This is a list of all Nutrition related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Transforms glucose levels from mmol/L to mg/dL and from mg/dL to mmol/L.
Checks the long term blood sugar levels based on the glycated hemoglobin assessment.
Determines TC/HDL and the LDL/HDL ratio to evaluate risk of cardiovascular disease.
Compares the TC, HDL, LDL and triglyceride patient levels with normal values to determine whether there is risk for heart disease.
Estimates the answer of the body to insulin based on the fasting glucose and insulin blood levels.
Tracks the GI value in the most common fruits, vegetables and others foods.
Estimates the iron deficit in preparation for iron replacement based on patient weight and haemoglobin.
Determines how many carbohydrate grams are disposed of by one unit of insulin from the diabetes treatment.
Determines the low-density lipoprotein levels based on cholesterol blood test results (total, HDL cholesterol levels & triglycerides).
Estimates the normalized protein catabolic rate (nPCR) for stable patients who undergo dialysis.
Determines the recommended daily carbohydrate intake for your age, height and weight, whether you want to lose, maintain or gain weight.
Evaluates blood glucose levels linked to the HbA1c testing result.
Estimates the parenteral dose of iron supplement needed to restore hemoglobin level.
Evaluates the degree of dehydration in pediatric patients by using the Clinical Dehydration Scale (CDS).
Stratifies diabetes risk based on patient age, gender, hypertension status or family history.
Evaluates risk of malnutrition in hospitalized patients.
Determines the daily calories and grams of proteins, carbs and fats necessary to remain in ketosis, so you can refine your weight goals in the keto diet.
Determines your daily calorie and macro goals depending on your characteristics, activity level and weight loss, maintenance or gain targets.
Helps you determine how much your blood sugar levels will raise after eating a specific food based on its glycemic index and carbohydrate amount.