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PTCB Conversions

PTCB Conversions/Formulas Flash Cards

1 ml 20 gtts
5 ml 100 gtts or 1 tsp
15 ml 1 tbsp or 1/2 oz
30 ml 1 oz or 2 tbsp
240 ml 1 cup or 8 oz
480 ml 1 pint or 16 oz
960 ml 1 quart or 32 oz
1 mg 1/60 gr
30 mg 1/2 gr
60-65 mg 1 gr
120 mg 2 gr
300-325 mg 5 gr
600-650 mg 10 gr
30 gm 8 drams or 1 oz
1 kg 2.2 lb
1 oz 30 ml or 8 drams (volume)30 gr or 8 drams (weight)
1 tsp 5 ml or 60 gtts
9C = 5F - 160 Fahrenheit/Celcius temperature conversion
age of child * average = ?----------- adult doseage of child +12 Young's Rule for caculating children's dosages
weight of child * average = ? --------- adult dose 150 Clark's Rule for calculating children's dosages
mg/kg/day = ? milligrams per kilogram per day (for calculating children's dosages)
final volume = intial strength----------- -------------intial volume ? (for concentrations and dilutions) final strength
final gm or ml * % strength= ?of finished listed as a product decimal (for concentrations and dilutions) gm or ml of substance to be dissolved
? = Selling Price - (Cost + Overhead) Net Profit
Percentage = Markup (actual amount)Markup ------------------ ? Cost
Selling Price = Cost + ? Markup
? = ? ----------- --------------initial volume final strength(for concentrations and dilutions) final volume = initial strength------------ ----------------initial volume final strength
15 degrees - 30 degrees C(59 degrees - 86 degrees F) Room temperature
2 degrees - 8 degrees C(36 degrees - 46 degrees F) Temperature in the refrigerator
? = 5F - 160 9C(for temperature conversions)
? * % strength = gm or ml listed as of substance a decimal to be dissolved Final gm or ml of finished product
4 ml 1 dram
Created by: DeWees