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BIA

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Industrial Administration
2. Bureau of Indian Affairs
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BIA

Bureau of Indian Affairs.
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The PBF is measured by several methods, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA), and X-ray.
The researchers measured body fat using bioelectrical impedance analysis, in which a very mild electrical signal is sent through the body.
Bioimpedance Analysis (BIA), also known as bioelectrical impedance analysis, is a method used to measure body composition, which implies the measurement of body fat in relation to lean body mass.
Phase angle from bioelectrical impedance analysis: population reference values by age, sex, and body mass index.
Percentage of body fat was determined using 2 techniques: skinfold measurements and bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA).
The objectives of this study were to (i) measure preoperative nutritional status using Subjective Global Assessment (SGA), (ii) identify disease-related risk factors for the development of malnutrition, and (iii) measure body composition preoperatively using bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA).
Associations of Body Mass Index and Percentage Body Fat by Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis with Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Japanese Male Office Workers.
A comparison of fat mass and skeletal muscle mass estimation in male ultra-endurance athletes using bioelectrical impedance analysis and different anthropometric methods.
A study from a cohort of urban men in north India shows that coronary risk factors including hypertension were significantly associated with the level of body-fat percent determined by bioelectrical impedance analysis in population with low BMI.