Body Mass Index (BMI)
Deze calculator berekent de body mass index (BMI), ook wel bekend als de Quetelet index. 
Research authors: Gadzik J.,
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  • Body Weight
  • Body Mass Index
  • Model type
    Custom model (Calculation)

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    Body Mass Index (BMI)
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    Berekende body mass index (BMI):

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    Berekende body mass index (BMI): kg/m2

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    Result interpretation

    De body mass index (BMI) werd ontwikkeld door de Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) en is afgeleid van Quetelet's vergelijking. Het bepaalt de verhouding tussen lichaamsgewicht en lengte. 
    De BMI is bekritiseerd omdat deze een vertekende uitslag geeft bij sterk gespierde individuen in een goede/uitstekende fysieke conditie. De BMI kan eveneens resulteren in onbetrouwbare uitslagen in het geval van toepassing bij specifieke ethnische groepen of patiiënten met een afwijkende lichaams(ver)houding. 

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