A 2004 study published by the Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science compared the accuracy of three BIA devices (Tanita BC-118 [SF-BIA4], Tanita TBF-101 [SF-BIA8], InBody 3.0 [MF-BIA8]) against DXA and hydrostatic weighing. The study concluded that the (referred to as MF-BIA8) and showed the compared to the other BIA methods (94% correlation with DXA and 81% correlation with hydrostatic weighing).
“The single-cuff oscillometric device InBody BPBIO320 developed for self-measurement by in public spaces passed all the validation requirements of the 2010 ESH-IP and can be recommended for clinical use.” The test–reference BP difference was 0.5±4.3/−1.1±4.3mmHg (systolic/diastolic) in participants with arm circumference less than 31.4 cm (n=17) and −1.3±6.0/0.2±4.8mmHg in those with an arm circumference of at least 31.4 cm (n=16).
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