Predictors of weight loss are different in men and women after sleeve gastrectomy.

  title={Predictors of weight loss are different in men and women after sleeve gastrectomy.},
  author={John Roger Andersen and Eivind Aadland and Roy Miodini Nilsen and Villy V{\aa}ge},
  journal={Obesity surgery},
  volume={24 4},
BACKGROUND Weight loss following bariatric surgery varies according to patient factors before the intervention. However, whether predictors of weight loss differ between men and women is, to our knowledge, unknown. We therefore aimed to investigate baseline predictors for overall weight loss and identify potential sex-specific baseline predictors in bariatric surgery patients. METHODS In this prospective cohort study, 160 patients (117 women and 43 men) who underwent sleeve gastrectomy were… CONTINUE READING
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