An Advanced, User-Friendly Microcomputer Program for Hemodialysis Kinetics
This project has been undertaken as a study in medical informatics. The aim is to develop a multipurpose program for hemodialysis kinetics with the following characteristics: 1. Can be used on widespread computer systems. 2. Is easy to use 3. Can treat the general, unsimplified case, if desired 4. Can be customized for individual requirements.
KeywordsModular Structure Medical Informatics Compatible Computer Editing Function Dialyzer Clearance
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