Reproducibility and validity of bioimpedance spectroscopy for tracking changes in total body water: implications for repeated measurements.

@article{Moon2010ReproducibilityAV,
  title={Reproducibility and validity of bioimpedance spectroscopy for tracking changes in total body water: implications for repeated measurements.},
  author={Jordan Robert Moon and Jeffrey Stout and Abbie E. Smith and Sarah E. Tobkin and Christopher M. Lockwood and Kristina L. Kendall and Jennifer L. Graef and David H Fukuda and Pablo Costa and Matt S. Stock and Kaelin C. Young and Patrick S Tucker and Eonho Kim and Trent J. Herda and Ashley A. Walter and Steven L Ferguson and Vanessa D. Sherk and Joel T. Cramer},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2010},
  volume={104 9},
  pages={1384-94}
}
Bioimpedance spectroscopy (BIS) has been used to track changes in total body water (TBW). Accurate TBW estimations can be influenced by both methodological and biological factors. One methodological variation that contributes to BIS TBW errors is the electrode placement. The purpose of the present study was to compare the reproducibility and validity of fixed-distance electrode placements (5 cm) with the standard single-site electrode placements. Twenty-nine subjects (fifteen men and fourteen… CONTINUE READING
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