ponderal


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ponderal

(pŏn′dĕr-ăl) [L. pondus, weight]
Relating to weight.
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Verificou-se que os pacientes que obtiveram reganho ponderal eram mais vulneraveis a comer quando estavam ansiosos e possuiam fome com mais frequencia quando comparado ao grupo que nao reganhou peso (Tabela 6).
Foram investigados tambem peso e IMC pre-gestacional, bem como o ganho de peso durante a gravidez para a idade gestacional, este ultimo avaliado segundo as recomendacoes de meta ponderal estabelecidas pelo Institute of Medicine (IOM) (18).
Uso de suplementos alimentares e estrategias de perda ponderal em atletas de Jiu-Jitsu de Ipatinga MG.
3] higher ponderal index, on average, though this difference was only marginally statistically significant (p = 0.
Once the infant met inclusion criteria, gestational age, gender, birth weight, height, ponderal index, Apgar score, Downes score, mode of delivery were recorded in a predesigned proforma.
Para tanto, utiliza-se a metodologia que estima a densidade maxima de urbanizacao (cenario de ocupacao) de cada setor urbano, comparando-a com a densidade de ocupacao atual, obtendo assim, a Densidade Demografica Ponderal.
sup][5] Ponderal index was calculated as birthweight (kg)/birth length (m [sup]3 ).
7] HIV infection was found to be associated with linear and ponderal growth retardation in children aged >24 months.
Ponderal rhythm results from the combination of accented and unaccented units.
The study was done with data of weights of calves in the Ponderal Development Control Program authorized by the Mexican Association of Zebu Breeders (AMCC for its initials in Spanish) with headquarters in Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico (9).