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  1. #101  
    I would love it if the BMI calculator included other algorithms like the one I mention at:
    Body Mass Index – Lean Body Mass | CoachBioArt

    More options are better

    great app though. Would you be interested in a module for more chemistry-like calculations?
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  2.    #102  
    Thanks for your suggestion
    I am thinking of putting it all into one module - BSA, BMI, IBW and Lean BW
    Anyone have thoughts or would you prefer them separate?
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  3. #103  
    How about including an fe urea option to augment the feNa? I find myself using that almost as often.
  4.    #104  
    Quote Originally Posted by windzilla View Post
    How about including an fe urea option to augment the feNa? I find myself using that almost as often.

    Ok done.


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  5. #105  
    Updated thread title to no longer show version number here.

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  6. #106  
    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post
    Ok done.


    8/7/9 v1.1.0
    Added Fractional Excretion Urea
    Added Unit toggles for FrENa and Creatinine Clearance
    wow thanks! That was quick
  7.    #107  
    Quote Originally Posted by bioart View Post
    I would love it if the BMI calculator included other algorithms like the one I mention at:
    Body Mass Index Lean Body Mass | CoachBioArt

    More options are better

    great app though. Would you be interested in a module for more chemistry-like calculations?
    Application updated with Lean body weight
    I have consolidated BSA, BMI, IBW and LBW into one single module

    I believe there are several variants for the calculation of Lean Body Mass.
    The current one used is the Equation of Boer

    Code:
    lean body mass for adult males in kilograms =
    = (0.407 * (body weight in kilograms)) + (26.7 * (height in meters)) - 19.2
    lean body mass for adult females in kilograms =
    = (0.252 * (body weight in kilograms)) + (47.3 * (height in meters)) - 48.3
    There's also the James' formula

    Code:
    Lean Body Weight (men) = (1.10 x Weight(kg)) - 128 x ( Weight2/(100 x Height(m))2)
    Lean Body Weight (women) = (1.07 x Weight(kg)) - 148 x ( Weight2/(100 x Height(m))2)
    The LBW obtained by the two methods are very similar so I went with one - the Boer formula

    If anyone has suggestions for calculation modules, it would help greatly if you link to references which show the formula or algorithm, otherwise it will take much longer, if ever, for your suggestion to be included.
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  8.    #108  
    A quick update:

    Calc button is now green
    Added two more global variables: age, creatinine - I think this helps speeds up entry since one might be using the same variable for various scores eg serum creatinine in CClr and MELD
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  9.    #109  
    Update v 1.3.0
    - added Anion gap
    - added error trapping (no more NaN errors hopefully!)
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  10.    #110  
    Added a demo video:
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    #111  
    Sorry if this has already been requested but you you be able to include the version number in the About section?
    Last edited by groovy; 08/09/2009 at 05:45 PM.
  12.    #112  
    Quote Originally Posted by groovy View Post
    Sorry if this has already been requested but you you be able to include the version number in the About section?
    Good suggestion will implement it. Wonder if there is an automatic way to get the info from appinfo.json?
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  13. #113  
    palmdoc kudos to you!

    I have a couple of requests:
    - pregnancy calculator
    - corrected sodium
  14.    #114  
    I did try to add in a Pregnancy calculator but fumbled badly with the Date picker widget. Will need some help on this so give me a bit of time.
    Will add the corrected sodium and others later as well.
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  15.    #115  
    Quote Originally Posted by bulls96 View Post
    - corrected sodium
    I presume you mean corrected sodium for hyperglycemia?

    Which correction factor does one use?
    http://www.globalrph.com/hyperglycemia.htm
    corrected sodium = sodium + 0.016 x (Serum glucose - 100)

    or this one?

    Adjusting Sodium Levels in Patients with Hyperglycemia - October 15, 1999 - American Academy of Family Physicians
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  16.    #116  
    Alright, in the end I decided to include both methods (standard and Hillier's)
    PreMedi now updated to v 1.4.0b with Corrected Na for hyperglycemia

    I have also made minor changes:
    Added Disclaimer
    Version number is automatically displayed in the About box
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    #117  
    I have a request for a GFR Calculator. I am currently using GFR Calculator on my computer.
    Thanks for the great app!
  18. #118  
    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post
    Alright, in the end I decided to include both methods (standard and Hillier's)
    PreMedi now updated to v 1.4.0b with Corrected Na for hyperglycemia

    I have also made minor changes:
    Added Disclaimer
    Version number is automatically displayed in the About box
    That's awesome! quick response! thanks again!
  19. #119  
    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post
    Application updated with Lean body weight
    I have consolidated BSA, BMI, IBW and LBW into one single module

    I believe there are several variants for the calculation of Lean Body Mass.
    The current one used is the Equation of Boer

    Code:
    lean body mass for adult males in kilograms =
    = (0.407 * (body weight in kilograms)) + (26.7 * (height in meters)) - 19.2
    lean body mass for adult females in kilograms =
    = (0.252 * (body weight in kilograms)) + (47.3 * (height in meters)) - 48.3
    There's also the James' formula

    Code:
    Lean Body Weight (men) = (1.10 x Weight(kg)) - 128 x ( Weight2/(100 x Height(m))2)
    Lean Body Weight (women) = (1.07 x Weight(kg)) - 148 x ( Weight2/(100 x Height(m))2)
    The LBW obtained by the two methods are very similar so I went with one - the Boer formula

    If anyone has suggestions for calculation modules, it would help greatly if you link to references which show the formula or algorithm, otherwise it will take much longer, if ever, for your suggestion to be included.
    How about Harris benedictEquation
  20.    #120  
    Quote Originally Posted by sensai28 View Post
    I have a request for a GFR Calculator. I am currently using GFR Calculator on my computer.
    Thanks for the great app!
    v 1.5.0 up with MDRD GFR
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