Open Access Research Article Article ID: ACG-2-110

    Reciprocal Relationship between Compliance with Post-Op Follow-Up and Weight Loss after Bariatric Surgery

    Salman Bodla, Richard Bodington, Jennifer Abraham, Hannah Adams and Shameen Jaunoo*

    Obesity is a large and growing health problem in the UK with high associated costs to the NHS. Bariatric surgery is proven as an effective treatment for obesity associated with long term weight loss and a reduction in obesity related comorbidities [1]. The NICE guidance highlights the importance of follow-up post-surgery [2]. The guidelines state that in order to be eligible for surgery the patient must commit to long term follow-up and that in order for a centre to offer bariatric surgery it must ensure that it can  provide regular MDT post-op assessment and support for at least two years [2].


    Published on: Feb 25, 2016 Pages: 4-6

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000010
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