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The diagnostic value of phase angle, an integrative bioelectrical marker, for identifying individuals with dysmobility syndrome

Jung et al.
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Used Parameters : Phase angle

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Korea

Journal : Osteoporosis International

Low phase angle, a non-invasive bioimpedance marker, is associated with elevated odds of dysmobility syndrome and its components. Phase angle (estimated cutoffs:< 4.8° in men;< 4.5° in women) can be used to detect dysmobility syndrome in community-dwelling older adults as a simple, integrative screening tool. Introduction Dysmobility syndrome uses a score-based approach to predict fracture risk that incorporates the concepts of osteoporosis, sarcopenia, and obesity. Low phase angle (PhA), a simple, non-invasive bioelectrical …
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