BWA became the first to utilize the 3MHz frequency, which enables precise measurement in diverse subjects. Furthermore, the 3MHz technology also ensures measurement stability in all range of frequencies regardless of test environment.
The Clamp Electrode is a combination of two forcep electrodes, which acts as an indicator attached to the wrist and ankle for high reproducibility.
InBody provides body composition evaluation by age, based on globally accumulated InBody Big Data. With this, a comprehensive analysis is provided so that you can compare your data to the data of the young age group (T-score) and the same age group (Z-score).
The 16-Point Clamp Electrodes were developed in a way so that the electrodes can be positioned on the wrist and ankle bone. It allows the instructor to place the electrode in the proper position and secure reproducibility by minimizing measurement errors.
With the 16-Point Clamp Electrodes, two different measurement modes are provided which enable users to choose between —Research (Distal) and Medical (Proximal), depending on their requirements.
A higher frequency is more difficult to control in the human body which possibly results in irregular impedance measurement. As the newest technological advancement, InBody utilizes the 3Mhz frequency, which enables precise measurement for a more diverse range of patients and subjects with special body compositions.
Based on 13 million sets of InBody Big Data, InBody provides averages and
standard deviation graphs for each result parameter according to age. It
allows for comparative evaluation between different or same age groups
for a more objective body composition analysis.
More precise results can be obtained and utilized by entering the patient
status information such as amputation, paralysis, lymphedema, and vascular
Select from a range of distinct optional parameters for clinical and research purposes.
– Water Control Calculator: to set target ECW Ratio
– Age-specific graph: to evaluate and compare the body composition result by age
– BIVA (Bioelectrical Impedance Vector Analysis): to evaluate the hydration
and nutritional status in comparison to their demographic group