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Table 2 Metabolic monitoring risk outcomes of new episode consumers across the two CMHS

From: The effectiveness of specialist roles in mental health metabolic monitoring: a retrospective cross-sectional comparison study

Metabolic monitoring outcome variables at the CMHS with specialist roles Cardiovascular diseases risk factors
(n = 105) n(%)
  High Moderate Low Missing
Body mass index1 21 (30) 22 (31) 27 (39) 35
Fasting blood glucose2 5 (8) 12 (20) 44 (72) 44
Blood pressure3 2 (3) 4 (6) 59 (91) 40
Waist circumference4 33 (51) 16 (24.5) 16 (24.5) 40
Total cholesterol5 24 (36) - 42 (64) 39
Triglycerides6 23 (35) - 43 (65) 39
Low density lipoproteins7 37 (66) - 19 (34) 49
High density lipoproteins8 5 (9) - 52 (96) 48
Exercise status9 44 (76) - 14 (24) 47
Smoking status10 34 (32) - 71 (68) 0
Metabolic monitoring outcome variables at the CMHS with case manager only roles Cardiovascular diseases risk factors
( n = 8) n 11
  High Moderate Low Missing
Body mass index 2 2 3 1
Fasting blood glucose 0 1 4 3
Blood pressure 0 2 5 3
Waist circumference 3 1 0 4
Total cholesterol 3 - 1 4
Triglycerides 0 - 2 6
Low density lipoproteins 2 - 2 4
High density lipoproteins 1 - 2 5
Exercise status 4 - 1 3
Smoking status 7 - 0 1
  1. 1High > 30 kg.m-2, Moderate 25-30 kg.m-2, Low < 25 kg.m-2.
  2. 2High 7.0 mmol.L-1, Moderate 5.5-6.9 mmol.L-1, Low < 5.5 mmol.L-1.
  3. 3High > 180 mm.Hg-1 systolic and > 110 mm.Hg-1 diastolic, Moderate 140-180 mm.Hg-1 systolic and 90-110 mm.Hg-1, Low < 140 mm.Hg-1 systolic and < 90 mm.Hg-1.
  4. 4High female ≥ 88 cm, male ≥ 102 cm, Moderate female ≥ 80 cm, male ≥ 94 cm, Low female < 80 cm, male < 94 cm.
  5. 5High > 5.5 mmol.L-1, Low ≤ 5.5 mmol.L-1.
  6. 6High > 2.0 mmol.L-1, Low ≤ 2.0 mmol.L-1.
  7. 7High > 2.5 mmol.L-1, Low ≤ 2.5 mmol.L-1.
  8. 8High < 1.0 mmol.L-1, Low ≥ 1.0 mmol.L-1.
  9. 9High < every day, Low = every day.
  10. 10High = current smoker, Low = does not smoke.
  11. 11Percentage not reported for the case manager only roles CMHS due to low n.