The APOTHECALCis a pre-programmed computer with
calculate body surface area, dose rates, administration rates for medication,
volume, concentration and more. It is also a powerful units measurement
converter with a 28 key conversions like CC to
ounce, grain to GM, ML to
MCGTT, F° to C°, LB to KG, MG to GM and more. in addition, the
APOTHECALCis a normal five-function calculator. Other
Memory stores results, saving re-entry of data
Backlit display allows reading in all light levels
Detailed instruction manual plus Quick Reference Guide
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112.5mm (4-3/8") x 74mm (2-7/8") x 7mm 3/8" Power source:
two lithium button batteries.
Programs: The APOTHECALC's preprogrammed sequences can
compute drug calculations, dose, rate, volume, concentration without
nomograms and charts.
Units Conversions: Converts any of 28 common apothecary
measures, including temperature, weights and fluid volumes, at the touch
of a key. (See Conversion Operations for complete listing)
Speed: Ouickly compute any of the commonly-used IV formulas without nomograms or
Fast Recheck: Step quickly through a formula to see the values used in arriving at the result.
Fast Error Corrections: Erroneous values quickly replaced and new results computed
without going through the entire problem again.
Accuracy: Results shown to tenths of a unit, expandable to five decimal places with one key
Informative Display: Prompts you for required data entry and shows which unit of
measure the displayed result represents.
Accuracy of Entries: A switchable tone announces the activation of keys. Eliminates
inadvertent double-entry and no-entry errors.
Use at Night or in Dim Light: Switchable backlighting makes the display easy to read
without external light source.
Size: Designed to fit comfortably in your hand or for carrying in a pocket or pouch.
Power: Uses long-lasting, easy-to-get lithium batteries.
Turns off automatically if you forget;
increases battery life.
APOTHECALC's power preprogrammed sequences allow you to:
Use DRIP1 to solve problems like this: An 83 Kg patient is to be given
Dopamine at 13 mcg/kg/min using a solution at 800 mg in 500 ml of D5W. What is the infusion rate? What is the drip factor ?
Use 28 hey unit conversions lihe these: CC to ounce, grain to GM, ML to MCGTT, F0 to C0, Lb to KG, MG to GM and more.
Use VOL to solve problems like this: A loading dose of 140 mg gentamycin has just been mixed in 100 cc diluent when the order is changed to 120 mg. What volume of fluid should be discarded?
Use BSA to calculate Body Surface Area for administration of chemotherapeutics and pediatric IVs.
Format Interactive Medium Electronic Hardware RAmEx Product Number 14490
Available as a poweuful classroom instruction tool:
The APOTHECALC Overhead Calculator Perfectly emulates the keyboard and functions of the regular APOTHECALC. It can be placed on the stage of any standard overhead projector and the fully functional keyboard and display can be viewed in any size classroom.
182mm (7-18") x 114mm (4-1/2") x 8mm (5/16") | Power source: solar cell.