Week 2 Discussion 1 - At the point when deciding the...

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At the point when deciding the youngster estimated dosage of pharmaceutical we must allude to Cowling's rule. Cowling's Rule is a formula which is utilized to secret measurements of drug from a grown-up dosage to that of a youngster's measurement. The issue speaks to a literal equation comparison in that the variables speak to known qualities. There are three variables show in this illustration. They are: a = child’s age D = adult dosage d = child’s dosage The Formula is: d=D(a+1) 24 I have been told to choose from the table the first letter of my last name: I am using “F”: calculate a 3- year-old child’s dosage of acetaminophen given that the adult dosage is 1000mg. d=D(a+1) The Cowling’s Rule Formula 24 d=1000(3+1) I substituted 1000 for D (adult dosage). & 3 for a (child’s dosage) 24 d=1000(4) “O of O” I added 3 +1 (inside the parentheses). 24 d=4000 “O of O” I then multiplied 1000(4) 24 d=166.666 Then dividing in the last step will give you the

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