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1. Chatzimichail T. Enteral Nutritional Design. The Wolfram Demonstrations Project, 2017.

Abstract 

Enteral feeding refers to the delivery of nutrition directly into the gastrointestinal tract, thereby providing part or all of a patient's caloric and nutritional requirements. To design an enteral nutrition formula, the respective quantities of up to six selected foods (a meat, a cereal, a vegetable, a fruit and an oil) are calculated. It is desired that their combination comply with user-defined specifications: total required calories (10–3000), fraction of protein calories (0.15–0.40), fraction of carbohydrate calories (0.15–0.40) and maximum total water content of the foods (1–3000 ml). The specifications are set using the sliders. The foods are selected using their respective menus. Each menu includes a "None" option.

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Snapshot of the Demonstration

Demonstration at The Wolfram Demonstrations Project

Mathematica source code at The Wolfram Demonstrations Project