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[KIMES 2018 Video] InBody, introduced Body Composition Analyzer ‘InBody770’ and InBody Band

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InBody participated in ‘34th Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show (KIMES 2018)’ at COEX from March 15 to 18 and showcased a Body Composition Analyzer ‘InBody770’ and InBody Band.

‘InBody770’ is an InBody for professional, which the measurement results can be checked through body water results provided with body water results. Simultaneous Multi-frequency Impedance Measurement (SMFIM) allows multiple frequencies to flow simultaneously to the body to obtain impedance values corresponding to each frequency and to effectively measure the patient’s nutritional and water status through a set of accurate and useful items.

(Photo: Participants that are experiencing ‘InBody770’)

As a wearable device, it can easily be used to check body parts, conduct 12 exercises, measure heart rate, and analyze sleep when wearing it anywhere. It can also check muscle mass and body fat rates in real time and manage body-related test data using in-vadia applications.

(Photo: InBody Band)

On the other hand, KIMES is Korea’s largest medical equipment and hospital facility exhibition which has grown steadily with the development of the Korean medical industry since its opening in 1980. The nation`s medical industry is now transformed into a technology-intensive high-tech industry, with medical information systems, ultrasound detectors and imaging medical devices, robotic medicine, AI and rehabilitation drugs. As KIMES contributes to the advancement of the Korean medical industry, it has become a world-class medical exhibition. At this exhibition, the participants will showcase new technologies and products from the medical industry, including high-tech hospital facilities, IT-enabled medical information systems, and the automotive industry for rapid patient transportation.

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