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Fried’s rule for computing an infant’s dose of medication is:
Infant’s dose = ( Child’s age in months x adult dose) / 150
If the adult dose of medication is 15 mg, how much should be given to a 2-year-old child?

A 2.4

Infant dose = (24 months / 150) 15 mg= 2.4mg

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