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Known as the "blue bible" of the pharmacy:
The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics
Rule governing calculation of pediatric doses:
Young's Rule:
Age in yrs__
Age + 12__
Cross multiply by adult dose
Rule governing calculation of pediatric doseage based on weight:
Clark's Rule:

Child's weight___
average adult weight:150
cross multiply by adult dose.
Given when penicillin is contraindicated:
Erythromycin-effective against gonorrhea
When giving diuretics, what may be required?
Potassium
Drug of choice for petit mal epilepsy:
Phenobarbital(Luminal)
Used to treat insomnia:
Pentobarbital(Nembutal)
Vitamin necessary for visual adaption to darkness.
VIT A
Vitmain necessary for carb metabolism. Deficient-Beri Beri
VIT B1
Vitamin that prevents scurvy, prevent common cold, tx asthma, schizophrenia, and cancer.
VIT C
Vitamin that regulates calcium and phosporous metabolism. Deficiency-rickets in children
VIT D
Vitamin that prevents destruction of RBC
VIT E
Vitmain that helps with blood clotting and increased blood clotting times if deficient.
VIT K
Two forms used to write prescriptions:
DD Form 1289
polyscript NAVMED 6710/6