Comparison Of Measured To Predicted Resting Metabolism

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Ohio University

Status

Enrolling

Conditions

Body Weight

Treatments

Diagnostic Test: MedGem
Diagnostic Test: Metabolic cart
Diagnostic Test: BIA

Study type

Observational

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT06350253
22-X-187

Details and patient eligibility

About

The purpose of this study is to compare RMR values from the BIA, predicted equations, and indirect calorimetry.

Full description

Resting metabolic rate (RMR) describes the number of calories a person utilizes while at rest. The gold standard measurement is via inspired and expired air using a metabolic cart. However, researchers have established estimation equations and the use of body composition analysis to predict RMR when a metabolic cart is unavailable. The accuracy of the predicted equations and whole-body bioelectrical impedance (BIA) machines that produce this data is unknown. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to compare RMR values from the BIA, predicted equations, and indirect calorimetry. Aim 1: to compare measured RMR from indirect calorimetry to values provided by the InBody 770 BIA machine and to established gender and age-appropriate prediction equations. Aim 2: to compare RMR measured from indirect calorimetry using a metabolic cart (Gold Standard) to the Medgem handheld indirect calorimeter (FDA approved device).

Enrollment

150 estimated patients

Sex

All

Ages

18 to 60 years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  • Men & women, aged 18-60

Exclusion criteria

  • Have any known or suspected metabolic diseases such as diabetes, thyroid disorder, or high cholesterol
  • Have any known or suspected cardiovascular or pulmonary diseases such as hypertension
  • Are currently on beta blockers, taking antihypertensives, or antidepressants
  • Current smoker or quit less than a year ago
  • Unwilling to provide finger stick and urine sample

Trial design

150 participants in 5 patient groups

18-24 years old
Description:
18-24 years old
Treatment:
Diagnostic Test: BIA
Diagnostic Test: Metabolic cart
Diagnostic Test: MedGem
24-29 years old
Treatment:
Diagnostic Test: BIA
Diagnostic Test: Metabolic cart
Diagnostic Test: MedGem
30-39 years old
Treatment:
Diagnostic Test: BIA
Diagnostic Test: Metabolic cart
Diagnostic Test: MedGem
40-49 years old
Treatment:
Diagnostic Test: BIA
Diagnostic Test: Metabolic cart
Diagnostic Test: MedGem
50-60 years old
Treatment:
Diagnostic Test: BIA
Diagnostic Test: Metabolic cart
Diagnostic Test: MedGem

Trial contacts and locations

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