Publications

Sports medicine

Maturity related differences in body composition assessed by classic and specific bioimpedance vector analysis among male elite youth soccer players.

Date:

2020

Authors:

Toselli S., Marini E., Maietta Latessa P., Benedetti L., Campa F.

Journal:

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

Topic:

The study gives new references for BIVA analysis on football elite players from men’s youth sector. Classic BIVA analysis highlights an increase in TBW with the progressive somatic development, whilst FM% remains at similar levels. Athletes with early physical development are characterized by shorter vectors and a higher phase angle in respect of peers that develop later.

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Bioelectrical impedance vector analysis (BIVA) and body mass changes in an ultra-endurance triathlon event.

Date:

2018

Authors:

Castizo-Olier J., Carrasco-Marginet M., Roy A., Chaverri D., Iglesias X., Pérez-Chirinos C., Irurtia A.

Journal:

Journal of Sports Science & Medicine

Topic:

Triathletes show specific bioimpedance patterns. BIVA analysis enables tracking of fluid loss and muscle fatigue induced by the competitive event and shows a correlation with several performance parameters.

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Somatotype and Bioimpedance Vector Analysis: A New Target Zone for Male Athletes.

Date:

2020

Authors:

Campa F., Silva A. M., Talluri J., Matias C. N., Badicu G., Toselli, S.

Journal:

Sustainability

Topic:

BIVA analysis combined with the study of the athlete’s anthropometry defines a new target zone within the Biavector™ for distinguishing between athletes involved in team sports belonging to the same categories but with different performance levels.

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Active tags: ANTHROPOMETRY - BIVA - SOMATOTYPE

Phase Angle and bioelectric impedance Vectorial analysis in Critical Care: the PhACC study

Tipology:

Multicentric trial

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Main researchers:

Prof. Danilo RadrizzaniDirector of Intensive Care Unit, Legnano Hospital Prof. Riccardo CaccialanzaDirector of Multispecialty Dept. of Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition – Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico S. Matteo Hospital – Pavia

Date:

2020

Authors:

Marini, E., Campa, F., Buffa, R., Stagi, S., Matias, C. N., Toselli, S. Silva, A. M. 

Journal:

Clinical Nutrition

Topic:

In athletic population, specific BIVA approach seems to be more accurate to evaluate variations in FM%, whilst classic BIVA enables to evaluate TBW with more precision. Both approaches enable to evaluate changes in ECW/ICW through phase angle.

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Active tags: INTENSIVE CARE - SPORT MEDICINE



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