Did you know that there are so many calculators and online assessment tools that can help with analyzing your health and make your routines much more convenient?
Instead of making you investigate through the ocean of websites, we have taken on the task to compile this extensive list of calculator for your every needs.
To make the list easier to navigate, all the calculators have been categorized according to their usage. You can access the categories simply by clicking on the links below:
Types of Calculators
Diabetes Related Calculators
Blood Sugar Checker by diabetes.co.uk
If you need to find out whether your blood glucose level is within a healthy limit by NICE standards, this calculator will instantly give you an answer base on your input answer. For answer reason if your blood glucose monitor lacks the auto unit conversion function, this blood sugar converter will be a great help for your needs.
Plasma Reading Conversion by diabetes.co.uk
Whole blood results and plasma results are equally accurate. It is solely a preference for each medical practitioner to analyze your data based on these two information. But if you blood sugar monitor does not allow you to convert your blood results into plasma results, or vice versa, we have just the tool for you here to make the conversion.
HbA1c to Average Blood Glucose Level Conversion Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
Although HbA1c and blood glucose tests measure different aspects of glucose concentration within blood. In a sense, the HbA1c results allow you to find out your average blood glucose level within last two to three months; whereas blood glucose test allow you to find out the glucose concentration within blood at one single point in time. But you can use one piece of information to convert to another using a number of formulae. Instead of letting you do all the time, this calculator will do the hard work for you within a second.
HbA1c Units Conversion Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
As of 2011, HbA1c is no longer measured in percentage but in mmols/mol. If your blood glucose monitor does not have the option to make the conversion and you do not want to purchase a new monitor, simply use this calculator to do the computation for you.
Food Exchange Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
For diabetes individuals, food exchange can truly make eating a pleasurable event again. However, learning this tool can be tricky especially for beginners. If you need help figuring out what food you can exchange, this calculator will be your new favorite best friend. This calculator can also be super useful for all dieters who want to take in enough nutrients without going over their calories and carb quota.
Insulin Pump Dosage Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
Learning how to adjust your insulin dosage can be a daunting task. If you are worried about making a mistake, this calculator can help you double check your math so that you can avoid any hypoglycemia incidence.
Weight and Volume Conversion Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
Imperial and metric system can be a real pain when it comes to making sense of your diet plan or any article information that includes these measurement systems. So here is a conversion calculator to brighten up your day.
Cooking Amount Conversion Calculator by Convert-Me.com
Following recipe directions are hard enough, you sure don’t need to fuss about making all the amount conversions. If you see a recipe that includes imperial or metric system, and you wish to use the other system, simply use this cooking amount conversion calculator to help you.
Advanced Opioid Converter by GlobalRPh
This calculator allows you to convert the dosage of various opioids. It can be a very useful tool to double check whether your physician or pharmacy has done the conversion correction. If you do find a discrepancy between the information, please consult with a medical professional immediately.
Body Height/Weight Convertor Calculator by Calkoo
Here is a handy convertor calculator if you are required to switch your body height and weight measurement from the metric system to imperial system or vice versa.
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Advanced Alligation Calculator by GlobalRPh
If for any reason you need to find out the final concentration of two liquid addictive, this calculator will help you skip all the math. Please note that though if you plan to use this to mix your medication, do not attempt to administer the mixture without consulting with medical professionals. The result will be extremely dangerous.
Health Assessment Calculators
This calculator can immediately help you find out what medications dosage to resuscitate a person base on their weight and age. It includes information for cardiac arrest, ventricular tachyarrhythmia, supraventricular tachyarrhythmia, and bradycardia. Please note that this information is for general information only. Do no attempt to follow these instruction without consulting medical professionals.
This little gadget will allow you to quickly assess your risk of suffering from a stroke. Based on your current age, gender, health, and medical history. Base on your results, you will be given a number of treatment option to lower your risk factor. For those who wishes to known of their stroke risk in atrial fibrillation, they can use this CHADS2 Score Assessment for Atrial Fibrillation Calculator by GlobalRPh instead. It is very similar to the non-valvular atrial fibrillation stroke assessment test except some of the criteria are different.
