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ELENCO PRINCIPALI PUBBLICAZIONI SCIENTIFICHE INBODY
STUDI DI VALIDAZIONE
STUDI CLINICI
NUTRITION ASSESSMENT AND REGULATION
OBESITY AND METABOLIC SYNDROME
KIDNEY DISEASES AND FLUID REGULATION
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM DISEASES
APPLICATION FOR CRITICAL OR SURGICAL PATIENTS
CANCER AND IMMUNE REGULATION
LIVER DISEASE
DIABETES
OTHER DISEASES
PEDIATRIC ASSESSMENT
SPORT
Studi di validazione
Pubblicazioni relative all’accuratezza della tecnologia dei dispositivi InBody. Validazione del metodo di misurazione segmentale, del sistema di elettrodi ad 8 punti tattili e del sistema a multifrequenza tramite la comparazione in diversi ambiti con i metodi ritenuti gold standard quali ad esempio la DEXA e la pletismografia.

(1) – 1995; Multifrequency biolectrical impedence estimates the distribution of body water; Kichul Cha et al; in National Institute of Heath Grants.
(2) – 1997; Evaluation_of_segmental_BIA_for measuring_muscle_distribution; Kichul Cha et al.
(3) – 2001; Validation of ‘InBody’ Bioelectrical Impedance by Whole Body MRI; E.L.Thomas et al; in Laboratory Report.
(4) – 2002; Accuracy of an eight-point tactile-electrode impedance method in the assessment of total body water; G Bedogni at al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(5) – 2002; Combined opto-electronic perometry and bioimpedance.
(6) – 2003; Cross-calibration of eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis versus dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry for the assessment of total and appendicular body composition in healthy subjects aged 21–82 years; G Bedogni et al; in Annals of human biology.
(7) – 2003; Body composition assessment with segmental multifrequency bioimpedance method; Jukka A. Salmi; in Journal of sports science & medicine
(8) – 2004; Percentage of Total Body Fat as Estimated by Three Automatic Bioelectrical Impedance Analyzers; Shinichi Demura et al; in Journal of physiological anthropology and Applied Human Science.
(9) – 2005; Body water distribution in severe obesity and its assessment from eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis; A Sartorio et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(10) – 2005; Accuracy of eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis for the assessment of total and appendicular body composition in peritoneal dialysis patients; G Medici et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(11) – 2005; A New Simple Method for the Measurement of Visceral Fat Accumulation by Bioelectrical Impedance; Miwa Ryo et al; in Diabetes Care
(12) – 2005; Evaluation of Leg-to-leg BIA in Assessing Body Composition of High-School Wrestlers; A. C. Utter et al; Med Sci Sports Exerc (vol 37, num 8).
(13) -2005; Development of Anthropometry-Based Equations for the Estimation of the Total Body Water in Koreans; Moon-Jae Kim et al; in The Korean Academy of Medical Sciences.
(14) – 2006; Assessment of Fluid Shifts of Body Compartments using Both Bioimpedance Analysis and Blood Volume Monitoring; Soo-Jeong Yu et al; in The Korean Academy of Medical Sciences.
(15) – 2007; Assessing Body Composition With DXA and Bioimpedance: effects of Obesity, Physical Activity, and Age; Eszter Völgyi et al; in Obesity journal.
(16) – 2008; Cross-validation of bioelectrical impedance analysis for the assessment of body composition in a representative sample of 6- to 13-year-old children; S Kriemler et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(17) – 2008; Ability of new octapolar bioimpedance spectroscopy analyzers to predict 4-component–model percentage body fat in Hispanic, lack, and white adults; Ann L Gibson et al; in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(18) – 2008; Validity and reliability of body composition analysers in children and adults; Nicole E. Jensky-Squires et al; in British Journal of Nutrition.
(19) – Validation of InBody 720.
(20) – 2009; Cross-calibration of multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis with eight-point tactile electrodes and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry for assessment of body composition in healthy children aged 6-18 years; J. Lim et al; in Pediatric International.
(21) – 2009; Reference Data of Multi Frequencies Bioelectric Impedance Method in Japanese; N. Miyatake et al; in Anti Aging Medicine.
(22) – 2010; Evaluation of Multifrequency Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis in Assessing Body Composition of Wrestler; A. Utter and P. Lambeth; in The American College of Sports Medicine.
