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The human body consists of different compartments such as bones, fat and body water. A balance between all these compartments is essential for a person’s health, quality of life and sport performance. Especially body water (that accounts for 50-70 % of total body weight) is important with regard to physical exercise and endurance. Sawka showed that athletes and workers frequently dehydrate by 3-6 %, which decreases their cognitive and physical performance [ 1 ]. Also, during one game, soccer players have a loss of body weight of 1-2.5 kg [ 2 ] or
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JEB is needed both for presenting new applications and basic scientific developments. The application areas are widest in human medicine, e.g. in dermatology, cardiology, neurology, surgery, sport medicine, physiotherapy, psychophysiology and cognitive sciences. Objects of interest are patients, test persons, body and organs, and cell suspensions. Bioimpedance
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