# Study sets matching "pharmacy math"

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Common IV sets

Time of infusion

Rate of infusion

Infusion rate

10 gtts/mL... 15 gtts/mL, ... 60 gtts/mL (mini-drip set)

Volume of fluid (amount of drug) __________________________... R…

Volume of fluid (amount of drug) ___________________________…

Drops per min = (# of mL/hr) x (# of gtts/mL) ... ______________…

Common IV sets

10 gtts/mL... 15 gtts/mL, ... 60 gtts/mL (mini-drip set)

Time of infusion

Volume of fluid (amount of drug) __________________________... R…

Formula for Powder Volume

Formula for Flow Rate

Formula for Drop Flow Rate

Weight of Solvent in a Solution Formula

PV=FV-DV; PV is powder volume, FV is final or total volume, an…

FV/Time

drop factor X FV/time (in same units of as drop factor)=drops/…

Solvent Percentage X FV=Total Weight or TW

Formula for Powder Volume

PV=FV-DV; PV is powder volume, FV is final or total volume, an…

Formula for Flow Rate

FV/Time

Formula for Powder Volume

Formula for Flow Rate

Formula for Drop Flow Rate

Weight of Solvent in a Solution Formula

PV=FV-DV; PV is powder volume, FV is final or total volume, an…

FV/Time

drop factor X FV/time (in same units of as drop factor)=drops/…

Solvent Percentage X FV=Total Weight or TW

Formula for Powder Volume

PV=FV-DV; PV is powder volume, FV is final or total volume, an…

Formula for Flow Rate

FV/Time

Clark's Rule

Young's Rule

Weight Based Dosage

Temperature conversion

Adult Dose * (Weight (lbs) / 150) = Child Dose

Adult Dose * (Age / (Age + 12)) = Child Dose

Ratio b/w weight:drug amount

5F = 9C + 160

Clark's Rule

Adult Dose * (Weight (lbs) / 150) = Child Dose

Young's Rule

Adult Dose * (Age / (Age + 12)) = Child Dose

Young's Rule

Clark's Rule for calculation children's…

1 cup or 8 oz

1 oz or 2 tbsp

age of child/age of child +12 * average adult dose =

weight of child/150 * average adult dose =

240 ml

30 ml

Young's Rule

age of child/age of child +12 * average adult dose =

Clark's Rule for calculation children's…

weight of child/150 * average adult dose =