(23) – 2011; Assessment of Body Composition in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients Using Bioelectrical Impedance and Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry; Antje Furstenberg and Andrew Davenport; in American Journal of Nephrology (150-156).
(24) – 2011; Comparison of Multifrequency Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis and Dual-Energy X-Ray Absortiometry Assessment in Outpatient Hemodialysis Patients; A. Furstenberg and A. Davenport; in AJKD.
(25) – 2011; Accuracy of direct segmental multi-frequency bioimpedance analysis in the
assessment of total body composition in middle-aged adult population; C. Ling et al; in Clinical Nutrition and metabolism.
(26) – 2012; Body composition measurements etermined by air displacement plethysmography and eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis are equivalent in African American college students; W. So et al; in HealthMED.
(27) – 2012; Utility of multifrequency bioelectrical impedance compared with dualenergy; L. J. Anderson et al; in Nutrition research.

Studi clinici
Studi effettuati in diversi ambiti di applicazione, elencati di seguito.
Nutrition assessment and regulation
Studi effettuati dello stato nutrizionale di un determinato gruppo di popolazione e di diverse tipologie di dieta ipocalorica.
(28) – 2002; Sequential changes of body composition in patients with enterocutaneous fistula during the 10 days after admission; Xin-Bo Wang et al; in World Journal of Gastroenterology.
(29) – 2003; Daily grape juice consumption reduces oxidative DNA damage and plasma free radical levels in healthy Koreans; Yoo Kyoung Park et al; in Elsevier.
(30) – 2003; Effect of olfactory function on nutritional status of Korean elderly women; W. Kim et al; in Nutrition Research.
(31) – 2005; High relative fat-free mass is important for maintaining serum albumin levels in patients with compensated liver cirrhosis; Kazuhiro Kotoh et al; in World Journal of Gastroenterology.
(32) – 2005; Relationship between fasting plasma ghrelin levels and metabolic parameters in children and adolescents; Y. Park et al; in Metabolism Clinical and Experimental (vol 55).
(33) – 2005; Serum Citrulline Is A Simple Quantitative Marker for Small Intestinal Enterocytes Mass and Absorption Function in Short Bowel Patients; Gong Jianfeng et al; in Journal of Surgical Research.
(34) – 2005; C-reactive protein level as an independent risk factor of metabolic syndrome in the Korean population CRP as risk factor of metabolic syndrome; S. Lim et al; in Diabetes research and clinical practice.
(35) – 2006; The relationship between body fat and C-reactive protein in middle-aged Korean population; Soo Lima et al; in Elsevier.
(36) – 2006; A school-based physical activity program to improve health and fitness in children aged 6-13 years (“Kinder-Sportstudie KISS”): study design of a randomized controlled trial; L. Zahner et al; in Bio Med Central.
(37) – 2006; Familial aggregation of the metabolic syndrome in Korean families with adolescents; H. S. Park et al; in Atherosclerosis (vol 186).
(38) – 2007; Effectiveness of a soy-based compared with a traditional low-calorie diet on weight loss and lipid levels in overweight adults; Fang-Hsuean Liao et al; in Nutrition (n’ 23)
(39) – 2007; Effects of genetic polymorphisms of UCP2 and UCP3 on very low calorie diet-induced body fat reduction in Korean female subjects; Y. Yoon et al; in Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications.
(40) – 2007; Nutrition assessment in children with short bowel syndrome weaned off parenteral nutrition: a long-term follow-up study; J. Wu et al; in J of Pediatric Surgery.
(41) – 2007; Early therapeutic benefit of enteral nutrition in active Crohn disease; Qing-Song Tao et al; in Elsevier.
(42) – 2008; Body cell mass is a useful parameter for assessing malnutrition and severity of disease in non-ascitic cirrhotic patients with hepatocellular carcinoma or esophageal varices; Takumi Kawaguchi et al; in International Journal of Molecular Medicine (22).
(43) – 2009; Combined Impact of Adiponectin and Retinol-blinding Protein 4 on Metabolic Syndrome in Elderly People: The Korean Longitudinal Study on Health and Aging; C. Won et al; in Obesity.
(44) – 2010; Effects of Milk Intake for 6 Months on Female University Students’ Standard Body Weight; Takashi Kumae; The 46th Annual Meet ing of the Japanese Liver Society.
