Noncompliance with Behavioral Recommendations Following Bariatric Surgery

@article{Elkins2005NoncomplianceWB,
  title={Noncompliance with Behavioral Recommendations Following Bariatric Surgery},
  author={Gary R. Elkins and Paulette J. Whitfield and Joel Daniel Marcus and Richard E. Symmonds and Joaquin A. Rodriguez and Teresa Cook},
  journal={Obesity Surgery},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={546-551}
}
Background: Bariatric surgery has been increasingly utilized for treatment of severe obesity. [...] Key Method 100 consecutive patients who underwent Roux-en-Y gastric bypass were identified, and a chart review was conducted at 6 and 12 months postoperatively to gather demographic data and identify the prevalence of noncompliance identified in monthly follow-up visits. Also, patients were asked about depression, relationship/sexual concerns, and medical complications.Expand
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