A NEW STANDARD FOR BODY WATER ANALYSIS
InBody BWA 2.0
The human body consists of 50~70% of body water. Healthy people maintain a balanced body water ratio between Intracellular Water and Extracellular Water at about 3:2. For the people who have poor blood circulation, injury, inflammation, and disease, body water ratio can be broken down which can lead to edema. Therefore, body water analysis is being used in various medical fields such as nephrology, cardiology, intensive care, and rehabilitation to screen and monitor the fluid balance of a patient.
What’s New in the Next Generation of InBody BWA 2.0?
Accurate 3MHz High-Frequency Measurement Technology
As a high-quality body composition device made with medical and fitness professionals in mind, the InBody 970 goes beyond standard outputs to provide the most accurate measurements for subcutaneous fat, visceral fat, waist circumference, waist-to-hip ratio, body adiposity index, conicity index, SMI, FMI, and more.
Age Specific Evaluation by InBody Big Data
InBody provides body composition evaluation by age, based on globally accumulated InBody Big Data. With this, a comprehensive analysis is provided so that you can compare your data to the data of the young age group (T-score) and the same age group (Z-score).
7 Different Result Sheets for In-Depth Analysis
Provides 7 different result sheets to fulfill all the needs of our researchers.
Evaluation, research, comparison, visceral fat, body composition (for children), and body water result sheet are available.
Clamp Electrode for High Reproducibility
Patented dual forcep structure of Clamp Electrodes
The 16-Point Clamp Electrodes were developed in a way so that the electrodes can be positioned on the wrist and ankle bone.
It allows the instructor to place the electrode in the proper position and secures the reproducibility by minimizing the measurement errors. This technology also exempted the resistance from the hands and feet, which secures a more accurate results.
With the 16-Point Clamp Electrodes, two different measurement modes areprovided which enables users to choose between Research (Distal) and Medical (Proximal),depending on their purposes.
Adhesive Electrodes and Tape (Optional)
BWA Electrode Tapes for patients with difficulty in using Clamp Electrode
Extensive Research Parameters for Professionals
Water Control Calculator
Set the Target ECW Ratio depending on the hydration status of dialysis and heart failure patients.
Up to 20 Optional Parameters
Provides up to 20 optional parameters for a customized experience.
Select from parameters, such as age-specific graph, segmental analysis, and body composition results that are available at a glance.
Explore the InBody BWA 2.0 Result Sheet
Segmental ECW/TBW reveals body water distribution in each individual body segment. This allows for monitoring of trends and detection of unusual shifts in fluid distribution that result from injury, aging, obesity and other health factors.
Track the changes in Body Water Composition History to see how a patient is responding to a program and if modifications need to be made to improve their health.
Malnutrition and Cancer Treatment
Phase angle is a good indicator of cellular integrity. The InBody S10 provides whole body phase angle and segmental phase angle analysis at 50 kHz. The higher the phase angle, the healthier cellular integrity is. Phase angle values can be used to ensure a patient is receiving the appropriate vitamin and mineral intake.
Main Unit: 52.9 lbs
( L x W x H ) : in
Main Unit: 12.7 x 11.1 x 3.2
With Cart: 19.8 x 22.2 x 49.6
100,000 results(if member ID is utilized)
1, 5, 50, 250, 500 kHz
1, 2, 3 MHz
70 seconds (Medical)
140 seconds (Research)
3 ft 1.40 in-7 ft 2.61 in
Laser/Inkjet PCL 3 or above and SPL
40 impedance measurements,
8 frequencies at each of the 5 segments (Right Arm, Left Arm, Trunk, Right Leg, Left Leg)
LookinBody 120 and LookinBody Web Compatible, Voice Guidance System, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Connectivity, Touchscreen
Result Sheets, USB Thumb Drive, InBody Tissue, Laser Printer, Poster, Carrying Case, Cart
Weight, Total Body Water, Dry Lean Mass, Lean Body Mass, Body Fat Mass, Skeletal Muscle Mass, Percent Body Fat, Segmental Lean Analysis, Body Composition History, Intracellular Water, Extracellular Water, ECW/TBW Analysis
Additional Result Sheets
Body Water, Research, Comparison, Evaluation, Thermal, Children (in development)