(45) – 2010; Nutrition Management of Peritoneal Dialysis Patients; Yoshie Kanazawa et al; The 55th Annual Meet ing of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(46) – 2010; Evaluation of Usefulness of Body Composition Analysis for NAFLD Diagnosis; Koshi Yoshida et al; The 46th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Liver Society.
(47) – 2010; Use of Extracellular Water Ratio in Prediction and Treatment of Ascites in Liver Cirrhosis Cases; Mie College of Medicine Department of Gastroenterology, Mie University Hospital Nutrition Guidance and Management Unit; The 46th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Liver Society.
(48) – 2010; Evaluation of Efficacy of Interferon/Rivabirin in Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C by Body Composition Analysis; Masaki Saito et al; The 46th Annual Meet ing of the Japanese Liver Society.
(49) – 2010; Restriction of calorie and iron intake results in reduction of visceral fat and serum alanine aminotransferase and ferritin levels in patients with chronic liver diseasehepr; Motoh Iwasa et al; in Hepatology Research (40).
(50) – 2010; The Relationship of Adiponectin/Leptin Ratio with Homeostasis Model Assessment Insulin Resistance Index and Metabolic Syndrome in Apparently Healthy Korean Male Adults; C. Jung et al; in Korean Diabetes J.
(51) – 2010; Evaluation of Efficacy of Interferon/Rivabirin in Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C by Body Composition Analysis; M. Saito et al; in Trends of Research Dissertations by using InBody in Japan.
(52) – 2011; Excessive visceral fat accumulation in advances obstructive pulmonary disease; R. Furutate et al; in International journal of chronic pulmonary disease (vol 6).
(53) – 2013; The impact of nutritional supplementation on quality of life in patients infected with hepatitis C virus; R. S. S. B. Boulhosa et al; in Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics (vol 26).
(54) – 2015; Use of Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis for the Assessment of Nutritional Status in Critically Ill Patients; Y. Lee et al; in Gangnam Severance Hospital (Korea).
Obesity and metabolic syndrome
Studi effettuati per la valutazione del percorso dimagrante su soggetti obesi, per la valutazione di esercizio fisico e per l’identificazione della distribuzione di acqua, per la valutazione delle sindromi metabolica.
(55) – 2001; The effect of energy restriction, walking, and exercise on lower extremity lean body mass in obese women with osteoarthritis of the knee; Yoshitaka Toda; in Journal of orthopaedic science.
(56) – 2004; Serum Tumor Necrosis Factor- Levels and Components of the Metabolic Syndrome in Obese Adolescents; Yoo-Sun Moon et al; in Metabolism (Vol 53, N’ 7)
(57) – 2004; Body water distribution in severe obesity and its assessment from eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis; A Sartorio et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(58) – 2004; Gender Differences in Familial Aggregation of Obesity-related Phenotypes and Dietary Intake Patterns in Korean Families; Hye soon park et al; in Elsevier.
(59) – 2004; The Effects of Uncoupling Protein-1 Genotype on Lipoprotein Cholesterol Level in Korean Obese Subjects; Hyun Hee Oh et al; in Metabolism (Vol 53, N’ 8, August).
(60) – 2005; Body water distribution in severe obesity and its assessment from eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis; A Sartorio et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (1-6).
(61) – 2005; C-reactive protein level as an independent risk factor of metabolic syndrome in the Korean population CRP as risk factor of metabolic syndrome; S. Lim et al; in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice (1-8).
(62) – 2005; Diagnosis and Management of the Metabolic Syndrome; Scott M. Grundy et al; in Journal of the America Heart Assosiation.
(63) – 2005; Relationships between fasting plasma ghrelin levels and metabolic parameters in children and adolescents; Hye Soon Park et al; in Metabolism Clinical and Experimental (54).
(64) – 2005; Relationship of obesity and visceral adiposity with serum concentrations of CRP, TNF-a and IL-6; Hye Soon Park et al; in Elsevier.
(65) – 2005; The finding of new genetic polymorphism of UCP-1 A-1766G and its effects on body fat accumulation; Kil Soo Kim et al; in Elsevier.
(66) – 2006; Familial aggregation of the metabolic syndrome in Korean families with adolescents; Hye Soon Park et al; in Atherosclerosis (n’186, p 215–221).
