Jerry Krasner

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The creation of a parenteral feeding regimen can be described in mathematical terms by a system of algebraic equations. An example of such a system having clinical applicability is discussed in detail. Since the system is too cumbersome for use by hand or calculator, a microcomputer program incorporating the system was developed, and is also discussed.
  • Jerry Krasner
  • JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition
  • 1986
Many clinical factors must be taken into account in choosing an appropriate enteral feeding regimen for a particular patient. In a patient with multiple medical problems, this decision process may become overwhelmingly complex. This paper discusses a mathematical adjunct to aid in this problem. Using patient-specific weights for various clinical factors, an(More)
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