In general yes, although it will depend on the specific patient. DoseMeRx is in wide use for critically ill patients and in intensive care units around the world. 

It is important to note that these patients can have significantly higher inter-occasion variability - in other words, they may respond differently tomorrow than today, if their clinical situation changes significantly. 

DoseMeRx is a decision support tool that makes predictions of a patient’s future pharmacokinetics based on the recent pharmacokinetic data. If there is a significant change, we recommend only using the most recent data to dose-adjust your patient. 

If you need any assistance please contact DoseMeRx support

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