- Centigrade to Fahrenheit
- Fahrenheit to Centigrade
- Avoirdupois weights: oz to lb
- Avoirdupois weights: lb to oz
- Fluid ounces to mL
- mL to fluid ounces
- General Conversion
- General Conversion 2
- Dim. Ana. - gtt rate
- Dim. Ana. - gtt per mL
- Dimensional Analysis - Complex
- Dispensed volume of liquid medication
- Rounding up - Full practice
- Alcohol proof general calculation
- Finding SG from volume and weight
- Weight from SG and Volume
- Volume from SG and Weight
- SG using pycnometer
- SG - volume of stock as the source of drug
- (1) Percent from weight and volume
- (2) Quantity from volume and percent
- (3) Volume from percent and drug amount
- (4) Mixed Types of Percentage problems
- Percent, Ratio, mg per mL mixed
- Convert ratio into percent expression
- Convert percent expression into ratio
- Convert ratio into mg per mL expression
- Convert mg per mL into ratio expression
- Determine drug quantity from ratio strength and volume
- Determine ratio strength and volume and drug quantity
- Determine volume from ratio strength and drug quantity
- Convert mg per mL into ratio expression
- Convert ratio into mg per mL expression
- Find drug weight from PPM and total quantity
- Determine PPM from the weight of the drug and weight of total content
- Determine weight of total content from PPM from the weight of the drug
- PPM related problem - Random question
- Case - Ointment from Injection
- Calculate moles from provided weight
- Molarity calculation - Random types
- Determine molarity from weight of drug and volume of the solution
- Determine weight of drug from molarity and volume of the solution
- Determine volume of the solution from molarity and weight of drug
- (type 5) mEq problems - randomized
- (type 1) Calculate equivalent weights
- (type 3) Calculate mg per volume from mEq per volume
- (type 2) Calculate mEq per volume from mg or percent
- (type 4) conversion of lab values
- Type 1: Determine mOsmol from weight or percent of the solute
- Type 2: Find the weight of the solute from mOsmol and volume
- Type 3: Determine percent strength from osmolarity of the solution
- Type 4: Osmolarity of IV solutions (D5W, D5NS, D5½NS)
- Child dose by young's rule
- Child dose by Cowling's rule
- Infant dose by Fried's rule
- Child dose by clark's rule
- Drug Dose based on body weight
- Weight based dosing Simple DA method
- Dose range by body weight
- Dosing by body weight for a hypothetical drug
- Recomended dose by body weight
- BSA Calculation by weight and height
- Dose calculation based on BSA
- Patient dose based on BSA from nomogram
- Reduce kidney
- Digoxin dosage
- Parenteral dosage based on age and condition being treated
- Regimen: VC for Chemotherapy
- Regimen: Doxorubicin for an acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) patient
- Regimen: Doxorubicin for an acute myelogenous leukemia (ALL) patient
- Regimen: doxorubicin for axillary lymph node involvement following resection of primary breast cancer in combination with cyclophosphamide
- Regimen: MVAC for bladder cancer
- Regimen : MAVC for metastatic transitional cell bladder cancer.
- Regimen: Stanford V for Hodgkin lymphoma
- Regimen: Stanford V for Hodgkin lymphoma PO dose
- Penicillin Unit of Activity
- NaCl needed to make isotonic, One drug
- Boric acid needed to make isotonic, One drug
- NaCl needed to make isotonic, Two drugs
- Determine pKa from Ka
- Ka from pKa
- Dilution Problem - Find Initial Quantity
- Dilution Problem - Find Initial Concentration
- Dilution Problem - Find Final Quantity
- Dilution Problem - Find Final Concentration
- Dilution Problem - Find quantity of solvent
- Dilution Problem - Find final concentration after adding known amount of solvent
- Dilution Problem - Mixed category
- Type 1 - Alligation basic tic-tac-toe
- Type 2 - Find the ratio using alligation concept
- Type 3 - Find the quantity of pure drug
- Type 4 - Find the quantity of base or vehicle
- Dilution and concentration of liquids by alligation
- Drug content per dose
- Drug content per day
- Duration of supplied medication
- Drug content in the container
- Volume of oral solution to be dispensed
- Volume of the dose
- Number of tsp or tbsp per dose
- Drops number calculation from drug weight
- Volume from drops number
- Drug content from drops number
- Volume from drops number
- Drops - otic and ophthalmic
- T01) Dose from volume and concentration
- T02) Concentration from volume and dose
- T03) Volume from dose and concentration
- T04) Plasma half life and elimination rate constant related
- T05: (1â†’5) Mixed types of problems
- T06: Clearance from K and V
- T08: Clearance from K, dose and concentration
- T09: Clearance from plasma half-life and volume of distribution.
- T11: Clearance from plasma half-life, dose and concentration
- T11: Mixed problems from T7 - T11.
- T11: Mixed problems from T1 - T11.
- T12: AUC from dose, K and V
- T13: Dose from AUC, K and V
- T14: V from Dose, AUC and K
- T15: K from Dose, AUC and V
- T16: Mixed types from T12-T18
- T19: AUC from K, dose and concentration
- T20: C0 from AUC and K
- T20: Mixed types from T12-T20
- T20: Mixed types from T01-T20
- T01) Find Ct from C0, k and t
- T02) Find Ct from C0, t-half and t
- T03) Find C0 from Ct, k and t
- T04) Find C0 from Ct, t half and t
- T05) Find k from C0, Ct and t.
- T01-10) Random from these types
- T06) Find half life from C0, Ct and t.
- T07) Find t from Ct, C0 and k
- T08) Find t from Ct, C0 and half-life
- T09) Find elimin. rate from Cp and Cl
- T10) Find elimin. rate from dose, Vd and Cl
- T01) Creatinine clearance using Cockroft-Gault method
- T02) Creatinine clearance using Jelliffe method