(67) – 2006; Effects of abdominal electroacupuncture on parameters related to obesity in obese women: A pilot study; Myeong Soo Lee et al; in Elsevier.
(68) – 2006; Effects of Two Common Polymorphisms of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor-γ Gene on Metabolic Syndrome; Eun Jung Rhee et al; in Elsevier.
(69) – 2006; Plasma adiponectin levels in postmenopausal women with or without long-term hormone therapy; Jee-Aee Im et al; in Elsevier.
(70) – 2007; Anthropometric and Intellectual Evaluation of Individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome; San-Ging Shu et al; in Elsevier & Formosan Medical Association.
(71) – 2007; Nutrition assessment in children with short bowel syndrome weaned off parenteral nutrition: a long-term follow-up study; Jiang Wu et al; in Journal of Pediatric Surgery (n’42, p 1372– 1376).
(72) – 2007; Chitosan supplementation lowers serum lipids and maintains normal calcium, magnesium, and iron status in hyperlipidemic patients; Fang-Hsuean Liao et al; in Elsevier.
(73) – 2011; The relationship between various measures of obesity and arterial stiffness in morbidly obese patients; N. Nordstrand et al; in BMC cardiovascular disorders (vol 11).
(9) – 2005; Body water distribution in severe obesity and its assessment from eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis; A Sartorio et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(35) – 2006; The relationship between body fat and C-reactive protein in middle-aged Korean population; Soo Lima et al; in Elsevier, Atherosclerosis.
(60) – 2011; InBody 720 as a New Method of Evaluating Visceral Obesity; Hisataka Ogawa et al; in Hepato-Gastroenterology.
Kidney diseases and fluid regulation
Studi effettuati principalmente nell’ambito di pazienti sottoposti ad emodialisi o dialisi peritoneale, per la valutazione del trattamento (confronto pre-post dialisi), per il monitoraggio di trattamenti clinici, per il calcolo del peso secco (al fine di migliorare il trattamento dialitico).
(74) – 1999; Measurement of fluid shift in CAPD patients using segmental bioelectrical impedance analysis; Joon Ho Song et al; in Peritoneal Dialysis International.
(75) – 2001; Assessment of total body water from anthropometry-based equations using bioelectrical impedance as reference in Korean adult control and haemodialysis subject; S.W Lee et al; in Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation.
(76) – 2001; Serial changes in body composition in patients with chronic renal failure on peritoneal dialysis; Y. Kanazawa et al.
(77) – 2004; Treatment of Depression and Effect of Antidepression Treatment on Nutritional Status in Chronic Hemodialysis Patients; Ja-Ryong Koo et al; in The American Journal Of The Medical Sciences.
(78) – 2004; The Effects of Antidepressant Treatment on Serum Cytokines and Nutritional Status in Hemodialysis Patients; Sang-Kyu Lee et al; in The Korean Academy of Medical Sciences.
(79) – 2005; Usefulness of a body composition analyzer, inbody 2.0, in chronic hemodialysis patients; Machiko Okamoto et al; in Kaohsiung J Med Sci (May 2006 • Vol 22 • N’ 5).
(80) – 2008; Usefulness of Segmental Bioimpedance Ratio to Determine Dry Body Weight in New Hemodialysis Patients: A Pilot Study; Jongha Park et al; in American Journal of Nephrology.
(81) – 2009; Hydration Status Does Not Influence Peritoneal Equilibration Test Ultrafiltration Volumes; Andrew Davenport and Michelle Kay Willicombe; in Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.
(82) – 2010; Clinical Usability of Body Composition Analyzer “InBody”; Takao Uchida et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(83) – 2010; Estimation of Changes in Body Water when Performing Dialysis Using InBody S20 and Crit-Line Monitor; Koji Ueno et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(84) – 2010; Relationship between Clearance Gap (CL-Gap) of Dialyzer and Body Composition; Yukiko Wakiya et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(85) – 2010; Relationship between Visceral Fat, Body Condition and Cardiovascular Disease in Hemodialysis Patients; Yukie Moriyama et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(86) – 2010; Study of the Relationship between Shoulder Pain and Arm Muscle Mass in Hemodialysis Patients; Kaoru Shibata et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(87) – 2010; Study on Thyroid Function, Nutrition Condition and Total Body Water with Time Lapse in Hemodialysis Patients; Takako Saito et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(88) – 2010; Usefulness of InBody S20 in Dialysis Patients; Kentaro Myojin et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(89) – 2011; Assessment of Body Composition in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients Using Bioelectrical Impedance and Dual-Energy X-ray Absortiometry; A. Furstenberg and A. Davenport; in Am J Nephrology.
