roman Numerals

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Multiply kg by 2.2... Example: 270kg x 2.2= 594 lbs

Divide lbs by 2.2... Example: 98 lbs/2.2= 44.5 kg

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Kilograms (kg) to pounds (lbs)

Multiply kg by 2.2... Example: 270kg x 2.2= 594 lbs

Pounds to Kilograms

Divide lbs by 2.2... Example: 98 lbs/2.2= 44.5 kg

Affinity

Potency

Efficacy

Reversible competitive antagonists

the tendency of a ligand to bind to a receptor (Kd- when 50% o…

A measure of the concentration of the drug required to induce…

the ability of a ligand, once bound, to elicit changes which l…

receptor/antagonist interaction is reversible

Affinity

the tendency of a ligand to bind to a receptor (Kd- when 50% o…

Potency

A measure of the concentration of the drug required to induce…

absorption

administer

adverse effect

analgesic

the process by which one substances taken in and incorporated…

to give a drug by a route such as by mouth or by injection thr…

negative effects that out weigh the benifits of taking a medic…

A drug or medicine given to release pain with out causing loss…

absorption

the process by which one substances taken in and incorporated…

administer

to give a drug by a route such as by mouth or by injection thr…

what do you use for mg/kg?

what do you use for ml/lb?

what do you use when you're told to giv…

what do you use to determine how much s…

dosage x wt / concentration = dose

dosage x animal wt / dosage wt = dose

dosage rate x wt / concentration = dose

Desired % concentration x Desired Volume / 100 = g of solute

what do you use for mg/kg?

dosage x wt / concentration = dose

what do you use for ml/lb?

dosage x animal wt / dosage wt = dose