“Point Of Care” for hydration and nutritional status assessment

NUTRILAB™ is the multi-function ultraportable, touch operated bioimpedance analyser for bedside assessment of nutritional and hydration status.

Developed for real time classification of patient fluid and nutritional status, NUTRILAB™ is a great help for stratifying the risk of patients receiving artificial nourishment, acute and post-acute patients, intensive care patients and critical patients in general. Through bioelectrical impedance analysis, the sensor offers an immediate overview of nutritional status and any malnutrition, intra-extracellular ratios, fluid overload or dehydration, and cellular depletion or vitality.

NUTRILAB™ can be used on patients fitted with cardiac active stimulation and pacemaker devices.

NUTRILAB™ can also be used directly at the patient’s bedside to manage:

  • the main nutritional screening questionnaires (MNA®, Must®, NRS 2002);
  • the waist/hip ratio for cardiovascular risk assessment;
  • calculation of the nutritional scores and indexes BCMI, FMI and FFMI

Technical specifications

  • Device classification
    Class IIa Medical Device - 93/42/EEC
  • Measurement method
    Total body BIA
  • Data on screen
    · Nutritional Scores and Indexes;
    · Nutritional screening questionnaires (MNA®, Must®, NRS®);
    · Body composition estimates
  • Battery charge duration
    4 hours of continuous use, real-time display of battery charge and recharge status
  • Dimensions
    Length x width x height 22.8 x 20.2 x 8 cm
    Weight 1.0 kg
  • Measuring current
    400 μA
  • Frequency
    Sinusoidal signal frequency 50 kHz ±1%
  • Resolution and accuracy
    RESISTANCE (Rz): Resolution 0.1 Ohm - Accuracy 1% REACTANCE (Xc): Resolution 0.1 Ohm - Accuracy 1%
  • Data transmission to the PC
  • Software
    BODYGRAM PLUS™ (offline version
  • Database
    Gestione archivio pazienti da dispositivo
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