|Statement||[Richard G. Snyder ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Snyder, Richard G., Society of Automotive Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||GN63 .A57, GN63 A57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
Anthropometry of U.S. Infants and Children This report presents the results of a three-year study designed to collect analyze, and reduce selected anthropometric data on infants and children representative of the current U.S. Cited by: Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anthropometry of U.S. infants and children. [Warrendale, Pa.: Society of Automotive Engineers. Anthropometry of infants, children and youths to age 18 for product safety design. Final reportCited by: A total of 87 traditional and functional body measurements were taken on a sample of infants, children and youths representing the U. S. population aged 2 weeks through 18 years.
AnthroKids - Anthropometric Data of Children. This report provides anthropometric reference data for U.S. children and adults of all ages. Anthropometric Source Book. Volume 1. All the basic areas of anthropometry and its applications to the design of clothing, equipment, and workspaces for manned space flight are presented. Section C: Evaluation of Anthropometric Measurements 1 The Preterm and Low Birth Weight Infant 17 Classifications 17 2 Infants and Children 17 Weight and Length and HC gain in healthy infants and children 17 Weight gain during nutrition recovery 18 3 Wt-for-Age; Ht-for-Age and Wt-for Ht, Wt-Age and Ht-Age 18 EWA, EHA, EWH 18File Size: 1MB. Anthropometric measurements are a series of quantitative measurements of the muscle, bone, and adipose tissue used to assess the composition of the body. The core elements of anthropometry are height, weight, body mass index (BMI), body circumferences (waist, hip, and limbs), and skinfold thickness. These measurements are important because they represent diagnostic criteria . the assessment of nutritional status requires a series of stature, weight, and other anthropometric dimensions. Anthropometry is the study of the measurement of the human body in terms of the dimensions of bone, muscle, and adipose (fat) tissue. Measures of subcutaneous adipose tissue are important because.
For other age groups, such as infants and children, the report re-evaluates currently used reference data in the light of new knowledge and recommends important changes. Throughout, an effort is made to relate specific anthropometric indicators to the actions . A total of 87 traditional and functional body measurements were taken on a sample of 4, infants, children, and youths representing the U.S. population aged two weeks through 18 years. Measurements were taken throughout the United States by two teams of anthropometrists using an automated anthropometric data acquisition system. Standard anthropometers, calipers, and tape devices were Cited by: In the same special issue as Bluebond-Langner and Korbin and LeVine , this looks at the specific issue of children’s voices in anthropology, how children can best be used as informants, and the problems of interpretation faced by adults when working with children. A clearly written overview. Anthropometry is a key component of nutrition status assessment in children and adults (Simko). The NHANES anthropometry data have been used to track growth and weight trends in the U.S.