Clark's rule


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Clark's rule

Etymology: Cecil Clark, twentieth century British physician; L, regula, model
a method of calculating the approximate pediatric dosage of a drug for a child by using this formula: weight in pounds/150 × adult dose. It is now considered obsolete. See also pediatric dosage.

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She and other teachers are introducing some of Clark's rules to students this year as part of a schoolwide focus on "appreciation.
Pat Green, who is introducing one of Clark's rules to her class each week to open up discussion of social skills, says she was inspired by Clark's sense of mission as a teacher and his determination to bring out the best in children in tough situations.