Prediction of basal metabolic rate in obese children and adolescents considering pubertal stages and anthropometric characteristics or body composition

S. Lazzer, A. Patrizi, A. De Col, A. Saezza, A. Sartorio

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Background/Objectives: To develop and crossvalidate new equations for predicting basal metabolic rate (BMR) in obese children and adolescents in relation to pubertal stages, anthropometric characteristics or body composition. Subjects/Methods: A total of 1696 obese Caucasian children and adolescents (mean body mass index z-score: 3.5±0.8) participated in this study. BMR was determined by indirect calorimetry and fat-free mass (FFM) and fat mass (FM) by bioelectrical impedance analysis. Equations were derived by stepwise multiple regression analysis using a calibration cohort of 848 subjects, and the equations were crossvalidated with a Bland and Altman method in the remaining 848 subjects. Results: Two new specific equations based on gender (1: males; 0: females), pubertal stages (from 1 to 5, assessed according Marshall & Tanner methods) and body weight (BW, kg), stature (m) or body composition (kg) were generated as follows: (1) BMR=(BW × 0.044)+(stature × 2.836)-(pubertal stage × 0.148)+(gender × 0.781)-0.551 (adjusted coefficient of determination (R 2 adj)= 0.69 and root mean squared error (RMSE)=0.954 MJ); (2) BMR=(FFM × 0.082)+(FM × 0.037)-(pubertal stage × 0.125)+(gender × 0.706)+2.528 (R 2 adj = 0.70 and RMSE=0.943 MJ). In the crossvalidation group, mean-predicted BMR was not significantly different from the mean-measured BMR (MBMR) for all children and adolescents, as well as for boys and girls (difference

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)695-699
Number of pages5
JournalEuropean Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Volume68
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Basal Metabolism
Body Composition
Fats
Indirect Calorimetry
Electric Impedance
Calibration
Body Mass Index
Body Weight
Regression Analysis

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