# Study sets matching "pharmacology calculations"

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Metric abbreviations

I kg

1 g

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

1000 g

1000 mg

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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

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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 =…

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…

Affinity

Potency

Efficacy

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

Are children classified as small adults?

How are most drugs packaged and prepare…

What should be done to avoid medication…

What must be known prior to administeri…

No

In adult doses

Use common sense (20 tabs is too much)... Clarify questionable do…

Safe dose, expected action, side effects, signs of toxicity, a…

Are children classified as small adults?

No

How are most drugs packaged and prepare…

In adult doses

Medication

Pharmacology

PharmD

RPh

Also called drugs; used to prevent disease or pregnancy, aid i…

The science that deals with the origin, nature, chemistry, eff…

Doctor of pharmacy

____= registered pharmacist

Medication

Also called drugs; used to prevent disease or pregnancy, aid i…

Pharmacology

The science that deals with the origin, nature, chemistry, eff…

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

How must controlled substances be store…

What is the name of the agency that ove…

A horse has an allergic reaction to det…

Doses of medications administered to pa…

Logged and kept in a double locked cabinet

Food and Drug Administration

Xylazine

mg

How must controlled substances be store…

Logged and kept in a double locked cabinet

What is the name of the agency that ove…

Food and Drug Administration

ratios

proportion

formula

dimensional analysis

comparisons between two things

statement saying those two ratios are equal

rule prescribing how to calculate a dosage

method based on the premise that any number can be multiplied…

ratios

comparisons between two things

proportion

statement saying those two ratios are equal

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…