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Gestational Age Length (inches) Weight (oz/lb) Length (cm) Mass (g)
8 weeks 0.63 0.04 oz 1.6 1
9 weeks .9 0.07 oz 2.3 2
10 weeks 1.22 0.14 oz 3.1 4
11 weeks 1.61 0.25 oz 4.1 7
12 weeks 2.13 0.49 oz 5.4 14
13 weeks 2.19 0.81 oz 7.4 23
14 weeks 3.42 1.52 oz 8.7 43
15 weeks 3.98 2.47 oz 10.1 70
16 weeks 4. 57 3.53 oz 11.6 100
17 weeks 5.12 4.94 oz 13 140
18 weeks 5.59 6.70 oz 14.2 190
19 weeks 6.02 8.47 oz 15.3 240
20 weeks 6.46 10.58 oz 16.4 300
21 weeks 10.51 12.70 oz 26.7 360
22 weeks 10.94 15.17 oz 27.8 430
23 weeks 11.38 1.10 lb 28.9 501
24 weeks 11.81 1.32 lb 30 600
25 weeks 13.62 1.46 lb 34.6 660
26 weeks 14.02 1.68 lb 35.6 760
27 weeks 14.41 1.93 lb 36.6 875
28 weeks 14. 80 2.22 lb 37.6 1005
29 weeks 15.2 2.54 lb 38.6 1153
30 weeks 15.71 2.91 lb 39.9 1319
31 weeks 16.18 3.31 lb 41.1 1502
32 weeks 16.19 3.75 lb 42.4 1702
33 weeks 17.20 4.23 lb 43.7 1918
34 weeks 17.72 4.73 lb 45 2146
35 weeks 18.19 5.25 lb 46.2 2383
36 weeks 18.66 5.78 lb 47.4 2622
37 weeks 19.13 6.30 lb 48.6 2859
38 weeks 19.61 6.80 lb 49.8 3083
39 weeks 19.96 7.25 lb 50.7 3288
40 weeks 20. 16 7.63 lb 51.2 3462
41 weeks 20.35 7.93 lb 51.7 3597
42 weeks 20.28 8.12 lb 51.5 3685
43 weeks 20.20 8.19 lb 51.3 3717

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Acetaminophen/Tylenol Dosage Table | Health & Wellness Library | University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital | Cleveland, OH



Acetaminophen (Tylenol, etc.) Dosage
Child’s weight 6 – 11 lbs. 12 – 17 lbs. 18 – 23 lbs. 24 – 35 lbs. 36 – 47 lbs. 48 – 59 lbs. 60 – 71 lbs. 72 – 95 lbs. Over 96 lbs.
Syrup (Oral Suspension):
160 mg/5 milliliters (ml)
1.25 2.5 3.75 5 7.5 10 12.5 15
Chewable 80 mg tablets 2 3 4 «>5 6 8
Chewable 160 mg tablets 1 2 3 4
Adult 325 mg tablets 1 «>1 2
Adult 500 mg tablets 1 1

Indications:

Treatment of fever and pain.

Table Notes:

  • CAUTION: In May 2011, a move to one standard concentration (160 mg/5 ml) of liquid acetaminophen medicine for infants and children was announced. Up until this point, there have been mainly 2 concentrations: 80 mg/0.8 ml (infant concentrated drops) and 160 mg/5 ml (children’s liquid suspension or syrup). During this transition period, both old and new concentrations of infant acetaminophen may be available on store shelves and in your home. Before selecting a dose, please check your infant package carefully to find the concentration.Then select the dosage according to the correct concentration and child’s weight.
  • AGE LIMIT: Don’t use under 12 weeks of age unless directed by child’s doctor. (Reason: Fever during the first 12 weeks of life needs to be documented in a medical setting and if present, your infant needs a complete evaluation). EXCEPTION: Fever starting within 24 hours of immunization if child is 8 weeks of age or older. Avoid multi-ingredient products in children under six years of age (Reason: FDA recommendations 1/2008).
  • DOSAGE: Determine by finding child’s weight in the top row of the dosage table
  • MEASURING the DOSAGE: Syringes and droppers are more accurate than teaspoons. If possible, use the syringe or dropper that comes with the medicine. If not, medicine syringes are available at pharmacies. If you use a teaspoon, it should be a measuring spoon. Regular spoons are not reliable. Also, remember that 1 level teaspoon equals 5 ml and that ½ teaspoon equals 2.5 ml.
  • FREQUENCY: Repeat every four to six hours as needed. Don’t give more than five times a day.
  • ADULT DOSAGE: 650 mg
  • BRAND NAMES: Tylenol, Feverall (suppositories), generic acetaminophen
  • BRAND NAMES: Tylenol, Feverall (suppositories), generic acetaminophen
  • MELTAWAYS: Dissolvable tabs that come in 80 mg and 160 mg (junior strength)
  • SUPPOSITORIES: Acetaminophen also comes in 80, 120, 325 and 650 mg suppositories (the rectal dose is the same as the dosage given by mouth).
  • EXTENDED-RELEASE: Avoid 650 mg oral products in children (Reason: they are every 8-hour extended-release)

Author and Senior Reviewer: Barton D. Schmitt, M.D.
Content Set: Pediatric HouseCalls Symptom Checker
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UK: Money problems prevent young Brits from having children


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Camille Bello

Lack of sufficient money prevents young people under 35 in the UK from having children. How are things going with child benefits in Europe?

According to a recent survey, money is the biggest problem preventing young people in the UK from starting a family.

More than half (59%) of respondents cited financial problems as the number one reason they consider postponing or not having children at all.

A study commissioned by Apryl, a Berlin-based company that provides maternity benefits, found that the biggest obstacle to parenthood is the rising cost of living, which was cited by 29percent of respondents. It is followed by the cost of childcare (13 percent), the lack of a suitable partner (12 percent) and the inability to afford to own a home (11 percent).

A Censuswide survey of 2,000 UK adults aged 18-35 in February also found that two thirds of respondents would consider freezing their eggs, sperm or embryos to prolong fertility if they could afford it.

Egg freezing, a medical practice to preserve a woman’s fertility, is notoriously expensive and in some countries, such as France, its use is severely restricted. The cost of one cycle of egg freezing in the UK and the EU starts at about 3,000 euros, to which must be added the cost of subsequent thawing of eggs for in vitro fertilization, a procedure that can reach 10,000 euros or more.

Apryl helps European companies, including Soundcloud, provide employees with access to reproductive services such as egg freezing, adoption, surrogacy and IVF.

«By supporting family and childbearing needs at work, employers are demonstrating that they recognize the family obligations of people outside of work,» , Apryl co-founder Jenny Saft told Euronews Next.

This, she says, can help create a work culture «where seeking fertility treatment, pregnancy and having to take time off from work for family reasons will not affect career advancement and will not be met with conscious or unconscious prejudice.»

These countries will pay you to have children

A toxic cocktail of aging populations and declining birth rates across Europe is already calling into question the sustainability of welfare systems.

The EU’s average fertility rate of 1.5 children per woman in 2020 is well below the replacement level of around 2.1 needed to ensure broad population stability in the absence of migration.

European countries have developed various strategies to encourage citizens to have more children. One of the most common is to provide families with a «birth bonus» — a monetary reward for each baby born.

The UK itself offers various incentives to encourage couples to have children. For example, child benefits provide £21.8 (€24.87) per week for the first child and £14.45 (€16.48) per week for all subsequent children.

Citizens can also apply for the Sure Start Maternity Grant, a lump sum payment of £500 (€571) to cover the cost of having a child. Parents or guardians can also qualify for tax credits and universal credit, which allows them to receive up to 85% of child care costs.

Finland is also known as one of the most generous countries in Europe. Between 2012 and 2022, one of the smallest municipalities in the country, Lestijärvi, became famous for giving out 10,000 euros for every newborn in a desperate attempt to raise the birth rate.

The Acting Mayor of Markku Vehkaoja told Euronews Next that the program was closed last year as many families receiving financial assistance received funds and then moved to other places.

In Hungary, fertility clinics are considered by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán as «of national strategic importance».

Young couples in Hungary can also get a bank loan of up to 10 million forints (about 30,000 euros), stop paying interest on it if they have a child within five years, and write off the loan completely if they have at least three children. At the same time, women with four children are forever exempt from paying income tax.

In Greece, every mother who gives birth to a child and legally resides in the country receives a bonus of 2,000 euros. In Italy, parents can claim a childbirth allowance of up to 192 euros per child per month, depending on the family’s income.

In Spain, the 2023 budget bill will include, among other measures, a monthly allowance of 100 euros for mothers with children under the age of three.

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