Basaalmetabolisme (gereviseerde Harris & Bennedict formule) in kilojoule per dag
Geschat basaalmetabolisme in KJ/dag gebaseerd op de gereviseerde Harris & Bennedict formule.
Research authors: Roza AM & Shizgal HM
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864
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1.2
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2017-08-12
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  • Metabolic Rate, Basal
  • Basal Metabolic Rate
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    The Harris & Benedict monograph reported for each subject the age, height, weight, body surface area, pulse rate, carbon dioxide production and oxygen consumption per minute, and heat production per 24 h, expressed as calories. In the original monograph, the published data were obtained in 239 subjects, 136 men and 103 women. Two further series were published subsequently by Benedict in 1928 and 1935 with similar data on additional subjects. This resulted in a total series of 337 subjects, 168 men and 169 women.

    In the present study by Roza & Shizgal, the Harris & Benedict data were used to correlate resting energy expenditure (REE) in kcal/day, as the dependent variable, with age, height, and weight athe independent variables by means of multiple linear regression. Separate equations were derived for both men and women.

    Source: 
    Roza AM, Shizgal HM. The Harris Benedict equation reevaluated: resting energy requirements and the body cell mass. Am J Clin Nutr. 1998;40:168-82.

     

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    Total population size: 239
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    Basaalmetabolisme (gereviseerde Harris & Bennedict formule) in kilojoule per dag
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    Geschat basaalmetabolisme (gereviseerde Harris & Bennedict formule):
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    Geschat basaalmetabolisme in KJ/dag gebaseerd op de gereviseerde Harris & Bennedict formule.

    Hoe dit model kan worden gebruikt:
    Om onder- of overvoeding te voorkomen, dient de calorische intake te worden afgestemd op de energiebehoefte van de individuele patiënt. Het gebruik van formules om de individuele energiebehoefte te schatten heeft daarmee de voorkeur boven het aanhouden van een vaste calorische intake (bijvoorbeeld 30 kcol/kg) per patiënt. 

    Modelprestaties:
    In een retrospectieve validatie studie verricht tussen juli 2002 en april 2005 door Weijs et al., werden 18 verschillende formules voor het berekenen van het basaalmetabolisme geëvalueerd. In totaal werden 48 polikliinische en 45 klinische patiënten geïncludeerd voor wie indirecte calorimetrische data beschikbaar was. Daarnaast werd een subgroep van 42 patiënten met ondergewicht BMI < 18.5 kg/m2) geanalyseerd. Van alle geëvalueerde formules, gaf de FAO/UNU/WHO vergelijking de beste schatting met een afwijking van 182, 277 en 219 kcal/dag voor respectievelijk poliklinische, klinische patiënten en patiënten met ondergewicht. De gereviseerde Harris & Bennedict formule bleek een goed alternatief. De Mifflin formules presteerde met name goed bij patiënten met ondergewicht. 

    Bronnen:

    1. Weijs PJ, Kruizenga HM, van Dijk AE, et al. Validation of predictive equations for resting energy expenditure in adult outpatients and inpatients. Clin Nutr. 2008;27(1):150-7.
    2. FAO/WHO/UNU. Energy and protein requirements. WHO technical report series. Geneva; 1985.
    3. Roza AM, Shizgal HM. The Harris Benedict equation reevaluated: resting energy requirements and the body cell mass. Am J Clin Nutr. 1998;40:168-82.
    4. Mifflin MD, St Jeor ST, Hill LA et al. A new predictive equation for resting energy expenditure in healthy individuals. Am J Clin Nutr. 1990;51:241-7.

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