HAS-BLED Bleeding Risk Calculator by GlobalRPh
This calculator will help you instantly estimate a patient’s risk of suffering from bleeding due to atrial fibrillation after receiving oral anticoagulation treatment. Obviously this calculator is used for educational purposes as many actual determining factor can affect the final risk.
HEMORR2HAGES Bleeding Risk Assessment Calculator by GlobalRPh
This calculator is for educational purposes for clinicians who want to find out the risk and benefits of prescribing an anticoagulant treatment or antiplatelet therapy to patients who suffer from atrial fibrillation. Depending on the individual’s age, risk of hemorrhage, and risk of stroke, the outcome can be highly different.
This assessment calculator will help you find out your risk of developing atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease within the next 10 years based on your age, race, gender, cholesterol level, blood pressure, medical history of diabetes, and smoking history. Please note that this assessment has not taken into consideration of your family medical history of ASCVD.
Absolute Neutrophil Count Calculator by GlobalRPh
Neutrophils are white blood cells responsible for combating against infection. If you are wondering your neutrophil counts, you will need to find out by using the total white blood cells count. Instead of doing all the math yourself, you can simply plug in your information into this nifty calculator.
Adult Treatment Panel (ATP) III Analysis Calculator by GlobalRPh
If you are wondering if your current blood cholesterol level puts you at risk of certain health problems, this ATP analysis will quickly give you a quick assessment. Please note that this calculator does not take into account of your current health condition, medical history, and family medical history. For a better assessment, it is best to consult with your physician.
Healthy Life Expectancy Calculator by Goldenson Center
If you are interested how long you have to live, this calculator will assess your life expectancy base on your:
- Annual income
- Exercise frequency
- Current health status
- Medical history
- Lifestyle habits
- Smoking, driving, and alcohol consumption history
Medicine Dosage Calculators
Albumin Calculator by GlobalRPh
Albumin is a protein produced by the liver and released into the bloodstream to transport various chemicals to their destination. It is sometimes given as an intravenous drip to increase blood pressure in certain individuals depending on their medical condition. This calculator can quickly find out how much albumin should be administer to a person of a specific weight. Please note that this information is only for educational purpose only and it does not take into other factors that may affect the final dosage.
Altephase (Activase) Calculator by GlobalRPh
Altephase (also known as Activase) is a treatment for acute ischemic stroke, pulmonary embolism, and acute myocardial infarction. This calculator will allow you to find out immediately the dosage amount to administer to a person who suffer from these three lethal medical conditions. Although every second counts in helping the individual, it is crucial that you double check with your physician before administering the medicine.
Aminoglycoside-Vancomycin Dosing Calculator by GlobalRPh
For anyone who need to take antimicrobial medication such as Gentamicin, Tobramycin, Amikacin, or Vancomycin, this gadget can help you immediately compute the dosage within a specific duration to make sure there is sufficient time for drug absorption, uptake, and elimination. Please note that the information is for educational purpose only. If you see a discrepancy between information, consult with you physician immediately before administering the medication.
Body Surface Area Calculator by GlobalRPh
This calculator is probably not very useful to the general public as it is a quick tool to find out a person’s body surface area so that the correct medicine dosage can be administered for maximum absorption effect. Good Calculators has a very similar invention. The only difference between the two tools is that the GlobalRPh one allows you to input the amount of dosage as well (although it is entirely optional).
Carboplatin AUC Calculator by GlobalRPh
Carboplatin (also known as Paraplatin) is a type of intravenous treatment used in chemotherapy to slow down or stop cancer cell growth. It is often used in treatment for ovarian, lung, head, neck, endometrial, esophageal, bladder, breast, and cervical cancers. This calculator will give you a rough estimation of the dosage amount given to a person of a specific height and weight, along with other options such as racial differences, serum creatinine stability, and medical history. Please note that this calculator is solely for educational purposes and the dosage can be different from an actual case studies based on other determining factors.
Alligation Calculator by GlobalRPh
This calculator serves as an educational tool for anyone who is trying to find out the product concentration that results from the addition of two liquid addictive. It is a great tool for finding out the concentration of combining creams, oils, and ointments together.
