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Weight & Height Balance – NMDE820001

Weight & Height Balance

  • Max weighing: 200kg
  • Min.value per division: 100g
  • Display: LED Power: AC/DC
  • Height range to be measured: 800-2100mm
  • Min value of height per division: 5mm
  • G.W.: 15kg N.W.: 13kg
  • Measurement: 100×32×26cm
Weight & Height Balance – NMDE820001, Max weighing: 200kg,Min. value per division: 100g, Display: LED Power: AC/DCHeight range to be measured: 800-2100mm, Min value of height per division: 5mm, G.W.: 15kg N.W.: 13kg, Measurement: 100×32×26cm Products from Nexgen Medical Online store.

Height Balance

Weight & Height Balance Body mass index (BMI) measures body fat. Your BMI is based on your height and weight. When you enter your height and weight into a BMI calculator, Weight & Height Balance you’ll get a number. That number is one way to tell if you have a healthy or unhealthy weight. Once you have your BMI number, use the chart below to determine if you need to gain weight, maintain your weight, or lose weight. The BMI calculator for children and teenagers is different than the one for adults. While it uses height and weight, it also uses age and gender. That’s because male and female height and weight change during growth and development. For children, BMI is expressed as a percentile as compared to other children of the same age and gender. Children need a certain amount of calories to grow and develop. But if a child takes in more calories than he or she uses, the body stores these extra calories as fat. In children who are otherwise healthy, weight gain most often happens because a child takes in more calories than he or she uses.

Things to Consider

If your BMI indicates you’re overweight or obese, you may be at risk for certain health conditions. Weight & Height Balance These include diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and certain cancers. BMI can’t be used to diagnose disease. However, it is an important marker that should motivate you to have a discussion with your doctor about how to lose weight and reduce BMI.

These tools should be guides only. Don’t rely on them to make decisions about your health or your child’s health. Always talk with your doctor about your health condition(s) and/or circumstances before making any lifestyle changes.