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Optimal EPO dosing in hemodialysis patients using a non-linear model predictive control approach

Optimal EPO dosing in hemodialysis patients using a non-linear model predictive control approach

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ROGG, Sabrina, Doris H. FUERTINGER, Stefan VOLKWEIN, Franz KAPPEL, Peter KOTANKO, 2019. Optimal EPO dosing in hemodialysis patients using a non-linear model predictive control approach. In: Journal of Mathematical Biology. Springer. 79(6-7), pp. 2281-2313. ISSN 0303-6812. eISSN 1432-1416. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00285-019-01429-1

@article{Rogg2019Optim-41065.2, title={Optimal EPO dosing in hemodialysis patients using a non-linear model predictive control approach}, year={2019}, doi={10.1007/s00285-019-01429-1}, number={6-7}, volume={79}, issn={0303-6812}, journal={Journal of Mathematical Biology}, pages={2281--2313}, author={Rogg, Sabrina and Fuertinger, Doris H. and Volkwein, Stefan and Kappel, Franz and Kotanko, Peter} }

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