Tag: bariatric surgery

Guillain-Barré-like Syndrome after Bariatric Surgery

Guillain-Barré-like Syndrome after Bariatric Surgery

| July 1, 2015

by Natalia Bodunova, MD; Daniil Degterev, MD, PhD; Natalia Suponeva, MD, PhD; Evgeniy Zorin, MD, PhD Dr. Natalia Bodunova is a Scientific Associate at the Moscow Clinical Scientific Center in Moscow, Russia. Dr. Daniil Degterev is from the Department of Neurology, Moscow Clinical Scientific Center. Dr. Natalia Suponeva is Head of Neurology Unit for the […]

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Over Two Decades of Progress: The Need for Updated Guidelines Governing Usage of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery

Over Two Decades of Progress: The Need for Updated Guidelines Governing Usage of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery

| July 1, 2015

3rd World Congress on Interventional Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes and the 2nd Diabetes Surgery Summit An Interview with David E. Cummings, MD, Professor of Medicine, Senior Investigator, Diabetes and Obesity Center of Excellence, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Bariatric Times. 2015;12(7):19–21.   On September 28, 2015, London will host two seminal events: The 3rd […]

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The History of Bariatric Surgery: Innovations in Weight Loss Surgery

The History of Bariatric Surgery: Innovations in Weight Loss Surgery

| June 1, 2015

by George L. Blackburn, MD, PhD, MS, FACS Bariatric Times. 2015;12(6):12–15. This column is dedicated to to telling the stories of leaders who have helped shaped the field of bariatric surgery through their discoveries, teaching, and stewardship. Column Editor: George L. Blackburn, MD, PhD, FACS S. Daniel Abraham Professor of Nutrition; Associate Director, Division of […]

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Early Technical and Perioperative Complications of Bariatric Surgery

Early Technical and Perioperative Complications of Bariatric Surgery

| May 1, 2015

by Tammy L. Kindel, MD, PhD and Corrigan L. McBride, MD Drs. Kindel and McBride are from the Department of Surgery, Advanced Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgery, University of Nebraska Medical Center,Omaha, Nebraska. ABSTRACT In this review, the authors discuss the presentation and suggested management of technical, perioperative complications of bariatric surgery. This discussion does not […]

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The History of Bariatric Surgery: What I Learned About Stomach Surgery

The History of Bariatric Surgery: What I Learned About Stomach Surgery

| May 1, 2015

by Edward E. Mason MD, PhD Bariatric Times. 2015;12(5):14–15. This column is dedicated to to telling the stories of leaders who have helped shaped the field of bariatric surgery through their discoveries, teaching, and stewardship. Column Editor: George L. Blackburn, MD, PhD, FACS S. Daniel Abraham Professor of Nutrition; Associate Director, Division of Nutrition Harvard […]

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Obesity’s Effects on Respiratory Mechanics in the Perioperative Period

Obesity’s Effects on Respiratory Mechanics in the Perioperative Period

| May 1, 2015

This column is written by medical students and is dedicated to reviewing the science behind obesity and bariatric surgery. Column Editor: Daniel B. Jones, MD, MS, FACS Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Vice Chair, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts This month: Obesity’s Effects on Respiratory Mechanics in the Perioperative Period by Geneviève […]

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Is Bariatric Surgery Cost Effective?

Is Bariatric Surgery Cost Effective?

| March 1, 2015

This column is written by medical students and is dedicated to reviewing the science behind obesity and bariatric surgery. Column Editor: Daniel B. Jones, MD, MS, FACS Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Vice Chair, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts This month: Is Bariatric Surgery Cost Effective? by Benjamin N. Rome, Medical Student, […]

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Interesting Cases Encountered During Fellowship

| March 1, 2015

This column aims to educate individuals and organizations about the importance of the work that the Foundation for Surgical Fellowships is doing to ensure the funding that leads to the innovative training for surgeons to apply the principles of advanced surgical techniques in patient care. This month: by Matthew O. Hubbard, MD, MS, and Caitlin […]

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Checklist #29: Reducing Readmission after Bariatric Surgery

Checklist #29: Reducing Readmission after Bariatric Surgery

| February 1, 2015

Column Editor Raul J. Rosenthal, MD, FACS, FASMBS Clinical Editor, Bariatric Times, Professor of Surgery and Chairman, Department of General Surgery; Director, The Bariatric and Metabolic Institute; Director, General Surgery Residency Program and Fellowship in Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Weston, Florida Column Co-editors Samuel Szomstein, MD, FACS, FASMBS Associate Director of […]

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Impact of Bariatric Surgery  on the Severity of Psoriasis

Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the Severity of Psoriasis

| February 1, 2015

This column is written by medical students and is dedicated to reviewing the science behind obesity and bariatric surgery. Column Editor: Daniel B. Jones, MD, MS, FACS Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Vice Chair, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts This month: Impact of Bariatric Surgery on the Severity of Psoriasis by Gordon […]

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