Juan Carlos Aristizábal

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Recent connections between platelet activity and cardiovascular disease have raised questions of whether platelet function varies in exercising individuals. Resistance training has been linked to a possible reduction in hyper-aggregability of platelets, especially following acute strenuous exercise. The present investigation was designed to explore the(More)
BACKGROUND The world health organization (WHO) and the Identification and prevention of dietary- and lifestyle-induced health effects in children and infants- study (IDEFICS), released anthropometric reference values obtained from normal body weight children. This study examined the relationship between WHO [body mass index (BMI) and triceps- and(More)
Como citar este artículo: Aristizábal JC, Olaya SM, Giraldo A. Comparación de la composición corporal obtenida por bioimpedancia e hidrodensi-tometría en mujeres de 38 a 60 años de Medellín-Colombia. Abstract Background: Body composition assessment by bioimpedance is non-invasive, inexpensive and portable. Objective: To assess the validity of bioimpedance(More)
no son comparables ni intercambiables. Body composition assessment by anthropometry and bioelectrical impedance Introduction. Anthropometry and electric impedance methods are widely used for body composition assessment. However the evidence is unclear whether the results obtained from the two methods can be compared. Objective. Two methods are compared for(More)
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