International Journal of Endocrinology / 2019 / Article / Tab 7

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New Predictive Equations for Resting Energy Expenditure in Normal to Overweight and Obese Population

Table 7

New predictive equations among women.

Independent variablesStepwise entry of variablesRR SquareAdjusted R squareEquation

All women (n = 215)
Age, Ht, Wt, BMI, IBW, AdjWt, WC, HC, WHR, MAC, TST, MAMAWt0.6630.4400.437REE = 972.009 + Wt × 15.278 − age × 5.369 − MAC × 11.674
Age0.6860.4700.465
MAC0.6950.4830.476
Age, PBF, FM, FMI, FFM, FFMI, TBWFFM0.6460.4170.415REE = 745.607 + FFM × 24.818 − TBW × 7.185 − age × 5.793 + FMI × 14.472
TBW0.7050.4960.492
Age0.7180.5160.509
FMI0.7330.5370.528

Normal weight women (n = 75)
Age, Ht, Wt, BMI, WC, HC, WHR, MAC, TST, MAMAHt0.4180.1750.164REE = Ht × 12.086 − 542.676
Age, PBF, FM, FMI, FFM, FFMI, TBWTBW0.3300.1090.097REE = 966.832 − TBW × 6.029 + FFM × 22.696 − age × 8.674
FFM0.4850.2360.214
Age0.5590.3120.283

Over Wt and obese women (n = 140)
Age, Ht, Wt, BMI, IBW, AdjWt, WC, HC, WHR, MAC, TST, MAMAWt0.6020.3620.358REE = 794.871 + Wt × 12.565 − age × 5.499
Age0.6280.3940.386
Age, PBF, FM, FMI, FFM, FFMI, TBWFFM0.5900.3480.343REE = 602.841 + FFM × 32.399 − TBW × 12.578
TBW0.6700.4490.441

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