Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/94511
標題: Comparison of Standing Posture Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis with DXA for Body Composition in a Large, Healthy Chinese Population
作者: Chen, Kuen-Tsann
Chen, Yu-Yawn
Wang, Chia-Wei
Chuang, Chih-Lin
Chiang, Li-Ming
Lai, Chung-Liang
Lu, Hsueh-Kuan
Dwyer, Gregory B
Chao, Shu-Ping
Shih, Ming-Kuei
Hsieh, Kuen-Chang
陳焜燦
關鍵字: Female
Humans
Male
Taiwan
Absorptiometry, Photon
Body Composition
Electric Impedance
摘要: Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is a common method for assessing body composition in research and clinical trials. BIA is convenient but when compared with other reference methods, the results have been inconclusive. The level of obesity degree in subjects is considered to be an important factor affecting the accuracy of the measurements. A total of 711 participants were recruited in Taiwan and were sub-grouped by gender and levels of adiposity. Regression analysis and Bland-Altman analysis were used to evaluate the agreement of the measured body fat percentage (BF%) between BIA and DXA. The BF% measured by the DXA and BIA methods (Tanita BC-418) were expressed as BF%DXA and BF%BIA8, respectively. A one-way ANOVA was used to test the differences in BF% measurements by gender and levels of adiposity. The estimated BF%BIA8 and BF%DXA in the all subjects, male and female groups were all highly correlated (r = 0.934, 0.901, 0.916, all P< 0.001). The average estimated BF%BIA8 (22.54 ± 9.48%) was significantly lower than the average BF%DXA (26.26 ± 11.18%). The BF%BIA8 was overestimated in the male subgroup (BF%DXA< 15%), compared to BF%DXA by 0.45%, respectively. In the other subgroups, the BF%BIA8 values were all underestimated. Standing BIA estimating body fat percentage in Chinese participants have a high correlation, but underestimated on normal and high obesity degree in both male and female subjects.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/94511
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