(90) – 2012; Comparison of volume status in asympthomatic hemodialisys and peritoneal dialysis outpatients; E. Papakrivopoulou et al; in Nephron Extra.
(91) – 2012; Changes in N.terminal Pro-Brain Natriuretic Peptide Correlate with Fluid Volume Changes Assessed by Bioimpedance in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients; A. Davenport; in American Journal of Nephrology.
(92) – 2012; Comparison between serum free triiodothyronine levels and body fluid distribution in hemodialysis patients; Osamu Saito et al; in Clin Exp Nephrol.
(93) – 2012; Extracellular volume expansion in peritoneal dialysis patients; Stanley Fan et al; in Int J Artif Organs (n’35 (3)).
(94) – 2012; Is N-terminal probrain-type natriuretic peptide a clinically useful biomarker of volume overload in peritoneal dialysis patients?; Eugenia Papakrivopoulou et al; in Nephrol Dial Transplant (27).
(95) – 2013; Prevalence and Risk Factors of Fluid Overload in Southern Chinese Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis Patients; Q. Guo et al; in PLOS One.
(96) – 2014; Predialysis NTproBNP Predicts Magnitude of Extracellular Volume Overload in Haemodialysis Patients; Arkom Nongnuch et al; in American Journal of Nephrology.
(10) – 2005; Accuracy of eight-polar bioelectrical impedance analysis for the assessment of total and appendicular body composition in peritoneal dialysis patients; G. Medici et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(45) – 2010; Nutrition Management of Peritoneal Dialysis Patients; Yoshie Kanazawa et al; The 55th Annual Meet ing of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(97) – 2012; Changes in N-Terminal Pro-Brain Natriuretic Peptide Correlate with Fluid Volume Changes Assessed by Bioimpedance in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients; Andrew Davenport; in Am J Nephrol (36).
(98) – 2010; Intradialytic Exercise at Hospital; Masayuki Mori et al; The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy.
(99) – 2010; A Comparative Study of Diet in Good and Poor Glycemic Control Groups in Elderly Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus; Mi-Hye et al; in Korean Diabetes J.
Circulatory system diseases
(105) – 2011; Edema Index-Guided Disease Management Improves 6-Month Outcomes of Patients With Acute Heart Failure; M.H. Liu et al; in Int Heart J.
(106) – 2012; Edema index established by a segmental multifrequency bioelectrical impedance analysis provides prognostic value in acute heart failure; Min-Hui Liu et al; in Journal of cardiovascular medicine.
(107) – 2014; Cardiopulmonary fitness is a function of lean mass, not total body weight: The DR’s EXTRA study; Benno Krachler et al; in European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.
(104) – 2008; Intima-Media Thickness and Pulse Wave Velocity in Hypertensive adolescents; Tae Young Gil et al; in J Korean Med Sci (23).
Application for critical or surgical patients
(108) – 2004; Postoperative Changes in Body Composition After Gastrectomy; Teruo Kiyama et al; F.A.C.S.SSAT Annual Meeting.
(109) – 2009; Estimating Survival in Patients with Cancer Receiving Palliative Care: is analysis of body composition using bioimpedance helpful; G.B Crawford et al, in Journal of palliative medicine (vol 12, n’11).
(110) – 2010; Impact of Prestransplant Nutrinional Status in Patients Undergoing Liver Transplantation; T. Kaido et al; in Hepato-Gastroenterology.
(111) – 2012; Pre- and perioperative factors affecting infection after living donor liver transplantation; T. Kaido et al; in Elsevier, Nutrition.
(112) – 2012; Energy Expenditure Before and After Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass; Silvia Leite Faria et al; in Springer Science+Business Media.
Cancer and immune regulation
(113) – 2005; Change of the growth hormone–insulin-like growth factor-I axis in patients with gastrointestinal cancer: related to tumour type and nutritional status; Qi Huang et al; in British Journal of Nutrition (93).
(114) – 2005; Hypoleptinemia in Gastric Cancer Patients: Relation to Body Fat Mass, Insulin, and Growth Hormone; Qi Huang; Xin Zhang et al; in Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition.
