bioelectrical


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bioelectrical

(bī″ō-ĕ-lĕk′trĭ-kĭl)
Pert. to the electrical activities of living organisms.
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The most common method of body composition analysis is bioelectrical impedance, which is relatively inexpensive, highly portable, non-invasive and easy to use.
To complement the reproducibility of the anthropometric data, one examiner performed two consecutive bioelectrical impedance analysis measurements.
Estimation of skeletal muscle mass by bioelectrical impedance analysis.
"Bioelectrical engineering is a multidisciplinary field that applies electrical engineering design principles to biology, medicine and behavior." Applications include sensors that interface with the human body and tools like optical tweezers that use electromagnetics to manipulate drugs or living cells."
To perform bioelectrical impedance, multi-frequency segmental body composition analyser Tanita, MC780[R] (Croatia) was used.
In this way, this study aimed at providing the first description of the whole-body bioelectrical impedance vector in a group of ultra-endurance triathletes, and to assess the variation in the BM and the bioimpedance vector of the athletes evoked during a UET event.
Accuracy of a predictive bioelectrical impedance analysis equation for estimating appendicular skeletal muscle mass in a non-Caucasian sample of older people.
Slupik, A., Dwornik, M., Bialoszewski, D., &Zych, E., 2007, Effect of Kinesio Taping on bioelectrical activity of vastusmedialis muscle.Preliminary report.
A comparison of dual energy X-ray absorptiometry and bioelectrical impedance analysis to measure total and segmental body composition in healthy young adults.
The Xiaomi Mi Body Composition Scale is built out of matte polycarbonate with four metallic electrodes for the Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (I'll get to that in the next section).
Our microcurrent technology mirrors your body's own natural bioelectrical field, which 'teaches' the muscles to lift, firm and tone.
Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) with multifrequency technique has been proven to be one of the most valid methods comparing to DXA with high correlation in the healthy population [11].