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Professor Angelo Pietrobelli. Verona University Medical School. TMAB Member. Tanita BIA technology was first introduced in Since then we have strived to establish the most accurate technology and will always look for ways and methods to improve accuracy through dedicated research and development. The Tanita algorithm is the cornerstone of precision body composition measurements in different body types, ages and gender.
This has been repeatedly shown in independent scientific publications from researchers and clinicians worldwide. There are various parameters within the algorithm to ensure the highest accuracy. By incorporating these parameters, Tanita BIA technology can provide more consistent and reliable body composition measurements for anyone who steps on.
These factors are incorporated into most BIA technology manufacturers within the medical and research fields and has proven to be the foundation of strong validation. In addition, Tanita has developed algorithms for adults with a higher level of physical activity — athlete mode.
This feature allows higher accuracy of assessing individuals muscle mass. Assessing body composition with DXA and bioimpedance: effects of obesity, physical activity, and age.
Obesity ;16 3 In obese men, the differences were smaller. The two BIA devices provided similar means for groups. Validation study of multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry among obese patients.
Obes Surg ; 24 9 Conclusion: BIA proved to be a safe alternative for assessing BC in clinically severely obese patients and thus provides a more accessible evaluation tool for this population. Validation of a portable bioelectrical impedance analyzer for the assessment of body composition. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. In addition, there appears to be a systematic bias for the estimation of trunk and appendicular FFM with the Inbody in men and women.
Body composition in to year-old adults--comparison of multifrequency bioimpedance and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. Are ethnic and gender specific equations needed to derive fat free mass from bioelectrical impedance in children of South Asian, Black African-Caribbean and White European origin?
Results of the assessment of body composition in children study. Plos One ; 18, 8 10 :e Nephron Clin Pract. Development and validation of bioelectrical impedance analysis equations for predicting total body water and fat-free mass in North-African adults. Eur J Clin Nutr ; 67 10 Int J Epidemiol ; 40 1 — Obesity ; 18 6 Am J Clin Nutr ; 87 2 Race ethnicity-specific waist circumference cutoffs for identifying cardiovascular disease risk factors.
Am J Clin Nutr ; 81 2 — Validity of total and segmental impedance measurements for prediction of body composition across ethnic population groups. Eur J Clin Nutr ; — Bioelectrical impedance analysis to assess body composition in obese adult women: the effect of ethnicity. Int J Obes ; — Relation of central obesity and insulin resistance with high diabetes prevalence and cardiovascular risk in South Asians. Lancet ; — To summarize the key findings related to ethnicity and gender: Previous articles have demonstrated a need for ethnic-and gender-specific prediction equations both in adults and in adolescents.
Having in the equation control for ethnicity we reduced the underestimation of fat mass in Asian population. Ethnic differences in the optimal equations for the prediction of FFM from BIA are likely to reflect the marked ethnic differences in body composition in children of different ethnic groups Deurenberg P, Deuremberg-Yap, These include differences in stature, black African-Caribbean children are taller and in particular have greater leg length than white Europeans and South Asians, and lean mass, particularly muscle mass, which tends to be lower among South Asians Nightngale et al, In addition, the amount and distribution of body fat varies appreciably between ethnic groups, with South Asians having a higher proportion of total fat in their abdomen McKeigue et al , while black African-Caribbeans may have a lower proportion compared to white Europeans Zhu et al, J Hum Kinet.
Comparison of multi- and single-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry for assessment of body composition in postmenopausal women: effects of body mass index and accelerometerdetermined physical activity. J Hum Nutr Diet. In other words hydration of fat free mass is influenced by physical activity. Sitio Web de productos profesionales dirigido exclusivamente a Profesionales que se dediquen comercialmente a tareas relacionadas con los productos descritos.
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