BIA101 Anniversary

BIA 101 Anniversary Sport Edition - The gold standard for Sports Nutrition, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine

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BIA 101 Anniversary Sport Edition

The gold standard for Sports Nutrition, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine

To discover how, where and when the human body changes.


BIA 101 Anniversary Sport Edition is the Analyzer specifically designed for hydroelectrolytic and nutritional assessment and analytical monitoring of muscle mass.
Extremely versatile and precise, BIA 101 Anniversary Sport Edition features two measuring modules:

“Total body” measurement: as in the BIA 101 New Edition model, it provides a complete body composition analysis, with more than 50 qualitative and quantitative indexes developed and validated for assessment of nutritional and hydroelectrolytic status.

Segmental or Bodyscan measurement: capable of identifying where changes in muscles take place. The Bodyscan technology can map the muscle mass distribution of nine parts of the body:

  • Right upper limb
  • Left upper limb
  • Right lower limb
  • Left lower limb
  • Right half of body
  • Left half of body
  • Top half of body
  • Bottom half of body
  • Torso

BIA 101 Anniversary Sport Edition is the ideal sensor for

  • Nutrition Centres - Auxology Centres - Sports Nutrition, Eating Disorder Clinics
  • Endocrinology, Diabetes care
  • Sports Medicine,
  • Use for Research purposes (Protocols of pharmaceutical trials and studies)
  • Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation,
  • Pulmonology - Respiratory physiopathology
  • Fitness training
  • Competitive sports training

BIA 101 Anniversary Sport Edition is indicated for:

  • Evaluation of variations in body composition during weight loss and special dietary regimes
  • Evaluation and control of nutritional and hydration status in sportsmen and women
  • Prevention and evaluation of muscular decline and hydroelectrolytic changes in the elderly
  • Evaluation and follow-up of fitness and muscle-building programmes
  • Evaluation and follow-up of corporeal and weight-for-height development in children
  • Study of the structural and pathophysiological changes in soft tissues and fluids in small areas of the body
  • Monitoring of the development of specific parts of the body after nutritional/sports training programmes
  • Problems relating to localised muscle depletion
  • Assessment and control of body morphology for fine-tuning of training/recovery programmes
  • Research: assessment of localised fluid retention in the treatment of lymphedema, electric assessment of individual muscle areas (localised BIA)