(115) – 2011; The Effects of Androgen Deprivation Therapy on Lipid Metabolism and Body Composition in Japanese Patients with Prostate Cancer; Kazumasa Torimoto et al; in J Clin Oncol.
(116) – 2012; Assessment of endothelial dysfunction by flow-mediated dilatation in men on long-term androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer; Stephen E. Gilbert et al; in Experimental Physiology.
(117) – 2013; Assessment of preoperative exercise capacity in hepatocellular carcinoma patients with chronic liver injury undergoing hepatectomy; Masaki Kaibori et al; in BMC Gastroenterology.
(118) – 2013; The effects of inpatient exercise therapy on the length of hospital stay in stages I–III colon cancer patients: randomized controlled trial; Ki-Yong Ahn et al; in Int J Colorectal Dis.
(119) – 2013; Water versus land-based multimodal exercise program effects on body composition in breast cancer survivors: a controlled clinical trial; Carolina Fernández-Lao et al; in Support Care Cancer.
(42) – 2008; Body cell mass is a useful parameter for assessing malnutrition and severity of disease in non-ascitic cirrhotic patients with hepatocellular carcinoma or esophageal varices; Takumi Kawaguchi et al; in International Journal of Molecular Medicine (22).
(56) – 2004; Serum Tumor Necrosis Factor- Levels and Components of the Metabolic Syndrome in Obese Adolescents; Yoo-Sun Moon et al; in Metabolism (Vol 53, N’7).
(109) – 2009; Estimating Survival in Patients with Cancer Receiving Palliative Care: is analysis of body composition using bioimpedance helpful; G.B Crawford et al; in Journal of palliative medicine (vol 12, N’11).
Liver disease
Studi effettuati per l’individuazione di parametri utili per identificare problematiche come la cirrosi
epatica, per valutare l’effetto di trapianti di fegato
(31) – 2005; High relative fat-free mass is important for maintaining serum albumin levels in patients with compensated liver cirrhosis; Kazuhiro Kotoh et al, in World J Gastroenterol.
(132) – 2005; Hypoadiponectinemia and Insulin Resistance are Associated with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease; D. Yoon et al; in J Korean Med SciJ Korean Med Sci.
(49) – 2010; Restriction of calorie and iron intake results in reduction of visceral fat and serum alanine aminotransferase and ferritin levels in patients with chronic liver diseasehepr; Motoh Iwasa et al; in Hepatology Research (40).
Diabetes
Studi effettuati su pazienti diabetici, principalmente diabete di tipo 2, per la valutazione della variazione di massa muscolare e di altri parametri.
(143) – 2004; Effects of hiking at altitude on body composition and insulin sensitivity in recovering drug addicts; Wen-Chih Lee et al; in Elsevier, Preventive Medicine.
(144) – 2007; Clinical characteristics of Korean type 2 diabetic patients in 2005; Dae Jung Kim et al; in Elsevier, Diabetes research and clinical practice.
(145) – 2007; Effect of pinitol on glucose metabolism and adipocytokines in uncontrolled type 2 diabetes; Mi Jin Kim et al; in Elsevier, Diabetes research and clinical practice.
(146) – 2007; Insulin resistance and muscle wasting in non-diabetic end-stage renal disease patients: Seoung Woo Lee et al; in Nephrol Dial Transplant (22).
(147) – 2007; Plasma visfatin levels are positively associated with circulating interleukin-6 in apparently healthy Korean women; Ji A Seo et al; in Elsevier, Diabetes research and clinical practice.
(148) – 2009; Derivation of a new equation for estimating creatinine clearance by using fat-free mass and serum creatinine concentration in Korean patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus; Eun Kyung Lee et al; in Elsevier, Diabetes research and clinical practice.
(99) – 2010; A Comparative Study of Diet in Good and Poor Glycemic Control Groups in Elderly Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus; Mi-Hye Woo et al; in Korean Diabetes J.
(149) – 2010; Characteristics of Type 2 Diabetes in Terms of Insulin Resistance in Korea; Jong-Suk Park et al; in Medical Journal (Vol. 46, N’ 4).
(150) – 2010; Does Diabetes Mellitus Predispose to Increased Fluid Overload in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients?; Andrew Davenport et al; in Nephron Clin Pract.
