[ Neo Home | New | Clinical | Computers | Jobs | Diversions | Links ]

Title Pediatric parenteral nutrition management using a comprehensive user-friendly computer program designed for personal computers
Author(s) Loren G. Yamamoto, MD, MPH; Gloria J. Gainsley, RPh; and J. Edward Witek, RPh
Source Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Vol. 10, No. 5, Pages 535-539
Publication Date Sept./Oct. 1986
Abstract The use of parenteral nutrition is becoming more widespread. The need for individualized parenteral nutrition solutions in pediatric patients makes the ordering and preparation of these solutions more complex and error-prone. A computer program is described which performs comprehensive management of parenteral nutrition by assisting in accurately ordering and preparing parenteral nutrition solutions. It also performs extensive error-checking and provides additional nutritional information. Data base management is also a feature which permits future large-scale analysis of parenteral nutrition data for research purposes. This program, designed to run on a personal computer, is very comprehensive, yet flexible and user-friendly.

Return to Citation Index Page

This page was last modified on 01-24-1996.
Citation database was last rebuilt on 02-18-2012.
Neonatology on the Web / webmaster@neonatology.org