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Body Composition Analysis

Although there is no direct theoretical relationship between whole body resistance and/or reactance and adiposity, empirical relationships exist to relate total body water and fat free mass (FFM) to impedance, weight, height, gender and age. In effect, lean body impedance is a function of the specific resistivity of the lean tissue, together with its cross-sectional area and its length. When investigating body composition, the EBI100C can be used to perform multi-frequency measurements of different body parts to obtain the segment’s resistive and reactive components using standard tetrapolar electrode placement.

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  • Body water estimation
  • Fat-free mass
  • Extra/intracellular water ratio
  • Resistivity of bone, body fat (BF), and muscle

Click here to read the NIH Consensus Statement Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis in Body Composition Measurement. BIA

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