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There are some subtle differences in WebApps versus traditional Windows applications. The most significant of these differences is the fact that field changes are not immediately recognized. Because there is no "OnChange" event, changes in an input field are not recognized until the data is submitted either by tabbing to new field or by clicking a button. The best example of this difference is the dose entry screen of Antibiotic Kinetics. If you change the recommended dose you must click the "Levels" button to recalculate the projected serum level estimates.
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Please, if you use the RxKinetics WebApps, I want to hear your feedback (positive or negative), and any suggestions you may have.
Thank you, Rick.
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