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Association between sarcopenia and osteoporosis in chronic liver disease.
Published
Hepatology Research (2018)
InBody Unit
InBody770
Used Parameters
SMI
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Sarcopenia and osteoporosis are significant complications of chronic liver disease patients, and the ASMI measured by InBody is significant as a predictor of osteoporosis as well as the diagnosis of Sarcopenia in these patients.
It is mentioned that as low BMD is also related to occurrence of liver cirrhosis, and it is important to diagnose and predict osteoporosis early in patients with chronic liver disease.
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Muscle mass and muscle strength are associated with pre- and post-hospitalization falls in older male inpatients a longitudinal cohort study.
Published
BMD Geriatrics (2018)
InBody Unit
InBodyS10
Used Parameters
SMM, SMI
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For elderly inpatient, low muscle mass is related to the frequency of falls after discharge, and muscle strength is also related to the occurrence of falls before and after hospitalization.
It is mentioned that monitoring and intervention for the improvement of muscle mass and strength in the elderly are necessary, and use of InBody for measuring muscle mass.
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Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis of Water Reduction in Lower-Limb Lymphedema by Lymphaticovenular Anastomosis.
Published
Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery(2018)
InBody Unit
InBodyS10
Used Parameters
ECW/TBW, ECW, Segmental Body water
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Lymphaticovenular anastomosis (LVA) has the effect of improving water storage of limbs for limb lymphedema patients.
It is mentioned that measurement of limb water using InBody can predict level of improvement of edema as an effect of LVA, and that it is useful in identifying patients that do not need operation such as increase in circumference from lipophagia or fibrosis.
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Increase in relative skeletal muscle mass over time and its inverse association with metabolic syndrome development: a 7-year retrospective cohort study.
Published
Cardiovascular Diabetology(2018)
InBody Unit
InBody720
Used Parameters
Segmental FFM, SMI, BFM, PBF
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Muscle mass is known to lower the occurrence of metabolic syndrome. Increase in muscle mass over a time period is shown to reduce risk of developing metabolic syndrome regardless of initial muscle mass or glycometabolic variable, and this is distinct in males and obese population. It mentioned the use of InBody for muscle mass measurement.
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Bioelectrical impedance analysis in the management of heart failure in adult patients with congenital heart disease.
Published
Congenital Heart Disease(2018)
InBody Unit
InBody720
Used Parameters
TBW, ECW, ICW, ECW/TBW, BFM, Protein, Mineral
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In the management of heart failure in patients with chronic heart disease, total body water management using InBody is significant. According to the NYHA (New York Heart Association) classification of cardiac function, patients with the most severe cardiac function in stage 4 had a significantly higher ECW ratio compared to other groups, and patients with an ECW ratio of 0.386 or higher at discharge had a significantly higher rate of re-hospitalization for heart failure.
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Do Pre-Hemodialysis Estimates of Extracellular Volume Excess Using Bioimpedance and N-Terminal Brain Natriuretic Peptide Correlate With Cardiac Chamber Size Measured by Magnetic Resonance Imaging?
Published
Therapeutic Apheresis and Dialysis(2018)
InBody Unit
InBodyS10
Used Parameters
ICW, ECW
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In hemodialysis patients, before dialysis, NT-proBNP was related only to the size of the left ventricle, but the ECW/height measured by InBody was related to the size of the right ventricle.
In general, the right ventricle more sensitively reflects the change in plasma volume than the left, so BIA measurement is an effective test for predicting heart failure due to an increase in plasma volume.
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The Prognostic Role of Phase Angle in Advanced Cancer Patients A Systematic Review.
Published
Nutrition in Clinical Practice(2018)
InBody Unit
InBody720
Used Parameters
Phase angle
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It is reported that phase angle shows nutritional status and predicts risk of complications, and death in advanced cancer patients.
This research examines the correlation between the Phase Angle and overall survival (OS) in advanced cancer patients through various studies. Decreased in Phase Angle evaluated routinely may indicate a poor prognosis of these patients.
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Bioelectrical impedance analysis values as markers to predict severity in critically ill patients.
Published
Journal of Critical Care (2017)
InBody Unit
InBodyS10
Used Parameters
Phase angle, Reactance, Impedance, TBW, ECW, ICW, ECW/TBW
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The BIA results such as Phase Angle, Reactance, Impedance, etc. of critically ill patients correlate with their mortality. It is better in prediction of mortality rate of critically ill patients than the normal severity scoring system (APACHE II, SOFA and SAPS III), and It mentioned the use of InBody as index to determine severity of critical patients.
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