(151) – 2010; Experiment on Energy Setting for Type II Diabetes Patients with Obesity – Using Muscle Mass and Acceptable Weight by BIA; The 53rd Conference of the Japanese Diabetes Society.
(152) – 2010; Reduction of Skeletal Muscle, Especially in Lower Limbs, in Japanese Type 2 Diabetic Patients With Insulin Resistance and Cardiovascular Risk Factors; Yuji Tajiri et al; in Metabolic syndrome and related disorders (Vol 8, N’ 2).
(153) – 2010; Relationship of Adolescence Activity Level and Skeletal Muscle Mass after Adulthood in Type II Diabetes Patients; The 53rd Conference of the Japanese Diabetes Society.
(154) – 2010; Study on Basal Metabolic Rate, Body Composition, and Body Activity Level in Type II Diabetes Patients; The 53rd Conference of the Japanese Diabetes Society.
(155) – 2010; Study on Body Composition and Drug Administration of Type II Diabetes Patients; The 13th Conference of the Japanese Liver Society.
(156) – 2010; Study on Correlation of HbA1c and Body Composition Analysis in Diabetes Patients; Yuka Kitamoto et al; The 13th Conference of the Japanese Liver Society.
(157) – 2010; Study on Relationship between Past Activity Level and Current Skeletal Muscle Mass of Diabetes Patients; Aki Matsumoto et al; The 13th Conference of the Japanese Liver Society.
(158) – 2010; Relationship of Adolescence Activity Level and Skeletal Muscle Mass after Adulthood in Type II Diabetes Patients; in Trends of Research Dissertations by using InBody in Japan.
(159) – 2010; Study on Correlation of HbA1c and Body Composition Analysis in Diabetes Patients; Y. Kitamoto et al; in Trends of Research Dissertations by using InBody in Japan.
(50) – 2010; The Relationship of Adiponectin/Leptin Ratio with Homeostasis Model Assessment Insulin Resistance Index and Metabolic Syndrome in Apparently Healthy Korean Male Adults; Chan-Hee Jung et al; in Korean Diabetes J.
(160) – 2013; Body Fat Percentage as a marker of New-Onset Diabetes Mellitus After Kidney Transplantation; K. Tokodai et al; in Transplantation proceedings (Vol 45, n’ 4).
Other diseases
Valutazione di soggetti con osteoartrite, fistula, valutazione di variazioni di densità ossea post menopausa, effetti di interventi quali gastrectomia.
(120) – 2000; A Decline in Lower Extremity Lean Body Mass per Body Weight Is Characteristic of Women with Early Phase Osteoarthtitis of the Knee; Y. Toda et al; in The Journal of Rheumatology.
(121) – 2000; Lean Body Mass and Body Fat Distribution in Participants With Chronic Low Back Pain; Yoshitaka Toda and al; in Arch Intern Med (Vol 160, Nov).
(122) – 2001; Correlation Between Body Composition and Efficacy of Lateral Wedged Insoles for Medial Compartment Osteoarthritis of the Knee; Yoshitaka Toda et al.
(123) – 2002; Sequential changes of body composition in patients with enterocutaneous fistula during the 10 days after admission; Xin-Bo Wang et al; in World J Gastroenterol.
(124) – 2003; DEXA Overestimates Fat Free Mass in Patients with Edema; Choi Yunjung et al.
(125) – 2003; Bone mineral density correlates strongly with basal metabolic rate in postmenopausal women; Jong Weon Choi et al; in Elsevier, Clinica Chimica.
(126) – 2004; Association between respiratory function and osteoporosis in pre- and postmenopausal women; Jong Weon Choi et al; in The european menopause journal.
(127) – 2004; Body composition changes with age have gender-specific impacts on bone mineral density; Soo Lim et al; in Elsevier, Bone.
(128) – 2007; Chitosan supplementation lowers serum lipids and maintains normal calcium, magnesium, and iron status in hyperlipidemic patients; Fang-Hsuean Liao et al; in Elsevier, Nutrition Research.
(129) – 2007; Anthropometric and Intellectual Evaluation of Individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome; San-Ging Shu et al; in Med Assoc (Vol 106, N’ 6).
(130) – 2007; Development of models for predicting biological age (BA) with physical, biochemical, and hormonal parameters; Chul-Young Bae et al; in Elsevier, Archives of gerontology and geriatrics.
