By Laurel Ridge Software
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A medical calculator to help generate equivalent doses of various oral and intravenous opioids to treat chronic pain.
What's New in Version 1.5
Addition of tapentadol. Bug fixes. Extended range for slider.
I wanted to type in quantities used in last 24 hours to convert to a different analgesic. But the only way to put in a quantity was to use a scroll bar that is super sensitive. It took several minutes to get the scroll bar to reflect the number I wanted. It would have been quicker to calculate the conversion by hand.
Could be better
The slider is not good. I missed Methadone and tramadol