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Published data indicate that rehabilitation in obese patients can result in a loss of body fat and weight that is correlated to improved physical and psychological condition and reduced morbidity and mortality.

the Ivestigators hypothezise that the use of a mobile telerehabilitation solution will encourage the patient to adopt behavioral modifications allowing a reduction of fat mass


Clinical Trial Description

Obesity is one of the most important public health care problems worldwide and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality and high healthcare costs. Not all obese patients have the same metabolic risk. It is pejorated in case of increase in the fat mass (FM) and especially when it predominates at the visceral abdominal level.

Clinical trials have established the efficacy of lifestyle and behavioral interventions in obesity.

The recent development of telerehabilitation is a promising approach that has only been the subject of pilot studies Therefore, we aim to test the effects of 3 months of telerehabilitation solution on fat mass evaluated by impedance analysis.

The telerehabilitation program Telemouv includes physical activity sessions with low intensity endurance training targeted at the level of maximal oxidation, nutritional monitoring, therapeutic education tools and motivational support

Patients with BMI > 30 kg/m² will be randomized for the intervention.

We also will analyse the effects of the solution on different anthropometric, metabolic,cardiovascular and psychological parameters, and on rest and exercise metabolism. Moreover, we will assess behavioural changes in physical activity and nutrition

At the end of the study, patients in the control group will be able to benefit from the telemouv solution in an ancillary study with a follow-up of three months.

For a alpha threshold of 5% and a study power of 90%, the study should include 22 patients in each group. Taking in account a possible 10% of dropout the study will need to include 25 patients by randomized arm to demonstrate an effect. ;


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NCT number NCT03396666
Study type Interventional
Source University Hospital, Montpellier
Contact François BUGHIN
Phone +33467338284
Email f-bughin@chu-montpellier.fr
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date January 17, 2018
Completion date July 30, 2018

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