Body composition in 5-18-y-old obese children and

Wabitsch, Martin; Braun, Ulrike
July 1996
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition;Jul96, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Presents a study which aims to develop an equation for the prediction of total body water (TBW) from bioelectrical impedence analysis (BIA) in obese children and adolescents before and after weight reduction. How the TBW was measured; Multiple-regression analysis; How to assess and treat obesity in children and adolescents.


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