TENDENCY OF BODY COMPOSITIONCOMPONENTS BY HIGH-PRECISION BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS IN JAPANESEFEMALE PELVIC FLOOR DISEASE
H. SASAKI, R. SHIROKI;
Urology,Fujita Hlth.Univ., Dengakugakubo, Toyoake, Japan.
Introduction: Pelvic floordisease (PFD) such as stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvicorgan prolapse (POP) develops with aging and various treatmentmodalities including surgical treatment can be selected. Theweakening of the pelvic floor muscles and obesity are reported to beparticularly important risk factors as causes of PFD. Currently ourdepartment is undergoing patient education based on body compositionanalysis using high precision body composition analysis device. Inthis study, body composition analysis in female pelvic floor diseasepatients was analysed
Objective: 48 patients (POP 29, SUI10, OAB 9) were able to analyze the body composition byhigh-precision body composition analyzer InBody 430.
Methods:We measured BMI, body fat percentage, body water content, skeletalmuscle mass, body fat mass, basal metabolic rate, and compared trendsby disease.
Results: The average age of each was POP; SUI;OAB: 70.1 years old, 60.7 years old, 70.0 years old, and the age ofSUI group was younger than the others. In the comparison of threegroups, there was a tendency that body weight, body fat mass,skeletal muscle and basal metabolic rate is higher in the SUI group.The ideal body weight to be corrected was -10.9 kg for SUI patientscompared with POP (-6.7 kg) and OAB (-4.9 kg).
Conclusions:In body composition analysis of female patients with PFD, obesitytendency was high in patients with SUI group. Although SUI patientage is younger than other diseases and basal metabolism and skeletalmuscle mass should be considered due to younger age. The visualizeddata including body composion analysis should be useful guidance forthe education of PFD.