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Rather, in particular for the Owen, Mifflin, and Harris-Benedict equations, a negative linear relationship existed between measured RMR and the residual (predicted RMR minus measured RMR).
Systematic bias in the Owen, Mifflin, and Harris-Benedict equations was consistent with findings from Spears et al.
The RMR of the Mifflin and Harris-Benedict equations at the point of the nil residual was higher than our group's mean measured RMR.
Our results from plotting percentage error against measured RMR suggest that the multipliers of weight, height, and/or age may need to be modified for the Owen, Mifflin, and Harris-Benedict equations, in order to increase accuracy across a wide range of RMRs.
50,53-56) Two studies of acutely ill hospital patients found that the Harris-Benedict equation used with an injury factor was more accurate than the Ireton-Jones equation.
Table 2 Harris-Benedict equation for estimating resting energy expenditure (kcal/day) (22) Men 66.
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