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The relationship between nocturnal polyuria and the distribution of body fluid: assessment by bioelectric impedance analysis

Kazumasa Torimoto et al.
Used Parameters : TBW

Publication Year : 2009

Country : Japan

Journal : Journal of Urology

Purpose Increased nocturnal urinary volume is closely associated with nocturia. We investigated the relationship between nocturnal polyuria and the variation of body fluid distribution during the daytime using bioelectric impedance analysis. Materials and Methods A total of 34 men older than 60 years were enrolled in this study. A frequency volume chart was recorded. Nocturnal polyuria was defined as a nocturnal urine volume per 24-hour production of greater than 0.35 (the nocturnal polyuria index). Bioelectric impedance …
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