This is a list of all Pediatrics related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Predicts the future adult height of a baby based on parent’s heights and data tables.
Estimates recommended formula amount based on new-born or infant age and weight.
Determines the infant/child medicine dose from the adult dose, based on weight, BSA or age, and accounts for administration frequency.
Determines the dose to be administered safely to children every four to six hours, customisable by solution.
Determines the dose that can be safely given to infants and children based on their weight, as solution or tablet.
Determines GIR based on infant weight and dextrose concentration and rate.
Determines dosage for infants and children, based on weight or common infections indications.
Assesses HIE severity in newborns suffering from perinatal asphyxia.
Determines the pediatric fluid requirement based on the Holliday-Segar Nomogram and the 4-2-1 rule.
Provides an age adjustment of the chronological age of a premature baby born before due date.
Determines the cerebrospinal protein correction for blood contaminated CSF in pediatric patients.
Helps diagnose ADHD in children of 6 to 12 years based on parent and teacher input.
Helps diagnose streptococcal pharyingitis in children and adults based on clinical data.
Provides a list of values for vital signs that are normal given the age of the patient.
Evaluates febrile status in urgent and non-urgent pediatric clinical care.
Evaluates severity of neonatal jaundice and associated acute bilirubin encephalopathy.
Assesses new-born withdrawal symptoms and recommends monitoring frequency.
Evaluates health and status deterioration risk in infant and child patients.
Predicts outcomes in patients with acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome, and helps determine need for ECMO.
Assesses pain in children (aged between 2 months & 7 years) or other patients who are unable to communicate their symptoms.
Screens for symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and can help with monitoring progress too (two versions available: 18 or 26 items).
Checks whether the child is developing correctly for their age and head measurement based on WHO growth charts.
Evaluates the severity of liver disease in pediatric patients for transplant waiting list, based on albumin, bilirubin and INR.
Consists in criteria for sepsis diagnosis when infection is present.
Assesses balance functionality in school-age children with mild to moderate motor impairments.
Diagnoses between septic arthritis and transient synovitis in pediatric patients with hip inflammation.
Estimates the quantity of blood based on child’s age group and weight.
Evaluates croup severity based on respiratory and general symptoms, for clinical and research purposes.
Evaluates the degree of dehydration in pediatric patients by using the Clinical Dehydration Scale (CDS).
Diagnoses Behcet’s syndrome based on a set of major and minor criteria.
Diagnoses the Kawasaki syndrome in pediatric patients with fever onset and other symptoms.
Evaluates risk of asthma diagnosis in the future for children aged three or less suffering from recurrent wheezing.
Helps emergency room evaluation of infant and child patients with trauma.
Assesses breastfeeding and the composite score can be used for charting progress.
Determines blood transfusion volume (BTV) based on infant or child’s weight, hemoglobin increment and hematocrit.
Helps evaluate a child’s length from birth to 5 years of age based on WHO growth charts.
Helps evaluate a child’s body mass from birth to 5 years of age based on WHO growth charts.
Helps with the differential diagnosis of bacterial & aseptic meningitis in pediatric patients.
Helps you find out the correct flange size for your breasts depending on nipple size to ensure comfortable, pain and blockage-free pumping.
Predicts likelihood of appendicitis in pediatric patients with abdominal pain.
Classifies unexplained events in infants and replaces the Apparent Life Threatening Events (ALTE) classification.
Estimates the Pediatric Glomerular Filtration Rate (P-GFR), as measure of kidney function by Schwartz 2009 and other two equations.
Helps check whether a child develops in a healthy manner from a height and weight perspective.
Diagnoses acute rheumatic fever based on presence of major and minor criteria in pediatric patients with preceding GAS infection.
Assesses pain in neonates based on five signs such as crying, oxygen requirement or increased vital signs.