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There is something called a nomogram. It is a scale. On the left you plot height, on the right is weight. Mark each. In the middle is the BSA or m squared column. You use a square edge to draw a line from left column to the right column passing over BSA. This is the BSA.
11/24/2019 3:08:48 PM

Well how do you get BSA
2/26/2018 11:36:48 PM

Francis Abraham
Useful information.Worth reading.Thanks
6/22/2017 5:33:20 AM

Anthony@Cardiology Journal
Great site. Lovely committed work of true fan(s). All the very best.
5/22/2017 5:19:56 AM

Very informative post on cardiac output and cardiac index. Thanks for the information.
5/4/2017 8:20:24 AM

Will Henss
Very informative post! Cardiac output and index are two medical terminologies we are often confused about. Through this article, readers will be now informed about the differences of the two. Aside from this, they will also have a broader idea about these two terms because of the examples you gave. Thanks!
12/15/2016 2:36:34 AM