Sains Farmasi – Cara Perhitungan DOSIS Obat – Jenis Jenis Dosis Obat – ILMU Resep Farmasetika

Sains Farmasi – Cara Perhitungan DOSIS Obat – Jenis Jenis Dosis Obat – ILMU Resep Farmasetika

July 20, 2019 55 By William Morgan


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chemical and health pharmacy science education channel
Okay, in this video we will discuss
how do we calculate doses in pharmacy
and various types of dosage calculations
okay master friend all, we will discuss about
how to calculate the dose in pharmaceutical activities
beforehand, we first sort the types of doses
1. Dosage formula based on age
1. Young formula
it is used in patients less than 8 years old
The formula is, N / N + 12 X Adult Doses
Where N is the age of the patient or the age of the child who is our patient
and the next is a SPECIAL DILLING
used for calculating patient doses at ages 8 to 20 years
the dose is N / 20 X Adult Dosage
and that N is the Age of the Patient
patient’s age
while C is the fried formula
Fried formula is used in BABY patients
where the formula is N / 150 X Adult Dosage
and N is Age in months
so, if the age is 1 year, N is 12 and if 2 years N is 24
okey, the second is based on body weight
that is, it is known as the thermich formula
in this formula, the calculation of the dose is
N / 70 X Maximum Dosage
where, the value of N is weight in kilograms
so if your weight is 60 kilograms
can be entered N value is 60
depending on body weight
and the third is BASED ON THE BODY SURFACE
And this formula tends to be the most right and most correct
rather than calculating the dosage of each patient
The formula is (root of height in units of centimeters X weight in kilograms) / 3600
and we proceed to the example calculation
so here there is ATROPA BELLADONA with a concentration of 0.5 mg
and SL with the number of QS
MF Pulv dtd Numero 10
S1 dd Pro: Youtuber Kepo
his age is 25 years old
ok, how do we calculate the dosage for this patient
one, because the age of this patient is 25 years
Then our patient considers ADULT
So the calculation is without a difficult formula
The calculation of the dose is, ATROPA BELLADONA that we already know
the maximum dose for 1 use is 1 mg and for one day use is 3 mg
for 1 X use=1 X 0.5
the result is 0.5 mg and the percentage
0.5 based on 1 time use and 1 mg derived from a maximum dose of 1 x used which is known
and the dose is 50 percent
for 1 day use is 0.5 mg
and the percentage is 0.5 mg / 3 mg
0.5 mg above comes from the one-time dose used
and 3 mg comes from
maximum known dose
3 mg is the maximum dose for 1 day use
and the results are 16.7 percent
and it is stated that this dose is safe not OVER and
can be used for these patients
and no further confirmation is needed