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“…We previously described the integrated model of the multidisciplinary MRP in detail [19,20]. Briefly, the MRP commenced study enrollment of patients from 2007 to 2011 who fulfilled two criteria: (1) BMI > 35 kg/m 2 ; (2) and a diagnosis of T2DM.…”
Section: Metabolic Rehabilitation Programmentioning
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“…We previously described the integrated model of the multidisciplinary MRP in detail [19,20]. Briefly, the MRP commenced study enrollment of patients from 2007 to 2011 who fulfilled two criteria: (1) BMI > 35 kg/m 2 ; (2) and a diagnosis of T2DM.…”
Section: Metabolic Rehabilitation Programmentioning
“…Patient characteristics were summarised by our group previously [20] (reproduced with permission, Table 1). There was an approximate equal distribution of male (45%) and female (55%) study participants with an average age of 59.1 + 9.4 years (range 33-72 years).…”
Section: Patient Characteristicsmentioning
“…The MRP is a comprehensive and intensive lifestyle treatment programme for managing patients with complex and severe obesity using an integrated physician‐led MDT care model, which is consistent with the model of care recommended in our recently published expert consensus . There were two MRP clinics available to patients who had either diabetes or fatty liver disease.…”
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“…Although patients could have engaged in the MRP for up to 24 months or more, a minimum treatment period of 12 months was recommended. This was based on evidence from our previous research work on a similar MRP clinical obesity service provided at another public hospital site suggesting that improvements in anthropometric (eg, weight loss of 6%‐8%) and metabolic outcomes maximize at approximately 12 months . Further, findings of a recent systematic review suggest that at least 12 months of lifestyle intervention is required to achieve clinically significant weight loss of 5% to 10% in patients with severe obesity …”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…Specialist obesity management services including care by multidisciplinary teams and treatment with pharmacotherapy and bariatric surgery have been shown to be effective for improving health outcomes for patients with obesity . In Australia, these services have arisen ad hoc and include services in both the public and private health sector.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning