# Pediatric Dosage Calculator

On this page, the calculator allows the user to determine  pediatric dosing according to  formula based on age, body weight or body surface area.
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 Calculate Pediatric Dosage   Dosage Rules  Nomogram MethodClark's RuleYoung's RuleFried's Rule Body Surface Area(BSA m²)                (Calculate BSA) Body Weight PoundsKilograms Age in months months Age in years years Adult Dose  Note: adult dose measurements can be mg, mcg, mcg/kg/day, mg/day, dl, ml, etc. Pediatric DosageBecause the body mass of infants and children is smaller and their metabolism different from that of adults, the dosage for them is usually less than the adult dosage. For this reason, you need methods or rules to calculate pediatric dosages. Calculate pediatric dosageMost drugs in children are dosed according to body weight or body surface area (BSA).For many years, pediatric dosage calculations used pediatric formulas such as Fried’s rule, Young’s rule,  Clark’s rule and Nomogram Method.Various formulas have been devised to calculate pediatric dosage from a standard adult dose, and the most accurate being body surface area. Dosing also varies by indication, therefore diagnostic information is helpful when calculating doses.See also Pediatric Dosage Rule.
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