ASSIC Health Calculators & Health Measurements

Note:

Res Rate stands for Respiratory Rate

BMI Calculator

Category BMI range
Severe Thinness < 16
Moderate Thinness 16-17
Mild Thinness 17-18.5
Normal 18.5 - 25
Overweight 25-30
Obese Class 1 30-35
Obese Class 2 35-40
Obese Class 3 >40

BMR Calculator

Male
Female

Exercise Energy Requirements Calculator

Physical Activity Level kcal/day
For general physical activity 30-40mins/day, 3 times a week)
Moderate exercise 2-3hrs/day, 5-6 times a week
High volume intense 3-6hrs, 1-2 sessions/day, 5-6 times a week
Elite athletes
Large athletes

Heart Rate Calculator:

Add normal Heart rates:

Resting HR values depends on age and physiologic conditions.

For adults older than 18 the range may vary from 70-100 beats/min.

Know your baseline resting HR for comparison taking into account the variation range.

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Fluid Balance Calculator

Muscle Conditioning Calculator

Sport Time in Minutes Sport Time in Minutes
Running Swimming
Cycling Badmington
Gymnastics Water Polo
Soccer Squash
Cricket Boxing
Tennis

Currently In Development

Body Temperature:

  • The body regulates the core temperature to prevent overheating. Elevated temperature is regulated by sweating through sweat glands to cool down the body.
  • Normal body temperature is 37°C

How to record body temperature:

  • Use thermometer to record temperature
  • Temperature sites for recording:
  • Oral
  • Axillar
  • Anal
  • Ear with specific thermometers

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Introduction:


  • The body requires oxygenation from the lungs
  • Oxygenation takes place in the lungs where oxygen and carbon dioxide gas transfusion takes place across small sacs called alveoli in the lungs
  • Breathing is the process of inhalation and exhalation of air where the lungs allow gaseous exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide
  • The respiratory rate (RR) of breathing in a normal person is about 20 breathes/minute
  • Measuring RR: count the number of breaths in 1 minute

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