Carmil Azran

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Bariatric surgery is the most effective solution for severe obesity and obesity with comorbidities, and the number of patients going through bariatric surgery is rapidly and constantly growing. The modified gastrointestinal anatomy of the patient may lead to significant pharmacokinetic alterations in the oral absorption of drugs after the surgery; however,(More)
BACKGROUND The degree, prevalence, and risk factors linked to sleeve gastrectomy (SG) postoperative hemorrhage (POH) have not been fully defined. METHODS An analysis was conducted on a prospectively collected database of 394 consecutive primary SGs performed in a single practice from January 2014 to December 2015. END POINTS (1) acute POH, defined by(More)
The anatomic and physiologic changes in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract after bariatric surgery may significantly affect the pharmacokinetics of medications taken by the patients for various reasons. Unfortunately, there is little information regarding changes in drug absorption after bariatric surgeries, limiting the ability of medical professionals to(More)
INTRODUCTION Bariatric surgery is the most effective solution for morbid obesity, and the number of patients undergoing bariatric surgery is rapidly and constantly growing. The modified gastrointestinal (GI) anatomy of the patient may lead to significant pharmacokinetic alterations in the oral absorption of drugs after surgery. However, due to insufficient(More)
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