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Augsberger's formula

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A formula for a fast and approximate calculation of an adequate dosing of medicine for children.

Description

A formula for a fast and approximate calculation of an adequate dosing of medicine for children. It is based Clark's calculations of the body surface.

Bibliography

  • A. Augsberger:
    Faustregel für die Arzneidosierung bei Kindern.
    Medizinische Klinik, München, 1952, 47: 14-17.
  • Alte und neue Faustregel für die Arzneidosierung bei Kindern.
    Triangel, 1961, 5: 200.
  • Quantitatives zur Therapie mit Herzglykosiden. I. Mitt.: Die Variabilität von Glykosidenbedarf und -toleranz.
    Die medizinische Welt, Stuttgart, 1951, 20; 1471-1475.

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