Symptom Analysis Calculators
Anion Gap Calculator by GlobalRPh
This tool is used to compute the anion gap information and to give a better understanding of metabolic acidosis cause. In order to use this calculator, you will need 3 pieces of information, your sodium level, your chloride level, and your bicarb level.
APACHE II Calculator by GlobalRPh
APACHE stands for Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation. It is a test given to an ICU patient within 24 hours to measure the severity of their disease and the probability of death. Please note that this test is only suitable for adults and should not be applied to patients under the age of 16. At the same time, this tool is only for educational purpose only.
Arterial Oxygen Content Calculator by GlobalRPh
This calculator will help you find out your arterial oxygen content based on your percentage of hemoglobin saturated with oxygen, your hemoglobin level, and your arterial oxygen partial pressure. It is a good way for individuals to find out whether their lungs are functioning properly and whether they are doing better physically after a duration of cardiovascular training.
Body Fluid Volumes Calculator by GlobalRPh
For any reason if you need to measure your body fluid volumes, the fluid inside and outside of your body cells, this calculator is here to help. In order for the calculator to successfully compute your results, you will need to input your gender and your weight.
Pediatric Advanced life Support Calculator by GlobalRPh
This calculator serves as an educational tool for anyone who wish to learn more about the determining factors that makes certain infants a candidate of advanced life support. Please note that the assessment is based on the given information and many other determining factors in real life can affect the final decision.
Sodium Bicarbonate Deficit Calculator by GlobalRPh
Metabolic acidosis is a medical condition that can be caused by ketoacidosis, lactic acidosis, renal tubular acidosis, or hyperchloremic acidosis. As an accumulation of waste product in the body that can lead to metabolic acidosis, sodium bicarbonate is a great indicator for metabolic acidosis. This calculator can help you determine whether a treatment is sufficient to cause a sodium bicarbonate deficit to treat the medical condition.
Pregnancy Related Calculators
Baby Due Date Calculator by Calculators.org
If you would like to find out the due date of your baby, this handy calculator can instantly help you find out. In order to use this tool, you will need two pieces of information: 1) the first date of your last menstrual period and 2) the usual number of days in your period
Ovulation Calculator by Calkoo
For all the individuals who wish to calculate their ovulation period, this nifty calculator will do all the tiresome date counting for you. Please note that the math is based on your usual menstrual cycle duration and may not be fully accurate because of other determining factors.
Pregnancy Calculator by Calkoo
For individuals who are already pregnant and wish to learn more about the conception date and related key dates, this calculator will allow you to find out the estimation of these dates such as first heartbeat, beginning of 2nd trimester, quickening, viability, and beginning of 3rd trimester.
If you wish to know more about your due date, this calculator by HealthStatus will be a better tool for you. This gadget will also tell you about:
- highest fetal risk period
- end of 1st trimester
- earliest time when baby can survive outside of the womb
- end of 2nd trimester
Another due calculator can be found here on the Calculators.org website. This calculator will help you estimate your baby’s due date from your last menstrual period and menstrual cycle information. It is also a great tool to estimate your next menstrual period as well as your next most fertile period.
Pregnancy Weight Gain Calculator by Calkoo
If you are wondering how much weight you should gain during different phases of your pregnancy, this little calculator will guide you along. Please note that the result is only a guideline as the calculator does not take your body frame and other determining factors into consideration. It is best to consult your physician and medical team should you have any questions and concern about your pregnancy weight.
Alcohol Consumption and Smoking Calculators
Blood Alcohol Calculator (BC) by Calkoo.com
Remember it is never a good idea to drink and drive. But what many people do not know is that alcohol can linger in your bloodstream for a good number of hours. If you are wondering whether you blood alcohol level is still too high for you to be driving, this calculator will be a life saver for you. GlobalRPh also offers a very similar concept blood alcohol calculator.
Another similar blood alcohol concentration calculator can be found here on the HealthStatus website.
Cost of Drinking Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
If you do not care for the health damage from excessive drinking, you should at least look at your monthly alcohol consumption expense. Maybe seeing how much money you waste away will be a motivation for you to drink less or even quit drinking. Please note that this calculator only works for the UK.
Cost of Smoking Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
Similar to the drinking cost calculator, you can easily find out how much money you spend on this unhealthy “hobby”. Please note that this calculator only applies to the UK currency.
