Prevalence and determinant factors of sarcopenia in patients with type 2 diabetes: the Korean Sarcopenic
Obesity Study (KSOS).
The participants in the LI + BFR group improved the performance in all the functional tests as well as the AMM and MMI index, but still remained classified as sarcopenic
To learn more about sarcopenic
obesity and its effects on falls in older women, the team reviewed information from the Women's Health Initiative (WHI).
All patients met the definition of sarcopenia by the second admission, including the one with HIV infection who was sarcopenic
on both ICU admissions.
Recent findings suggest that the incidence of sarcopenia, sarcopenic
obesity, and osteosarcopenic obesity was 31.5, 5.1, and 4.1%, respectively .
Initially, BMI did not show a consistent trend or relation with the muscle status, and sarcopenic
patients were older than their counterparts.
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Our conclusions are different from the Korean Sarcopenic
Obesity Study .
obesity is related to reduced functional performance, elevated inflammatory profiles, a worse psychological status, and a reduced quality of life .
Lima, "Body adiposity index, but not visceral adiposity index, correlates with inflammatory markers in sarcopenic
obese elderly women," Experimental Aging Research, vol.
This journal published an original article entitled "Differences in Ventilatory Threshold for Exercise Prescription in Outpatient Diabetic and Sarcopenic
Obese Subjects" .