[drug Therapy following Bariatric Surgery: Examination of Potential Impact and Clinical Recommendations].

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… CONTINUE READING