Body Composition and Body Water Analyzer
medical, research, hospitals
The research grade InBody 770 body composition and body water analyzer goes beyond traditional body composition analysis and takes a deeper look into body water. The InBody 770 is an essential tool for hospitals, universities, or professional institutions to validate health programs.
Test duration: 60 seconds
Method: 8 touchpoints
Measurements: 30 impedance measurements, 6 frequencies at each of the 5 segments (right arm, left arm, trunk, right leg, left leg)
What is the InBody 770?
The InBody 770 is a body composition and body water analyzer that reports body composition as well as a detailed and complete breakdown of body water. With its 6 frequencies generating a total of 30 impedance values, no other device in the world can match the accuracy and reliability of the InBody770.
With InBody 770, health experts perform analysis to identify injuries and understand fluid distribution in each segment of the body. The InBody 770 is an essential tool for any hospital, university, or professional institution that requires a thorough analysis of both body composition and body water to validate health programs. This model offers two types of results sheets: body composition and body water.
How is an InBody test performed?
Safe, low-level currents are sent through the body through the hand and foot electrodes. The impedance the currents encounter is measured, and from there, your body composition is derived. With InBody’s patented technology, BIA has never been more highly correlated with gold standard methods until now.
How long is the test with InBody 770?
The InBody 770 test will take 60 seconds and the results will print automatically after testing.
How does the voice guidance system work?
Simply follow the steps on the unit’s screen and listen for the testing procedures, it’s that easy!
What is Segmental Body Water Analysis?
The InBody 770 results sheet helps understand Body Water Composition and Segmental Body Water Analysis to monitor trends and detect unusual shifts in fluid distribution that can result from injury, aging, obesity, and other health factors. To learn more, visit the InBody 770 Result Sheet Interpretation page.
What is Segmental Lean Mass Analysis?
Segmental lean mass analysis identifies how many pounds of lean mass and fat are in each body segment. This can be utilized to determine how specific diets and exercises are affecting body composition. To learn more, visit the InBody 770 Result Sheet Interpretation page.
What are Research Outputs with InBody 770?
Use Whole Body Phase Angle and Segmental Phase Angle to determine the integrity of a user’s cells. This output is mainly used for rehabilitation and disease management in the medical field.
Can I Track Injury Identification with InBody 770?
You can identify and track inflammation, swelling, and even injuries with ECW/TBW Analysis while monitoring how this ratio changes over time under the Body Composition History chart.
The InBody 770 Body Composition results sheet will reveal the Extracellular Water to Total Body Water ratios in each of the segments, along with segmental lean mass analysis. The InBody 770 Body Water results sheet will show the Intracellular Water, Extracellular Water, and Extracellular Water to Total Body Water ratios in each of the arms and legs and the trunk in further detail.
Where do I store the test results data?
You can purchase LookinBody Data Management cloud software. The built-in management system allows you to maintain and manage clients individually, giving you more insight on how you can keep your clients on track towards their goals. With our cloud software, you can consolidate and manage member results, create faster profiles, email results sheets and expedite the testing process. Contact us for details.
What’s different about the InBody 770 and other InBody analyzers?
The InBody 770 provides the most extensive analysis of the body out of the InBody line. It provides two result sheets: body composition and body water.
To compare our professional line of body composition analyzers, see the comparison chart.
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