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Cowling's Rule is a method for calculating pediatric drug dosages. If a denotes the adult dosage (in milligrams) and if t is the child's age (in years), then the child's dosage is given by D(t) = (t + 1/24)a (a) Show that D is a
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The question is using the Cowling's Rule for children's dosage of medication. Explain what the variables in the formula represent and show all steps in the computations. Part A An adult dose is 75mg Part B 500mg (adult) 187mg
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Clark's Rule is commonly used to calculate the childresn's dosage of medication: Clark's Rule is: C=A x W/150 Use the rule to calulate thr problem C child's dose A= adult's dose W=weight of child in pounds How much would a child
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Clark's Rule is commonly used to calculate the childresn's dosage of medication: Clark's Rule is: C=A x W/150 Use the rule to calulate thr problem C child's dose A= adult's dose W=weight of child in pounds How much would a child
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In Cowling's Rule If a doctor prescribes 75 milligrams of tamiflu for an adult, then how many milligrams would she prescribe for a sixyearold child using Cowling's rule?
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using the crowlings rule to determine appropriate dose of a certain medicine adult dosage is 500mg the age of the child is 7 years old what would be the correct dosage and than 300mg adult and 60 mg child to calculate childs age
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Two expressions for calculating the drug dose for young children are: (2t^3 + t^2 t)a / 48t^2 24t and (3t^2 2t)a / 3t^2 + 34t  24 where t is the age of the child in years and a is the adult dose. If the adult dose for a pain
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Two expressions for calculating the drug dose for young children are: (2t^3 + t^2 t)a / 48t^2 24t and (3t^2 2t)a / 3t^2 + 34t  24 where t is the age of the child in years and a is the adult dose. If the adult dose for a pain
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Can someone help me correct this: The formula below gives a rule for the amount of medicine a child should have if you know the age of the child(a) and the amount , or dosage,(d) of the medine an adult would take.Find the child's
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