Harvard Apparatus has introduced the ImpediVet system, designed to measure body composition and fluid status.
It uses bioimpedance spectroscopy to obtain body composition values such as intra-cellular water, extra-cellular water, total body water, fat mass and fat-free mass.
It is portable with onboard computing, touch-screen operation and lithium battery power.
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