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1000mcg = _____mg
1mg
1000g = ____kg
1kg
____ml = 1 tbs (Tbsp)
15ml
____ml= 1 pt
500
______mL = 1qt
1000mL
4 cal = ___g (of protein)
1g
1 qt = ___ L
1L
15ml = ____ oz
1/2 oz
240ml = ___ cup
1 cup
500 ml = _____ oz
16 oz
4L = ____ gal
1 gal
1 inch = ______ cm
2.54
4 cal = ___ g of cargs
1g
1qt = ___ pt
2pt
1000mg = ____ g
1g
5ml = ___ tsp
1tsp
30ml = ____oz
1oz
8oz = ____cups
1cup
1000 ml = ____ oz
32 oz
3 tsp = ___ Tbsp (tbs)
1 Tbsp
1lbs = ____oz
16oz
9 cal = ___g fat
1g
1pt = ____ cups
2 cups
gr 3/4 = ____ mg
45mg
gr 15 = _______mg or ___ g
1000mg or 1g
gr 1 1/2 = _____mg
100mg
gr v(5) = _____mg (except aspirin and Tylenol which is 325)
300mg
gr1 = ___ mg
60mg
gr 3 3/4 = _____ mg
250mg
Convert 98.8F to C
Formula
C = (98.8-32)/1.8 = 37.1
Convert 37.1C to F
Formula
F= (37.1 x 1.8) +32 = 98.78
What is Clark's rule?
weight(lbs) x adult dose
____________________

150

for example: If an adult dose of medication calls for 30 mg and the child weighs 30 lb.

30lbs x 30mg
___________ = 6mg
150
What is Young's rule?
age in years
___________ x adult dose
age+12
What is Fried's rule?
age in months
____________ x adult dose
150
What is the formula for a Pediatric BSA dose?
Childs BSA
__________ x adult dose
1.73m2