bioelectrical


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bioelectrical

(bī″ō-ĕ-lĕk′trĭ-kĭl)
Pert. to the electrical activities of living organisms.
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Bioelectrical impedance analysis: is it reliable estimator of lean body mass and total body water?
The analysis of the obtained material showed that elaboration of all investigated forms of internal inhibition is accompanied by similar changes in bioelectrical indexes of brain activity, resulting in enhancement of the phase activity of neocortex neurons; that is, alternation of activation and inhibition of their action potentials and increase in the amplitude of the corresponding background and evoked SPO.
Breathing in the bioelectrical frequencies of these therapeutic oils can, indeed, have a profound effect on your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.
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Before and after electrostimulation of hippocampus bioelectrical activity was registered by electroencephalography method (EEG) using bipolar disposition.
Neural therapy can be very instrumental in restoring the bioelectrical alterations that can be initiated by prescription drug use.
A Tanita body fat scale--which looks just like a regular bathroom scale and weighs you as well--uses a technology called bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA).
Body fat estimation can be performed using hydrostatic (underwater) weighing, bioelectrical impedance analysis, skinfold measurements, or measurements of skeletal dimensions such as height, chest diameter and depth, and wrist diameter.
The Duke University molecular biologists who conducted the study believe the extracted leg cells may have developed the special bioelectrical properties that enable the heart to contract and pump blood.
There was a systematic error in the bioelectrical impedance results which underestimated FFM by 0.
Measurement and classification of overweight and obesity can be accomplished using the following methods: body weight, weight-height ratios, weight-age ratios, hydrostatic (underwater) weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), skinfold measures, and bioelectrical impedance analysis.
The certification event will cover the most successful ways to prescribe and personalize the FirstLine Therapy program to patients, including key functional biomarkers and laboratory values for patient assessment, and how to conduct and interpret bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) to monitor body composition for patient tracking and motivation--all in a case study and workshop-based format.