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  1. 1. THE MEASUREMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION INCHILDRENThrough a table of BMI, Lange Calipermachine of Bio-impedance, and dexa<br />Ernesto Sánchez Burgos<br />22.03.2011<br />
  2. 2. SUMMARY<br />BODY COMPOSITION<br />MEASUREMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION<br />LANGE CALIBRE<br />MACHINE OF BIO-IMPEDANCE<br />ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGE<br />CONCLUSIONS<br />BIBLIOGRAPHY<br />
  3. 3. BODY COMPOSITION<br />Proportion of <br />fat<br />muscle + bones fat-free<br />in the body<br />
  4. 4. MEASUREMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION<br />BMI = weight (kg) / height2(m)<br />To know to could predict futures problems of health<br />(Lohman, 1986)<br />
  5. 5. MEASUREMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION<br />Observation of different aspects, like: <br /><ul><li>Figure
  6. 6. Posture body
  7. 7. Functionality of body
  8. 8. Balance between different part of body
  9. 9. Distribution of the fats and muscle </li></li></ul><li>LANGE CALIPER<br />% Body Fat<br />%BF = 0.465 + 0.18 (∑5 x 1.4) – 0.0002406 (∑5 x 1.4)² + 0.0661 (age)<br />(Ball et. al, 2004)<br />Two point (Triceps and Subscapula) to predict a % of body fat<br />(Dezenberg et al, 1999)<br />
  10. 10. MACHINE OF BIO-IMPEDANCE<br />This method is the “best” to measure the estimation of fat-free mass, fat mass and percentage body fat <br />(Tyrrellet et al, 2001)<br />
  11. 11. dexa<br />%fat<br />fat mass / height2<br />lean mass / height2<br />appendicle lean mass / height2<br />%fat trunk / %fat legs ratio<br />trunk / limb fat mass ratio of fat<br />bone mineral content<br />(Kelly et al, 2009)<br />
  12. 12. ADVANTAGEANDDISADVANTAGE<br />
  13. 13. CONCLUSIONS<br />Knowledge of our pupils is essential to give every one that he/she necessity <br />Observation in our students is very important; their behaviors, their movements, their body posture… their non-verbal communication<br />No method is the best to apply in every schools <br />To spend time in our class to <br />measure the health of our pupils<br />is the best way to teach how <br />important this is <br />
  14. 14. BIBLIOGRAPHY<br />Ball,S. D., AltenaT. S. and Swan P. D. Comparison of anthropometry to DXA: A new prediction equation for men. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2004; 58: 1525–1531<br />Dezenberg,C. V., Nagy T. R., Gower B. A., Johnson R. and Goran M. I. Predicting body composition from anthropometry in pre-adolescent children. International Journal of Obesity.1999; 23: 253-259<br />Lohman, T. G., Applicability of body composition techniques and constants for children and youths. Exercise of Sport Sciences.1986; 14: 325-357<br />Tyrrellet, V. J., Richards G., Horman P., Gillies G. F., Robinson E. and Cutfield W. S. Food-to-food bioelectrical impedance analysis: a valuable tool for the measurement of body composition in children. International Journal of Obesity.2001; 25: 273-278<br />Kelly, T. L., Wilson, K. E. and Heymsfield, S. B. Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometrz Body Composition Reference Values From NHANES. PLoS ONE. 2009.4 (9)<br />
  15. 15. GRACIAS,<br />DANKE,<br />DZIĘKUJĘ,<br />THANK YOU <br />… for your attention<br />

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