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MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUNG PEOPLE’S BODY WEIGHT IN RELATION TO GENDER

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2017

M. Peshkov; E. Sharaikina; E. Kapustina; T. Potupchik, Candidate of Medical Sciences Prof. V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University

Anthropometric measurements were made in 580 first-year students; those who had abnormal weight gain or loss underwent bioimpedancometry. 14.48% of the students had abnormalities, such as underweight, overweight, or obesity. Underweight female students were found 6 times more often than underweight male students. Analysis of bioimpendancometric data indicated that the underweight students had the lowest values of active cell mass, total fluid, and basal metabolic rate.

Keywords: 
body mass index
bioimpendancometry
underweight
overweight
obesity



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