DuBois formula

Du·Bois for·mu·la

(dū-bwah'),
a formula for predicting a person's surface area from weight and height: A = 71.84W0.425 H0.725, where A = surface area in cm2, W = weight in kg, and H = height in cm.

DuBois formula

[do̅o̅boiz′]
a logarithmic method of calculating the number of square meters of body surface area of an individual from the height in centimeters, the weight in kilograms, and a constant, 0.007184.

Du·Bois for·mu·la

(dū-bwah' fōrm'yū-lă)
A formula for predicting a human's surface area based on weight and height: A = 71.84W0.425H0.725, where A = surface area in cm2, W = weight in kg, and H = height in cm, and a constant 0.007184.

DuBois,

Eugene F., U.S. physiologist, 1882-1959.
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