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Specialized Disease Management
Body Water Analyzer
The InBody S10 body water analyzer is specifically designed to analyze body water in patients who are immobile or who are amputees with the use of attachable electrodes.
By examining the Body Water Composition graph, you can identify the exact amount of excess fluid to remove, assess cellular health, and improve your patients' quality of life.
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The InBody Test
Only impedance is used to determine your body composition results; no statistical data or empirical equations are used or required to predict your body composition.
Measure fat, muscle, and water levels in less than 90 seconds. No dunking. No pinching. No discomfort. Simply attach the electrodes to the user to test.
For bed-ridden/immobile patients
The Touch Type electrodes are used to test bed-ridden patients and gently clip the patient’s fingers and ankles.
For amputee patients
Test patients with paralyzed or amputated limbs with the Adhesive Type electrodes.
Explore the Results Sheets
Each InBody Test will print out a full-page results sheet detailing the muscle, fat, and water values of the user. Download the Results Sheet guide here.
Body Water Composition graphidentify the exact amount of excess fluid to remove from a patient going through treatments such as dialysis– avoiding guesswork and patient discomfort that can be caused from unintentional hypohydration or hyperhydration.
Segmental ECW/TBW RatiosA key feature of the InBody S10 is its ability to accurately report Segmental ECW/TBW ratios. Excess body fluid can be accurately pinpointed before dialysis, and the drops in the ECW/TBW ratios in the five cylindrical body regions can be observed after dialysis is completed. Caregivers can learn valuable information about how a patient is responding to dialysis and better prepare for future treatments.
"It's just like a vital to us; it's just like blood pressure or pulse. Our staff knows: it's the InBody, it's vitals, it's taking an updated history."