Long-term outcomes of bariatric surgery: a National Institutes of Health symposium.

@article{Courcoulas2014LongtermOO,
  title={Long-term outcomes of bariatric surgery: a National Institutes of Health symposium.},
  author={Anita P Courcoulas and S Z Yanovski and Denise E. Bonds and Thomas L. Eggerman and Mary N Horlick and Myrlene A Staten and David Arterburn},
  journal={JAMA surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={149 12},
  pages={
          1323-9
        }
}
IMPORTANCE The clinical evidence base demonstrating bariatric surgery's health benefits is much larger than it was when the National Institutes of Health last held a consensus panel in 1991. Still, it remains unclear whether ongoing studies will address critical questions about long-term complication rates and the sustainability of weight loss and comorbidity control. OBJECTIVE To summarize findings from a multidisciplinary workshop convened in May 2013 by the National Institute of Diabetes… CONTINUE READING
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