Diet Help Calculators
Body Mass Index Calculator by Calkoo
This simple yet useful calculator allows you to instantly compute your BMI score and tells you if you are underweight, just right, or overweight. The cool thing about this tool is that it allows you to input your data in imperial or metric system. It also allows you to input your height either by ft or in, and cm or m measurements. Another alternative calculator is made by GlobalRPh. The difference for this calculator is that it gives you a breakdown of your result and your target BMI if you want to reach within the the ideal BMI scores. If you are looking for alternatives, here is a BMI calculator by calculators.org, and another one by diabetes.co.uk catered to the diabetes individuals. Please be aware that you should always consider other factors that play a role in measuring whether you are underweight, within healthy weight limits, or overweight.
Body Fat Calculator by bizcals.com
If you are wondering where you stand in terms of health when it comes to body fat composition, this calculator will allow you to find out your score according to the U.S. Navy fitness standards. If you are thinking of enlisting in the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, or Marine Corp, you would want to use their specialized formula and result comparison criteria to find out your results:
Active.com also offers a similar tool to find out your body fat percentage. An interesting fact that this website has explained is that body fat index should not be used as an indicator to measure physical fitness unless the calculations has taken into account your gender, height, and weight.
Body Composition Calculator by ExRx.net
For those who want a more exact result base on your body measurements, the body composition calculator will be the perfect tool for you. In order for the program to work, you will need your measurements for your triceps, pectoral, midaxilla, subscapular, abdomen, suprailiac, and quadriceps.
You can also use this Body Composition Calculator by HealthStatus. You will need even more data for this gadget to work. The information you will need are:
- waist size at narrowest point
- waist size at naval
- hip size at widest point
- thigh size at widest point
- neck at narrowest point
- biceps at widest point
- forearm at widest point
- wrist at narrowest point
Ideal Body Weight Calculator by Good Calculators
If you are wondering what should be your ideal body weight (IBW), this calculator will instantly give you the answer base on your answers:
- your gender
- your height
- your preference of IBW equation
Please note that the result has not consider many aspects of your personal information such as body frame difference, muscle density, lifestyle choices, and medical conditions.
Frame Size Calculator by HealthStatus
One size does not fit all. Instead of relying solely on BMI standards, find out your frame size with this calculator. Depending whether you have a bigger or smaller frame, you can make a better adjust to the BMI standards.
Ideal Weight Calculator for Children by HealthStatus
Overweight and underweight can both be detrimental to children development. But obviously adult standards cannot be applied to children. So this ideal weight calculator is catered only to children under the age of 18. Please note that the results are only a guideline. For more information, please consult with your family doctor and medical team.
Calories Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
Going on a diet is extremely difficult if you do not know how much calories you are burning on a regular basis. This calculator will help you find out how much calories can you burn by doing various activities.
A similar calculator can be found on HealthStatus website. Do check out whether it offers your favorite activities.
If you are looking for a calculator that will allow you to measure the amount of calories being burned while you are running, this calculator by Runner’s World be exactly the gadget for your needs. To make the data input more convenient for everyone, both metric measurement and imperial measurement are welcome.
Running Pace Calculator by Active.com
For the running fans who are either looking for ways to track their progress or training for an upcoming event, this calculator will help you compute your pace per mile after each run. Simply input the distance you have completed and your time required to finish the run. The interesting thing about this calculator is that it allows you to also find out how much time you will need to run a certain distance at a set pace. There is also the option of calculating the amount of distance you will cover if you run at a specific pace for a specific duration of time.
For the individuals who are training for a special event, you may want to use this running pace calculator by Good Calculators instead because it already has the information set for marathon, 20 M run, half marathon, metric marathon, 1-15K runs, and 1-10 M runs. It will also spit out a time chart of the destinations you should reach at a specific time to finish a race within a set time limit. A must-use training guide for all running enthusiasts.
Basal Energy Expenditure (BEE) Calculator by GlobalRPh
Basal energy expenditure is the minimal energy required to sustain a human body’s metabolic activities such as maintaining homeostasis, respiration, and blood circulation. The result will be measured in calories. This is a great way to calculate how much calories you should consume in order to 1) lose weight, 2) maintain same weight, or 3) gain weight. It can also give you a better understand of how much calories you are required to burn in order to lose certain amount of weight.
