For this reason, traditionally, the administered dose is typically adjusted to the body-surface area (BSA) of the individual patient. BSA was originally calculated using a formula based on length and weight developed by DuBois and DuBois in 1916 [ 1 ] from an investigation that involved only nine individuals ( Table 1 ) [ 1 – 5 ].. "/>
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Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

Body surface area dosing

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