Lower leg anthropometric measurements were taken from the right leg with an anthropometer
(Lafayette Instrument Company, 01291, Lafayette, Indiana, USA).
Anthropometric measurements: Body height was measured with an anthropometer
Size was measured with the naked child, using a wooden infant anthropometer
, with a ruler graduated from zero to 100 cm, with 1 mm-accuracy.
Height was measured in cm using a locally made anthropometer
of what he called an anthropometer
said to illustrate an Einsteinian
The biepicondylar breadth measurement of the right humerus and the biepicondylar breadth measurement of the right femur were taken using a Lafayette Small Anthropometer
Hamburg, Germany) anthropometer
with the accuracy of 1 mm.
For that reason, the following equipments were used: an electronic calibrated scale and a portable anthropometer
with fixed marker for accurate reading.
The nutritional status was verified by anthropometric measurements, measuring the body mass (measured standing barefoot with minimal clothing, using the Filizola weighing scale with capacity of 150 kg and sensitivity of 100 g); height (measured during exhalation using the anthropometer
of the scale with the elderly standing, barefoot, using light clothing.
Stature was measured using anthropometer
rod (Minimum count 1 mm) while trans-tubercular breadth was measured using round tipped spreading calliper (Minimum count 0.
Weight was measured on a digital scale (Seca, Germany) and height was taken using a Martin anthropometer
Body height was measured in standing position using the Martin anthropometer