12 May 2011
New validation of Quark RMR for indirect calorimetry measurements with canopy hood.
A validation study of Quark RMR by CRNHR was published on the 6th issue of the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism.
The objectives of the study by the Centre de Recherche en Nutrition Humaine Rhône-Alpes were to validate accuracy and reliability of COSMED QUARK RMR indirect calorimeter versus the DELTATRAC II™, a well-established reference system, which is no longer available, in resting and post-prandial conditions.
The conclusion of the study shows that Quark RMR is "a valid system to measure energy expenditure in resting and post-prandial conditions in obese and healthy subjects".
Full article details:
- Title: "A new indirect calorimeter is accurate and reliable for measuring basal energy expenditure, thermic effect of food and substrate oxidation in obese and healthy subjects"
- Author: Martine Laville et al. Centre de Recherche en Nutrition Humaine Rhône-Alpes (France)
- Journal: e-SPEN European Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism 6(2011) e7-e15
The article can be purchased at the following link: click here
- Tags: indirect calorimetry, quark rmr