1: BoEC HF

Body conductivity = ATP production, cell activity
The first screen is a summary screen, providing 24 measured results
Health Care Professionals should be able to utilise the above indicators, together with the patient’s clinical context and other medical test results in order to support them in their daily processes of clinical health care.
The above results have been changed in order to not resemble a specific person’s scan results
The small white numbers of 1 to 24 have been added for explanatory purposes below
The text colours indicate over, within and below the norms
Short description of each indicator:
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
16
18
20
21
22
23
24
16.2
17.2
2.8
1.23
32.8
6040
44.8
38.8
0.03
21.0
21.0
27.6
149.2
1.88
7.2
76.0
97.1
90.4
52.0
108.1
1225.6
42.4
55.0
61.4
17
19
15
14
13
2: BoED HF

Indicator of body oedema or cell size
3: EIS HF

High frequency conductivity, indicator of metabolism
4: Br EC HF

Indicator of general brain ATP production
5: Br ED HF

Indicator of brain oedema or cell size
6: ESI HF/VLF

Indicator of blood viscosity. Influenced by hematocrit, temp, flow & vessel diameter
7: HR

Heart Rate-after 3/12 moderate aerobic exercise
8: LF

Parameter of Sympathetic Activity
9: HF

Parameter of Parasympathetic activity
10: SI

Stress Index – parameter of left cardiac work
11: LH/HF

Mirrors Sympathetic /parasympathetic balance
12: K30/15

Measure of orthostatic hypotension
13: CO

Cardiac Output
Volume of blood pumped by the heart per minute
14: SVR

Resistance to flow offered by all the vasculature
15: EF

Ejection Fraction of the blood ejected by the ventricle relative to its filled volume (EDV)
16: MAP

Average arterial pressure during the aortic pulse cycle
17: BV

Blood Volume, determined by the amount of H2O & Na ingested and excreted, regulated by the kidneys
18: SpO2%

% saturated oxy-haemoglobin
19: BMI

Body Mass Index
20: FFM

Free Fat mass
21: FM

Fat mass
22: TBW

Total Body Water
23: ECW

Extracellular Water
24: ICW

Intracellular Water