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About this app

The PharmCalc app harnesses modern technology to provide a time-saving means of performing common pharmacy calculations thereby assisting the pharmacist in the design and validation of dosage regimes that are efficacious and minimally toxic. The computational method allows for easy adjustment of calculation parameters, practically instantaneously, without having to go through the tedious process of re-calculating by hand.

This app version of PharmCalc provides an easy means of calculating Loading and Maintenance doses for routinely used drugs such as Digoxin and Theophylline. It also features a Gentamicin dosing calculator.

The project is founded on well established literature with each online tool outlining the calculations and references used.

Calculations/Computations include:

General
Temperature conversion
Ideal Body Weight
Body Surface Area
Body Mass Index
Basal Energy expenditure

Clinical
Reference Ranges
Creatinine Clearance
MDRD eGFR
Calcium Correction
HbA1c tools
Absolute Neutrophil Count
FENa
FEUrea
Iron Deficit (Ganzoni eqn)
Bicarbonate Deficit
Metabolic Acidosis (Winters)
Oral Dosing
Digoxin
Theophylline
Phenobarbital
Phenytoin
Carbemazepine
IV Dosing
Gentamicin
Scores
CHADS2 AF TIA/Stroke Risk
CURB-65 Pneumonia
Framingham CHD Risk
Glasgow Coma Scale
MIDAS headache
Well's DVT
Well's PE
GPPAQ Activity score
Other
Mean Arterial Pressure
HLB
Alligation
Suppositories

PharmCalc has been developed by Jamie Al-Nasir M.Pharm (Hons) - Current PhD Research student in Computer Science and Molecular biology at the Centre for Systems and Synthetic Biology, dept of Computer Science, Royal Holloway, University of London.

http://personal.rhul.ac.uk/mxba/001/
Updated on
Dec 31, 2014

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