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Calculator by bodybuilding.com
Basal metabolic rate stands for the amount of calories you burn while your body is at rest. By using this calculator to find out your BMR, you can understand how much calories you should consume depending on your diet goals 1) lose weight, 2) maintain current weight, or 3) gain weight. Other BMR calculators to consider is the BMR Calculator by diabetes.co.uk
Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) Calculator by bodybuilding.com
So what is the difference between basal metabolic rate and resting metabolic rate? Basically the same thing. The only difference is that basal metabolic rate is measured under a much confined setting: a person has to be measured in a darkened room after 12 hours of fasting and 8 hours of sleep. Resting metabolic rate is measured outside of this setting and is much more applicable to reality setting. So if you want to find out your daily calories requirement for homeostasis purposes, this RMR calculator will be the perfect tool for you.
A similar concept calculator for computing the minimal daily calories you need to keep you alive can be found on HealthStatus.
Weight Gain Calories Consumption Calculator by HealthStatus
Not everyone wants to lose weight. For people who wants to gain weight for various reasons, this calculator will help you figure a plan to gain weight the healthy way.
Heart Rate Calculator by Active.com
Pushing your limits can help you work towards better physical endurance. However, when should you stop before pushing your body off limits into dangerously damaging situations? This heart rate calculator will help you determine the heart rate limits you should target and avoid when it comes to exercising.
If you are a beginner at exercising and require more guidance, this target heart rate calculator by diabetes.co.uk may be more beneficial for your needs. With some background information provided, you can learn more about the safe practice of cardio exercises such as aiming for 60 to 70% of your maximum heart rate to get the optimal health benefits from your workout session.
Another option for a more precise measurement of your maximum and target heart rate can be found here on the Good Calculators website. Aside from inputting your age and your fitness level, this calculator requires you to put in your usual resting heart rate as well. It is a much better gauge of your fitness level from this reading. Also, you can select a variety of target heart rate formula base on your needs and gender differences.
For the exercise enthusiasts, this cardiovascular fitness target heart rate calculator by bodybuilding.com will be your new favorite tool to find out what maximum heart rate you should target to maximize your workout results.
Ideal Body Weight & Adjusted Body Weight Calculator by GlobalRPh
This calculator will help you find out your ideal body weight based on your gender, weight, and height.
Waist-to-Hip Ratio Calculator by MemorialCare
Waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) is one way to analyze how fat is stored on a person’s body. If the waist measurement is bigger than the hip, that makes a person an apple shape body. If the hip is bigger than the waist, then that makes a pear shape body. To find out which body type you fit in, this calculator will do just the trick.
Diabetes.co.uk has a similar calculator that will also help you analyze whether you are more at risk of certain health problems such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and stroke.
Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) Calculator by bodybuilding.com
If you want to know how much calories you are burning right now, this calculator can instantly estimate your current calories intake base on your height, weight, and activity level. It is a great way to find out where you stand before you formulate a diet plan.
Weight Calories Calculator by Calculators.org
If you are wondering how you can lose a certain number of weight within a specific amount of time, this calculator will be your best guide to weight loss. But inputting your data, you can find out how much calories you will need to consume to maintain the current weight, how much calories you should consume on a daily basis if you want to lose the desirable weight, and how much calories you should consume if you want to stay on the new weight. It will also give you a summary of your plan at the end to allow you to better understand of your daily calories consumption requirement. Another calories intake calculator you should take a look at is https://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/macronutcal.htmthis one made by bodybuilding.com. This calculator also comes with a lot of nutritional information about how you should gauge your own diet progress and how you can fine tune your calories intake based on your own judgement and your exercise intensity. After all, one formula does not fit for everyone, and only you know about what you need.
Here is another impressive Weight Loss Planner Calculator by the American government. One interesting difference that sets this gadget from the previous one is that exercise planning is included into your planning to create a more realistic and applicable plan.
Another way to plan your weight loss can be measured using this interesting calculator of computing how long it takes for you to lose a specific amount of weight with a specific activity. This calculator can be found of HealthStatus website.