(131) – 2014; Hereditary Lymphedema, Characteristics, and Variations in 17 Adult Patients with Lymphedema Cholestasis Syndrome 1/Aagenaes Syndrome; Monica Drivdal et al; in Lymphatic Research and Biology (Vol 00, N’ 00).
(41) – 2007; Early therapeutic benefit of enteral nutrition in active Crohn disease; Qing-Song Tao et al; in Nutrition Research (27, 92–96).
Pediatric assessment
(100) – 1999; Studies on children using InBody, Biospace.
(101) – 2006; A school-based physical activity program to improve health and fitness in children aged 6–13 years (“Kinder-Sportstudie KISS”): study design of a randomized controlled trial; Lukas Zahner et al, in BioMedical Central.
(102) – 2007; Nutrition assessment in children with short bowel syndrome weaned off parenteral nutrition: a long-term follow-up study; Jiang Wu et al; in Journal of Pediatric.
(103) – 2008; Cross-calibration of multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis with eight-point tactile electrodes and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry for assessment of body composition in healthy children aged 6 – 18 years; Jung S. Lim et al; in Pediatrics International (50).
(104) – 2008; Intima-Media Thickness and Pulse Wave Velocity in Hypertensive adolescents; Tae Young Gil et al; in J Korean Med Sci (23).
(16) – 2008; Cross-validation of bioelectrical impedance analysis for the assessment of body composition in a representative sample of 6- to 13-year-old children; S Kriemler et al; in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
(40) – 2007; Nutrition assessment in children with short bowel syndrome weaned off parenteral nutrition: a long-term follow-up study; J. Wu et al; in J of Pediatric Surgery.
(50) – 2010; The Relationship of Adiponectin/Leptin Ratio with Homeostasis Model Assessment Insulin Resistance Index and Metabolic Syndrome in Apparently Healthy Korean Male Adults; C. Jung et al; in Korean Diabetes J.
(63) – 2005; Relationships between fasting plasma ghrelin levels and metabolic parameters in children and adolescents; Hye Soon Park et al; in Metabolism Clinical and Experimental (54).
Sport
Studi effettuati per la valutazione degli effetti di differenti tipologie di sport, quali pilates, escursionismo, nuoto, arti marziali in diversi gruppi di popolazione.
(133) – 2004; The Effects of Pilates Training on Flexibility and Body Composition: An Observational Study; Neil A. Segal et al; in Arch Phys Med Rehabil (Vol 85, Dec).
(134) – 2005; Report on the Health and Fitness Analysis of Pupils at a North Tyneside Primary School; in Northern, Heatlgh & Fitness assessments.
(135) – 2006; A school-based physical activity program to improve health and fitness in children aged 6–13 years (“Kinder-Sportstudie KISS”): study design of a randomized controlled trial; Lukas Zahner et al; in Bio Med Central (6:147).
(136) – 2007; Comparison of the Effects of Swimming and Tai Chi Chuan on Body Fat Composition in Elderly People; T. Yu et al; in Chang Gung Med J (vol 30, n’ 2).
(137) – 2010; Effects of Light Exercise Based on Walking on Body Composition and Bone-Related Factors in Mid- and Old-Age Females; Lee Sang-Yoon et al; 69th Annual Conference of Japan Society of Public Health.
(138) – 2010; The Effects of an Exercise Program on Anthropometric, Metabolic, and Cardiovascular Parameters in Obese Children; Y. Lee et al; in The Korean Society of Cardiology.
(139) – 2010; Eating Habits, obesity related behaviours, and effects of Danhak exercise in elderly Koreans; A. Ha et al; in Nutrition Research and Practice.
(140) – 2011; Effects of caloric restriction with varying energy density and aerobic exercise on weight change and satiety in young female adults; S. Song et al; in Nutrition and Health Sciences.
(141) – 2011; Relationship between obesity, alcohol consumption, and physical activity of male office workers in South Korea; O. Kim et al; in Nursing and Health Sciences.
(142) – 2012; Association between physical activity (PA) guidelines and body composition variables in middle-aged and older women; J. Peclova et al; in Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics.
(7) – 2003; Body composition assessment with segmental multifrequency bioimpedance method; Jukka A. Salmi; in Journal of sports science & medicine.