Last updated on July 2011

Kids Helping Kids


Brief description of study

Kids Helping Kids

Detailed Study Description

Researchers at the University of Kentucky are conducting a study in boys and girls 2-4 years of age to develop a new body composition assessment tool. There will be no blood draws (no needles), no medications given and all procedures are safe.

Benefits:

  • Body composition analyses
  • Bone density analysis
  • Help develop new methods to aid assessment for young children

Research:

  • Requires one time, one-hour Body Composition Session
  • Requires the use of two bioelectrical impedance devices and a total body DXA scan

Children will receive $10 following completion of this study.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX135395

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Jody Clasey, PhD or Elizabeth ...

University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center
Lexington, KY USA
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