Bariatrics or
Weight Management

With InBody, enhance the success of weight management programs.

Why is body composition analysis an effective tool for bariatrics programs? Body composition is essential
for understandingthe patient’s physiological makeup and guiding targeted therapiesto enhance the success
of weight management programs.

In less than 60 seconds, the InBody test provides easy-to-understand, accurate and objective measurements to evaluate health risks and monitor progress. Bariatric professionals can use the InBody to:

  • Assess muscle-fat balance and visceral fat for comprehensive health risk assessments
  • Identify fluid imbalances related to inflammation or an underlying disease
  • Monitor changes to determine the efficacy of treatments and further guide health recommendations to ensure long-term success

Assessments

muscle-fat balance
fluid imbalances
visceral fat

InBody's Key Patient Assessments

Key Measurements

Muscle Fat Analysis

Monitor muscle and fat mass to assess potential complications related to things such as cachexia and sarcopenia. 

Segmental Lean Analysis

Identify fluid imbalances in each segment of the body. In rehabilitation identify and monitor areas receiving treatment.

ECW/TBW Analysis

Assess potential fluid accumulation to assist the healthcare professional between dialysis sessions.

Visceral Fat

Identify potential increased risks associated with various conditions.

Phase Angle

Cellular indicator of cell integrity.

Body Composition History

Enables a healthcare professional track and quantify fluid retention, the progress of conditions of patients' treatment.

Validation Studies

Recommended Models for

Medical Field

Medical Grade

InBody 770

Body Composition Analyzer

Best for medical
and research
Test results in 60 seconds

Advanced

InBody 570

Body Composition Analyzer

Best for medical offices
and gyms
Test results in 45 seconds

Other Areas of Medical Application

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Sports Medicine

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General Health

Hospital Nutrition

Clinical Research