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The DINE System: Nutrient Analysis, Diet Improvement Software Package

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The Graduate HospitalPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania

Type: Dietary analysis program.
Computer: Apple llc, lie, 128k, 80 col. card, two disk drives; IBM PC, 192k, DOS 2.0 or later.
Format: Apple: three 5y4-inch floppy disks; IBM: two doublesided disks.
Documentation: Spiral-bound manual, 122 pages, containing a 95-page food dictionary.
Publisher:DineSystems, Inc., WNY Technology Development Center., 2211 Main Street, Building C, Buffalo, NY 14214: .
Price: Apple: $145.00; IBM: $165.00.

Ann Intern Med. 1987;106(5):786. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-106-5-786_1
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Much of the software developed for clinical nutrition has focused on creating parenteral and enteral feeding regimens for hospitalized patients. The DINE (Diet Improvement and Nutritional Evaluation) system is aimed at the more healthy outpatient population, and is designed to aid in evaluating and improving the dietary intake of this population. The DINE software was developed in 1980 at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and has recently been updated to the present version.

The software is available for the Apple II series and IBM PC microcomputers. The IBM version of the program (which is reviewed here) does



diet ; software ; nutrients

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