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Opinion Article - Journal of Child and Adolescent Health (2022) Volume 6, Issue 5

Impact of Body Mass Index for Acute heart failure

BMI can show the relative sum of body fat on an individual's outline but does not specifically calculate body fat rate. BMI tends to overestimate body fat in those with an incline body mass (e.g., competitors or bodybuilders) and thinks little of abundance body fat in those with an expanded body mass. People with stomach (visceral) corpulence are at a more noteworthy chance of securing different obsessive conditions and have a better horribleness and mortality rate. Be that as it may, BMI has no way to account for this variable. Within the calculation of BMI, tallness is squared to decrease the commitment of leg length in taller individuals, as most body mass remains inside the trunk.

Author(s): Huijun Wang*

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