Prediabetic patients evaluated with Quantose™ IR and their relationship with anthropometric measurements through bioelectrical impedance analysis

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  • Vanessa Mota-Sanhuaa Universidad Anáhuac México, Campus Norte, Centro de Investigación en Ciencias de la Salud, Huixquilucan, Estado de México, México
  • José Alberto Rojas Jiménez Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México
  • Diana Martínez Castañeda Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México
  • Alejandro Covarrubias-Cortés Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México
  • Georgina Flores García Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México
  • Sandra López Ríos Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México
  • Adriana Reyes Camacho Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México
  • José Antonio Jácome-Mondragón Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México
  • Blanca Velázquez Hernández Centro Médico ABC, Clínicas de Salud Incluyente y Educación, Ciudad de México, México

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36105/psrua.2022v2n3.01

Palabras clave:

prediabetes, Quantose-RI, bioimpedancia eléctrica, masa grasa, índice de masa grasa, imc

Resumen

Introduction: New metabolomic biomarkers as Quantose™ IR and anthropometric measurements using bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) provide relevant information on patients with insulin resistance and prediabetes. QuantoseTM IR is a novel metabolomic test to assess insulin resistance for screening and monitoring. Establishing a correlation between these variables is useful in clinical practice and, to our knowledge, there are no published studies that explore the relationship between Quantose™ IR and anthropometric measurements using BIA in patients with prediabetes. Objective: To evaluate the correlation between Quantose™ IR and BIA anthropometric variables (fat mass, FM; fat mass index, FMI; and body mass index, BMI) in Mexican patients with prediabetes, overweight, and obesity. Materials and Methods: This is an observational, transversal analytic study in 135 patients of both genders between 20 and 65 years of age, BMI 25.0–34.9, with diagnosis of prediabetes. The Quantose™ IR test was performed as well as anthropometric measurements (FM, FMI, and BMI) using BIA taken with Inbody 230TM. Pearson’s correlations and independent sample t-tests were estimated with a significance level of p < 0.05. Results: 135 patients were studied; 77% were female, aged 46 years in average. The prevalence of insulin resistance by Quantose™ IR was 71.1%. A positive correlation was confirmed between Quantose™ IR and FM, FMI, and BMI (p < 0.05). Patients with altered Quantose™ IR had higher FM, FMI, and BMI (p < 0.05). Conclusion: The data here presented confirm the existence of a positive and statistically significant correlation between Quantose™ IR and anthropometric measurements using BIA. This information may be useful for diagnosis and treatment in prediabetic, overweight, and obese patients.

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2022-05-03

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Mota-Sanhuaa, V., Rojas Jiménez, J. A. ., Martínez Castañeda, D. ., Covarrubias-Cortés A. ., Flores García, G. ., López Ríos, S., Reyes Camacho, A., Jácome-Mondragón J. A. ., & Velázquez Hernández, B. . (2022). Prediabetic patients evaluated with Quantose™ IR and their relationship with anthropometric measurements through bioelectrical impedance analysis. Proceedings of Scientific Research Universidad Anáhuac. Multidisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, 2(3), 5–10. https://doi.org/10.36105/psrua.2022v2n3.01

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