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Enter your email address and we'll send you a link to reset your password. Note: BMI, waist circumference, or both may be used as the obesity parameter. The study's authors recommend using waist circumference only, as it has the greatest discriminatory power.
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Creating an account is free, easy, and takes about 60 seconds. Log In Create Account. The principal investigators of the study request that you use the official version of the modified score here.
Log in to create a list of your favorite calculators! Log in. When to Use. Why Use. Targeted for use in primary care screening. Developed specifically for the Australian population but has allowance for ethnicity and country of birth, so it may have validity in other countries with similar demographics.
Has been validated in a separate study examining an external cohort of Dutch patients. Includes only non-invasive variables. Provides objective score to help support recommendations of lifestyle modification to patients by primary care physicians. In identified high-risk patients, enables further investigation and appropriate management of risk and lifestyle factors to prevent the development of diabetes.
Age years. Southern European. Pacific Islander. Parental history of diabetes. History of high blood glucose. Ask patient if they have ever been told their blood glucose is high, including during pregnancy for women. Use of antihypertensive medications. Current smoker. Physical inactivity. Obesity parameter. Waist circumference. Result: Please fill out required fields. Next Steps. Creator Insights. Critical Actions Monitor for symptomatic diabetes e.
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Risk assessment tool for type 2 diabetes (AUSDRISK)
Your waist measurement taken below the ribs usually at the level of the navel, and while standing cm. Please enter your waist measurement between 2 and 3 characters. Your score is. This puts you in a category. Approximately one person in every will develop diabetes.
The Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk Assessment Tool (AUSDRISK)
Participants were volunteer residents of the Illawarra region recruited in — HbA1c measures were considered for comparison. The relative risk for T2DM among women who gain 5. The rapid increase in obesity prevalence indicates an epidemic and reversing the scale would reduce the prevalence of T2DM. The impact on healthcare expenditure is substantial. Early intervention is key to the prevention of chronic disease. It has been well documented that multi-disciplinary lifestyle interventions integrating nutrition, exercise and psychological support produces the most significant and sustained results for weight loss NHMRC,