Week 2 Discussion - adult dose 1000mg acetaminophen 7 year...

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adult dose 1000mg acetaminophen: 7 year old child600mg adult, 150mg childI was given #20.Part A: The formulafor Cowling’s Rule is below:d = D (a+1)24d = 1000 (7+1)24I substitutedthe given numbers for the variables in the formula.d = (1000 (8))24d = (8000)24I added 7 + 1 and got 8, and then I multiplied 8 by 1000 and got 8000. I then solvedfor d by dividing 8000 by 24. d = 333.33 mgThe proper dosage of acetaminophen for a 7 year old child is 333.33 mg. Part B: I will use the same literal equationfor part b, but instead of finding the child’s dosage, I will be finding the child’s age. Again, the formulafor Cowling’s Rule is below:d = D (a+1)24150 = 600 (a+1)24I substitutedthe given numbers for the variables in the formula. The equation above is a

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