An anthropometer or sliding caliper is used to measure diameters and lengths of different bones in the body. There are two types of anthropometers: small bone and large bone anthropometers. Know here How to use a small bone anthropometer and the measurements you can make with it.
A large bone anthropometer (also called large bone caliper or large sliding caliper) is a caliper used to measure the diameter of large bones. What is a Large Bone Anthropometer Used For? A large bone anthropometer is used to measure the diameters of different body bones
Measuring the height of recumbent people due to illness or disability is very necessary to provide physical and nutritional monitoring. Here you can learn about the ways of height measurement and the necessary equipment.
Take anthropometric measurements in babies make it possible to monitor their health status to prevent and / or detect diseases early. The most used measurements are weight, length (height), perimeters: brachial (arm) and cephalic (cranial).
Learn to measure mid upper arm circumference with the MUAC tape in infants from 6 - 59 months (26cm), children from 10 - 18 years (45cm) and adults and pregnant women (56cm).<br />It is based on UNICEF guidelines and marked with colors to easily identify the nutritional status of the patient
- Anthropometric Tape Measure
- Anthropometry Equipment
- Height Meters
- How to Take Anthropometric Measures
- Knee Height Caliper
- Large Bone Anthropometers
- Measurements in Babies
- MUAC Tape Measure
- Performance Tests
- Slim Guide
- Small Bone Anthropometers
- Tape Measures