A calculator designed to assist dietitians.

Anthropometry Biochemistry
Plot weight, height, muac, and head circumference on WHO growth charts to be able to classify nutritional status of a patient. This is important for identifying malnutrition.
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A list of normal ranges of blood results according to gender and age group for children up to 18 years old.
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Clinical Diet
Clinical descriptions of a typically healthy child. Notable deviations from these descriptions provide important information regarding signs and symptoms of disease / syndrome / deficiencies.
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The Diet section calculates specific energy (kcal/kg/day and kJ/kg/day) and macronutrient (e.g. protein g/kg/day) results, giving you accurate volumes to prescribe to your patients. A single product can be chosen to supply 100% nutritional needs e.g. as with tube fed patients, or a selection of products can be added together to meet full requirements e.g. patients with malnutrition receiving multiple therapeutic feeds.
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Product List
The app allows you to keep 100ml supplement information on hand. You start by building up a list of products that you use, and can then easily determine volumes of feeds required to meet full/partial nutritional needs of the patient. A master list is created, but only "activated" products are shown as available products in the Diet section. This way, you can keep product information with you throughout your career, even if you change facilities.
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Cloud Backup Google Sheets Import
You are able to backup and restore your product list to Google Drive for safe keeping. This file can then be shared and imported by other users.
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This allows you to keep a "master" copy of your product list within a Google Sheet. You are then able to import this into the app. This allows a central place of information, allowing the sharing of products amongst staff within a facility.
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