- •Weight gain in people with physical disabilities is becoming a public health issue.
- •Analysis of resting energy expenditure is interesting for this population.
- •Used equations overestimated the resting energy expenditure for people with physical disabilities.
- •Indirect calorimetry is a useful tool.
Main Outcomes Measures
List of abbreviations:BMI (body mass index), KAFO (knee-ankle-foot orthosis), MRC (Medical Reearch Council), REE (resting energy expenditure), WHO (World Health Organization)
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