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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25623374/the-web-surfing-bariatic-patient-the-role-of-the-internet-in-the-decision-making-process
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MULTICENTER STUDY
Luca Paolino, Laurent Genser, Sylvie Fritsch, Nicola De' Angelis, Daniel Azoulay, Andrea Lazzati
BACKGROUND: Health-related information on the Internet is constantly increasing, but its quality and accountability are difficult to assess. Patients browse the Net to get more information, but the impact of the Internet on their decisions about surgical techniques, referral centers, or surgeon choice are still not clear. This study aimed to describe the role of the Internet in the decision-making process of obese patients seeking bariatric surgery. METHODS: Two hundred and twelve candidates for bariatric surgery were asked to answer a questionnaire evaluating their access to the Internet, the usefulness and trustworthiness of Internet-retrieved information, the verification of the information, and the role of the information in the decision-making process...
April 2015: Obesity Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24640757/-metabolic-surgery-in-treatment-of-diabetes-mellitus-of-type-ii
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V M Sedov, M B Fishman
Nowadays, according to data of WHO, the diabetes mellitus was diagnosed in more than 280 million people. The diabetes mellitus type II had 90% patients. The applied methods of conservative therapy seldom lead to euglycemia condition of patients. Last years the treatment of diabetes mellitus was carried out by the method of different bariatic interventions. Good results was obtained, they should be analyzed and investigate. The results of treatment of 142 patients from 628 patients (with type II) were estimated...
2013: Vestnik Khirurgii Imeni I. I. Grekova
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23702908/diagnosis-of-diabetes-remission-after-bariatic-surgery-may-be-jeopardized-by-remission-criteria-and-previous-hypoglycemic-treatment
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COMPARATIVE STUDY
Ana Ramos-Levi, Andres Sanchez-Pernaute, Pilar Matia, Lucio Cabrerizo, Ana Barabash, Carmen Hernandez, Alfonso Calle-Pascual, Antonio Torres, Miguel Rubio
BACKGROUND: Controversy exists regarding type 2 diabetes (T2D) remission rates after bariatric surgery (BS) due to heterogeneity in its definition and patients' baseline features. We evaluate T2D remission using recent criteria, according to preoperative characteristics and insulin therapy (IT). METHODS: We performed a retrospective study from a cohort of 657 BS from a single center (2006-2011), of which 141 (57.4 % women) had T2D. We evaluated anthropometric and glucose metabolism parameters before surgery and at 1-year follow-up...
October 2013: Obesity Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21866377/laparoscopic-sleeve-gastrectomy-feasible-for-bariatric-revision-surgery
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REVIEW
Cornelis Adrianus Sebastianus Berende, Jean-Paul de Zoete, Johannes Franciscus Smulders, Simon Willem Nienhuijs
Bariatric revision surgery is associated with several complications that can be attributed to decreased quality of tissue and complexity of the surgery. A laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy is a simple technique with potential advantages. Therefore, the results of this procedure were evaluated as a revisional option. Fifty-one patients underwent laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG). Indications for the LSG were insufficient weight loss (34 patients, group 1) or vomiting (17 patients, group 2) following a laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (LAGB) or vertical banded gastroplasty (VBG)...
February 2012: Obesity Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17894162/bilateral-sciatic-nerve-palsy-following-a-bariatic-operation
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Athar Yasin, Ameet G Patel
Iatrogenic nerve injuries have been rarely reported following laparoscopic abdominal surgeries. These can be serious complications with the potential for long-term disability. We present a rare case of bilateral sciatic nerve palsy following laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy on a super-super-obese male with BMI 78.04 kg/m2. The procedure was completed laparoscopically in 7 hours duration, and in spite of adequate precautions, he developed bilateral sciatic nerve palsy. Nerve conduction studies showed denervation of L5/S1 confirming the diagnosis...
July 2007: Obesity Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15329198/fatigue-weakness-and-sexual-dysfunction-after-bariatic-surgery-not-an-unusual-case-but-an-unusual-cause
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Philipp Schuetz, Ralph Peterli, Christian Ludwig, Thomas Peters
BACKGROUND: Malabsorptive bariatic surgery for morbid obesity has been very effective in producing weight loss. However, patients may experience some degree of malnutrition, which may lead to various clinical symptoms, such as fatigue and weakness. Morbid obesity is often associated with impaired reproductive function, and weight loss generally improves sexual function in both sexes. However, women with extreme weight loss may experience secondary amenorrhea. In men, zinc deficiency may lead to impaired testosterone synthesis resulting in hypogonadism and impotency...
August 2004: Obesity Surgery
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