All of the Mandometer Clinics have an outpatient day program that runs Monday-Friday, and offer other outpatient appointments and follow-up visits.

The Mandometer Clinic at Sophiahemmet and the Mandometer Clinic at the Karolinska University Hospital in Huddinge also have inpatient care facilities, staffed 24 hours a day.

Below you care read more about the different treatment options:

The inpatient care facility is intended for patients who are severely underweight and/or patients with serious medical or psychiatric complications. The inpatient facility is staffed by nurses 24 hours per day, has access to a doctor or psychiatrist within 2 hours at all hours of the day. Cooperative agreements exist between local hospital emergency departments and country operated psychiatric facilities. Inpatients have access to the activities provided to patients attending the day program.

The outpatient program runs from 8am-4pm and includes eating training, heat therapy, and an activity program and provides patients with support and motivation through discussions with Mandometer clinicians. The majority of patients attend from breakfast to the afternoon snack. Most of the patients receiving inpatient care eventually transition to the day program. Other patients may be admitted directly into the day program.

As patients progress, the hours that they attend the day program become less. For example, a patient my attend the clinic for up to three hours per day; eating one or two meals at the clinic and meeting with their case manager.

Other appointments

Other appointments may include motivational talks, visiting the doctor, or meeting with the dietician. We also provide phone and video consultations for patients and/or their relatives. Phone consultations may take place with one of our many clinicians, including case managers, doctors or others care staff.

We monitor our patient’s health status for five years after they go into remission. We measure eating behaviour, physical activity, physiological state, psychiatric state and quality of life at month 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 60 after remission has been achieved.

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