One Rep Max Calculator by bodybuilding.com
Here is a nifty calculator to find out the maximum amount of weight you can lift. For all the body builders and weight lifting enthusiasts, this gadget can help you gauge your ability without risking unnecessary injuries.
Food Related Calculators
Macronutrient Calculator by Nutrition by Angelique
If you want to lose weight the healthy way, you should pay attention to the amount of nutrients you take in on a daily basis. Without sufficient nutrients in your body, your metabolism will continue to under-function, making it difficult for you to achieve your diet plans. To help you figure out if you are taking in enough nutrients, here are 3 calculators that can help you analyze your nutrient consumptions from protein, fat, and carbohydrates.
The government of Australia has come up with a similar concept to help you find out how much food you should consume from each food group to meet your daily nutrient quota. What is interesting is that this calculator has taken in account of your gender and whether your needs are different. In a way, these two calculators work exceptionally well together to give you the best information about your needs and your current nutrient intake status.
Recommended Protein Intake Calculator by bodybuilding.com
For all the exercise fans out there, you may face the problem of not gaining muscles from your workout routine. If this happens, you should take a look at your protein consumption. The fact is that if you don’t eat enough protein, you are not going to grow muscles and burn more fat. But if you are wondering how much protein you should take in on a daily basis, this calculator will be the perfect tool for you to figure out your needs based on your goal: 1) fat loss, 2) weight maintenance, or 3) muscle gain.
Recommended Carbs Intake Calculator by bodybuilding.com
Feeling like you are stuck in a brain fog or complete slump? You may be eating too little amount of carbs. Even though we can do with less carbs in our diet, it is crucial to brain functioning and overall energy provider. To figure out what much carbs you should take in each day, this calculator can help you analyze your needs base on your diet goal and activity level. No more guessing game and let’s get down to business to a healthier you.
Recommended Fat Intake Calculator by bodybuilding.com
Fat is essential to cell growth and brain functioning. If you feel that your body takes much longer to heal and recuperate from a workout, it is time to take a look at your daily fat intake. This recommended fat intake calculator will help you compute the right amount of fat you should consume to meet your diet goal and active lifestyle level.
Water Calculator by Nutrition by Angelique
If you have doubt about the wise saying of 8 glasses of water a day, you are not alone. If you truly want to know how much water you should drink each day, this calculator can help you figure out exactly how much water you should drink base on your weight.
If you want to be even more precise, this water intake calculator by bodybuilding.com will allow you to measure your water intake based on your total daily workout time. This way, you can make sure you are drinking in enough water to speed up your metabolism and cell recuperation rate.
Calcium and Vitamin D Requirements Calculator by GlobalRPh
Did you know that taking Vitamin D is useless if you do not have enough calcium in the body to help with the breakdown process? This calculator will allow you to find out exactly how much calcium and vitamin D you will need so that you can reap in the most benefits.
An alternative calculator by GlobalRPh will allow you to find out if you are suffering from hypocalcemia (calcium deficiency). Please note that this calculator is only for educational purposes only as a number of assessments should only be made by medical professionals.
Recommended Creatine Intake Calculator by bodybuilding.com
Creatine is an important amino acid that helps with glucose metabolism, bone growth, muscle repair and growth, and energy production. If you are not taking in enough of this nutrient, you will find it difficult to lose weight and power through your daily routines. To find out how much creatine you should take in, this calculator will analyze your needs base on your weight. But note that if you have a very active lifestyle, you may need to take in more than the suggested amount.
Meat Cooking Time Calculator by Good Calculators
We all want to eat juicy and tender meat, but at the same time we don’t want to undercook our dish. Instead of continuously poking at your meat and letting all the juice run out of the cuts, this calculator will allow you to time the cooking time to perfection.
We hope that you have found a tool that can help you in some way to better your health or make your life easier. Please note that although all these calculators are extremely convenient, there are always limits of what they can and cannot do. If you find discrepancies from your results and the computations, don’t hesitate to investigate the issue and consult with a second reputable source. And if you have a calculator or assessment tool that you use on a daily basis, please leave us a link in the comment section. We would absolutely love to share your wonderful discovery with our fellow readers. These calculators are absolute life savers if used properly so make sure you give them a try!
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