Thank you for consulting our scientific reference section. Below is just a small sample of the supportive studies regarding your particular area of interest. Studies may be directly or indirectly related to this area of health care. We pride ourselves upon "thinking outside of the box" such that we base much of our wellness approaches upon a scientific evidence base.  It is important for you to realize that the references below are not provided to necessarily support the particular approach described within this section of our website.  If you would like further evidence or support or simply have questions please feel free to email us directly at: or call us at 94-242-8844 (Ext. 1). -Shows that the Bioimpedance analysis (BIA) of extracellular/intracellular cell mass is a significant indirect predictor of mortality in peritoneal dialysis patients. - This study shows that Bioimpedance analysis (BIA) indexes reflect the nutritional status in peritoneal dialysis patients. - Low relative skeletal muscle mass (sarcopenia) in older persons is associated with functional impairment and physical disability. Bioimpedance analysis measurements estimated the amount of skeletal muscle mass and helped in the observation and determination of increased morbidity and mortality in older patients. - Bioimpedance analysis in conjunction with blood work and physical performance measurements helps in the determination of functional health in hemodialysis patients. - BIA is a good assessment of nutritional status in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). - Supplemental creatinine improved bioimpedane parameters that may be predictors of nutritional status in colorectal cancer patients. -Bioimpedance analysis may be used along side other measurements as an assessment of nutritional status in children with Chronic Kidney Disease. - The use of bioimpedance in the detection/screening of tongue cancer. -Bioimpedance analysis is a useful procedure for the study of nutritional status, water distribution and its measurement of fat-free mass in children. - This study showed the use of bioimpedance analysis to evaluate lymphedema. - BIA is a useful clinical method for measuring change in body composition.