Body Weight Reduction and Biochemical Parameters of the Patients After RYGB and SG Bariatric Procedures in 12-Month Observation

@inproceedings{Szczuko2016BodyWR,
  title={Body Weight Reduction and Biochemical Parameters of the Patients After RYGB and SG Bariatric Procedures in 12-Month Observation},
  author={Małgorzata Szczuko and Natalia Komorniak and Monika Maria Elisabeth Hoffmann and Joanna Walczak and Agata Jaroszek and Bartosz Kowalewski and Krzysztof Kaseja and Dominika Jamioł-Milc and Ewa Stachowska},
  booktitle={Obesity Surgery},
  year={2016}
}
BackgroundThe aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of sleeve gastrectomy (SG) and Roux-en-Y-bypass (RYGB) on anthropometric and biochemical parameters, including changes in glucose levels, lipid profile and liver function. Drastic decrease in all lipid fractions a few weeks or months after the surgery could be regarded as favourable, but low level of HDL is an independent risk factor for heart diseases. Extreme load on the liver without preparation of the patient to the surgery can have… CONTINUE READING
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