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Validation of bioelectrical impedance in obese, lean, adolescent, and aging populations
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|Statement||Ann L. Albright.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 117 leaves|
|Number of Pages||117|
Body composition was measured in a group of 35 healthy men and 37 healthy women aged 60–83 y. Body mass index (BMI) in men was +/- kg/m2 (means +/- SD) and in women, +/- kg/m2. BMI was low in relation to body fat percentage as determined by skinfold-thickness measurements or densitometry in comparison with the relation found Cited by: This leaves girth measurement and bioelectrical impedance (BIA) as viable options. Girth measurements that include central girth measures have been effectively used as a tool to track both visceral and subcutaneous adiposity and have acceptable validity and good reliability for body fat assessment in general populations. EBSCOhost serves thousands of libraries with premium essays, articles and other content including Validity of the bioelectrical impedance method for assessing body composition in non-frail and pre-frail older adults. Get access to over 12 million other articles!
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Get this from a library. Validation of bioelectrical impedance in obese, lean, adolescent, and aging populations. [Ann L Albright]. Limitations of bioelectrical impedance assessment are in morbidly obese patients who have an elevated quantity of extracellular water and total body. Validation of a portable bioelectrical impedance analyzer for the assessment of body composition Article (PDF Available) in Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism 38(1) February cacy and usefulness of bioelectrical impedance vector analysis on the study of body composi- tion in a group of children with overweight and obesity, so.
Validation of bioelectric impedance analysis as a measure of change in body composition and aging populations book obesity September American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 52(2) Background & aims. Aging is characterized by a loss of limb lean mass (LLM) that can lead to physical disability and death.
Regional bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) may be a reliable method for estimating LLM, but no prediction equations are available for Cited by: Validation of bioelectrical impedance in obese.
The objective of the present study was to determine the accuracy of two foot-to-foot (FF) bioelectrical impedance analysers (BIA) to assess body composition in and aging populations book and obese adolescents, compared with dual-energy X-ray Cited by: lean This adolescent tested the hypothesis that, as compared to lean bioelectrical impedance (BI) analysis, segmental BI analysis can estimate lean body mass (LBM) more accurately in a population with a large difference in muscularity.
In addition to whole-body BI, which determines impedance (Z) between the wrist lean ankle, two segmental BI analyses Cited by: Previous validation studies of BIA in children and adolescents have reported multiple correlation coefficients (R 2) ranging from approximately to and estimation errors (RMSE) ranging from approximately kg to kg for FFM and % to % for %BF [4–6, 8, 11, 12].
Our multiple correlation coefficients and RMSE compared Cited by: 1. Introduction. The World Adolescent Organization has acknowledged that childhood obesity is one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century .The International Obesity Task Force (IOTF) reported that 1 in 10 children aged 5–17 years is overweight, and 30–45 million children aged 5–17 years (accounting for % of the global population of children) Validation of bioelectrical impedance in obese obese .Cited by: 5.
Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) was used to measure body lean mass (kilogram, kg) as a valid alternative for the assessment of body composition . Body lean. The purpose of this review is to examine the theory and assumptions that may limit the use of bioelectrical impedance analysis in such individuals.
RECENT FINDINGS: There is currently insufficient validation of bioelectrical impedance analysis equations adolescent obese individuals with body mass indices greater than 34 kg/ by: Bioelectrical impedance vector analysis (BIVA) and the RXc graph are useful methods for the determination adolescent changes in tissue lean and nutritional status.
BIVA uses resistance (R) and reactance (Xc) values as components of the Z vector in the RXc Validation of bioelectrical impedance in obese, with R and Xc being normalized for height (R/H and Xc/H) and plotted as bivariates in Cited by: One hundred and thirty-eight ( girls and 28 boys) obese adolescents (Tanner stage ) with a mean age of 14 ± years were enrolled in the study ().The adolescents were recruited through pediatric consultations in specialized pediatric clinics (Children Medical Center, Romagnat, France, and Tzanou, La Bourboule, France).Cited by: Alternative BIA equations, with focused study population relevance, were developed in this study by using FFM, rather than FM, as the criterion variable to address the known biological relations between bioelectric impedance and hydrated lean tissue of the human body.
All of the 24 BIA equations previously validated in children and adolescents Cited by: Background. There is a need for a practical, inexpensive method to assess body composition in obese adolescents. This study aimed to 1) compare body composition parameters estimated by a stand-on, multi-frequency bioelectrical impendence (BIA) device, using a) the manufacturers’ equations, and b) published and derived equations with body composition measured by dual Cited by: Kriemler, S., Puder, J., Zahner, L.
et al. Cross-validation of bioelectrical impedance analysis for the assessment of body composition in a representative sample of 6- to year-old by: Significant change in body composition occurs with aging, specifically an increase in fat mass and decrease in fat free mass (1, 2, 3, 4).These changes in body composition are associated with obesity and increased risk for certain cancers (5, 6), cardiovascular disease (), type 2 diabetes mellitus (7, 8), and mortality (6, 9, 10).As the proportion of older Americans continues to grow Cited by: Objective: To compare estimates of total and truncal fatness from eight‐electrode bioelectrical impedance analysis equipment (BIA 8) with those from DXA in centrally obese secondary aim was to examine BMI and waist circumference (WC) as proxy measures for percentage total body fat (%TBF) and truncal body fat percentage (tr%BF).Cited by: The reliability and validity of measurements obtained with two bioelectrical impedance analyzers (BIAs), an RJL Systems model BIA and a Berkeley Medical Research BMR, were investigated using the manufacturers’ prediction equations for the assessment of fat-free mass (FFM) (in kilograms) in children and adolescents.
Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a technique that has proven to be safe, generally acceptable to patients, and easy to use [,].BIA is used for determining fluid management and increasingly for evaluating protein-energy status.
BIA is based on a two-compartment model that determines total body water (TBW) and soft tissue (i.e. fat mass [FM] and fat-free mass. Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a widely used method for estimating body composition. The technology is relatively simple, quick, and noninvasive.
BIA is currently used in diverse settings, including private clinicians offices, health clubs, and hospitals, and across a spectrum of ages, body weights, and disease states. Background Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a convenient and child-friendly method for longitudinal analysis of changes in body composition.
However, most validation studies of BIA have been performed on adult Caucasians. The present cross-sectional study investigated the validity of two portable BIA devices, the Inbody (BIA8MF) and the Tanita BC Cited by: Purpose of review Several factors limit the use of bioelectrical impedance analysis as a valid predictor of the amount of body fat in morbidly obese individuals.
The purpose of this review is to examine the theory and assumptions that may limit the use of bioelectrical impedance analysis in such individuals.
Recent findings There is currently insufficient validation of bioelectrical impedance. The bioelectrical-impedance-analysis (BIA) method accurately measures body composition in weight-stable subjects.
This study validates the use of BIA to measure change in body composition. Twelve obese females underwent weight loss at a mean rate of kg/wk. Body composition was measured by deuterium oxide dilution (D2O), BIA, and skinfold Cited by: Bennett K Ng, Yong E Liu, Wei Wang, Thomas L Kelly, Kevin E Wilson, Dale A Schoeller, Steven B Heymsfield, John A Shepherd, Validation of rapid 4-component body composition assessment with the use of dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry and bioelectrical impedance analysis, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, VolumeIssue 4, October Cited by: 6.
Body composition in 5–y-old obese children and adolescents before and after weight reduction as assessed by deuterium dilution and bioelectrical impedance analysis Am J Clin Nutr 1 Cited by: 4. Gabriel Cunha Beato, Michele Novais Ravelli, Alex Harley Crisp and Maria Rita Marques de Oliveira, Agreement Between Body Composition Assessed by Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis and Doubly Labeled Water in Obese Women Submitted to Bariatric Surgery, Obesity Surgery, /s, 29, 1, (), ().Cited by: We tested the validity and reliability of the BioSpace InBodyOmron and Bod-eComm body composition devices in men and women (n ; 21–80 years) and boys and girls (n ; 10–17 years).We analysed percentage body fat (%BF) and compared the results with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) in adults and compared the results of the InBody with Cited by: Assessment of fat-free mass using bioelectrical impedance measurements of the human body1’2 Henry C Lukaski, P/iD, Phyllis E Johnson, PhD, William W Bolonchuk, MSc, and Glenn I Lykken, PhD ABSTRACT A method which involves the measurement of bioelectrical resistive impedance (R) for the estimation of human body composition by: Bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA) fulfills many of the requirements to be considered for an optimal body composition method.
Previously, many BIA body composition prediction equations have been developed for a variety of child and adolescent populations (,,,,). However, many of the BIA equations for children were Cited by: The study of body composition in specific populations by techniques such as bio-impedance analysis (BIA) requires validation based on standard reference methods.
The aim of this study was to develop and cross-validate a predictive equation for bioelectrical impedance using air displacement plethysmography (ADP) as standard method to measure body. Body composition measures of obese adolescents by the deuterium oxide dilution method and by bioelectrical impedance.
Braz J Med Biol Res ; – CASCited by: ABSTRACT. Background: There is little information on whether bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) accurately predicts changes in body composition associated with energy restriction, exercise, or both.
Objective: We had 2 objectives: to determine the validity of the leg-to-leg BIA system in 1) estimating body composition in obese and nonobese women, Cited by: Lukaski HC, Bolonchuk WW, Hall CB, Siders WA.
Validation of tetrapolar bioelectrical impedance method to assess human body composition J Appl Physiol – CAS; Article; Google Cited by: Sex and age specific prediction formulas for estimating body composition from bioelectric impedance: A cross validation study.
International J of Obesity. ;  Lukaski HC, Bolonchuk WW, Hall CB, Siders WA. Validation of tetrapolar bioelectrical impedance method to assess human body composition.
J Appl Physiol. ; Author: Nigar Küçükkubaş, Sinem Hazır Aytar, Caner Açıkada, Tahir Hazır. Why bioelectrical impedance analysis should be used for estimating adiposity Body composition in 5–y-old obese children and adolescents before and after weight reduction as assessed by deuterium dilution and bioelectrical impedance analysis.
Validation of bioelectrical-impedance measurements as a method to estimate body-water by: The aim of the study is to examine the validity in predicting body fat percentage (%BF) of different bioelectrical impedance (BIA) devices among Chinese children and adolescents.
A total of Chinese children and adolescents aged 9–19 years old participated in the study. %BF was assessed by BIA scales, namely, Biodynamics (Model A), Tanita TBF (Model B), Cited by: 5.
Validation of multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis versus dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry to measure body fat percentage in overweight/obese Colombian adults. American Journal of Human Biology, Vol.
30, Cited by: Bioelectrical impedance analysis is an extremely popular method for assessment of body composition. Despite its wide-spread use over the past thirty years, its accuracy and clinical value is still Cited by:.
Validation of a bioelectrical impedance analysis equation to predict appendicular pdf muscle mass (ASMM) Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 22, No. 6 Estimation of body fatness from body mass index and bioelectrical impedance: comparison of .SKF measurements on older download pdf and obese individuals due to loose connective tissue and large fatfolds, BIA is the preferred field method of estimating percent body fat (BF) in these populations,” (p.
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