At least, I hope I don’t need, but I know for sure they do.
No, it’s not some kind of esoteric or geek-inspired calculator for scientists. In this case, it’s a calculator which makes a good gift for anyone who has a pre-kindergarten age child, or is expecting. How many people do you know that have a Pediatric Calculator.
Actually, I didn’t even know there was such a thing but my sister is expecting (again) and this one caught my eye.
Pediatric Calculator is good for parents-to-be, parents with pre-schoolers, and pediatricians (I suspect they have something similar).
Use the calculator to check your child’s growth relative to standard percentiles from the World Health Organization.
All the basic are includes; length and height for age, weight for age, body mass index for age, and the all important head and arm circumference for age, and a few others.
The green bar graph displays each so you have a quick visual rating for your child’s progress.
And, as I said, I don’t need this (yet) but I know a few who do.