A comparison of bioimpedance methods for detection of body cell mass change in HIV infection.

Abstract

The maintenance of body cell mass (BCM) is critical for survival in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Accuracy of bioimpedance for measuring change (Delta) in intracellular water (ICW), which defines BCM, is uncertain. To evaluate bioimpedance-estimated DeltaBCM, the ICW of 21 weight-losing HIV patients was measured before and after anabolic… (More)

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@article{Earthman2000ACO, title={A comparison of bioimpedance methods for detection of body cell mass change in HIV infection.}, author={Carrie P. Earthman and James R Matthie and P. M. Reid and I T Harper and Eric Ravussin and W. Huntting Howell}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={2000}, volume={88 3}, pages={944-56} }