DOES VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY NEGATIVELY IMPACT TYPE 2 DIABETES REMISSION AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY?
Mehran Anvari, PhD, FRCSC, FACS1, Rodrigo Lemus, MD1, Olivia Lovrics, Bsc2, Ruth Breau, BA1. 1McMaster University, 2Mcgill UniversityIntroduction: Studies have suggested that vitamin D plays a role in glucose homeostasis and vitamin D deficiency (VDD) may be associated with lower rates of resolution of T2DM after surgery. This study aims to compare nutritional variables in… Continue Reading
Hypertension Resolution After Rapid Weight Loss: A Single Institution Experience.
Cristian Milla Matute, MD, Camila Fonseca Mora, MD, David Gutierrez Blanco, Emanuele Lo Menzo, MD, PhD, FACS, Rama Ganga, MD, Samuel Szomstein, MD, FACS, Raul J Rosenthal. Cleveland Clinic FloridaINTRODUCTION: It is well known that morbid obesity is strongly associated with high blood pressure. Cardiovascular risk reduction is a well studied and described result of… Continue Reading
Is There Bias Against Bariatric Surgery for HIV Patients? A Survey of Medical Student Perceptions
Erin B Fennern, MD, MPH1, Juliana Taney, MD2, Linda Zhang, MD1. 1The Mount Sinai Hospital, 2University of ChicagoIntroduction: For many patients, HIV has transformed from a life-threatening illness into a manageable chronic disease. Reflecting trends in the general population, obesity is increasingly prevalent among HIV-positive patients. Surgical intervention has shown the greatest effectiveness in treating… Continue Reading
RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY USING THE MBSAQIP DATABASE TO ASSESS THE SAFETY OF NEXT-DAY DISCHARGE FOLLOWING BARIATRIC SURGERY
Subir Sutradhar, MD, FRCSC, Ahmad Elnahas, MD, FRCSC, MSc, Simon Laplante, MD, Azusa Maeda, PhD, Allan Okrainec, MD, FRCSC, MHPE, Timothy Jackson, MD, FRCSC, MPH. Division of General Surgery, University Health Network, University of TorontoIntroduction: The safety of next-day discharge after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) or laparoscopic roux-en-y gastric bypass (LRYGB) has been examined with… Continue Reading
Perforated Giant Marginal Ulcer While on Chemotherapy: a case report
Connal Robertsn-More, MD, Christopher de Gara, MBBS, Aliyah Kanji, MD, Daniel W Birch, MD, MSc, Shazeer Karmali, MD, MPH. University of AlbertaIntroduction: Obesity is a common problem worldwide with numerous associated comorbidities and is associated with an increased risk of developing some cancers. Despite bariatric surgery being associated with a risk reduction for cancer development,… Continue Reading
Assessing the role of intraoperative endoscopy during laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy
Kate Pawloski, MD, Michael Fastiggi, MD, Leslie James, BA, Linda Zhang, MD, Edward Chin, MD, Scott Nguyen, MD. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount SinaiIntroduction: Endoscopy is commonly performed during sleeve gastrectomies to evaluate the staple line and assure hemostasis. Many surgeons advocate for its routine use to inspect for leaks and bleeding, which carry… Continue Reading
THE ROLE OF CEFAZOLIN, METRONIDAZOLE AND ORAL CHLORHEXIDINE RINSE IN REDUCING SURGICAL SITE INFECTION FOLLOWING BARIATRIC SURGERY: A QUALITY CONTROL INITIATIVE
Daniel Skubleny, MD, Noah J Switzer, MD, MPH, Jerry T Dang, MD, Christopher de Gara, MD, FRCSC, Daniel W Birch, MD, FRCSC, Shahzeer Karmali, MD, FRCSC. University of AlbertaOBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY: Surgical site infection (SSI) following bariatric surgery contributes to patient morbidity and additional use of health care resources. We investigated whether a SSI… Continue Reading
SIPS is the New Gold Standard for Complications and Diabetes Resolution for Malabsorption Procedures: Mid-Term Outcomes of RYGB vs SIPS at 3 Years.
Austin H Cottam, BS, Daniel R Cottam, MD, Samuel Cottam, Hinali Zaveri, MD, Amit Surve, MD, Walt Medlin, MD, FACS, Christina Richards, MD, FACS. Bariatric Medicine InstituteBackground: For many years, the Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB) was considered a good balance of complications and weight loss. According to a several short-term studies single anastomosis duodenal switch… Continue Reading
Smaller bougie size results in slightly improved weight loss after sleeve gastrectomy. A retrospective cohort study comparing 60f vs. 34f bougie size
Zvi Perry, MD, MA, Amin Andalib, MD, MPH, Aly Elbahawy, MD, Mohammed Al Abri, MD, Lamees Almutlaq, MD, Ahmed Assem Mahmoud, MD, Olivier Court, MD, Sebastian V Demyttenaere, MD. Center for Bariatric Surgery, Division of General Surgery, Department of Surgery,McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, CanadaIntroduction: Using a smaller size of bougie during sleeve gastrectomy is assumed to… Continue Reading
How do socioeconomic factors affect outcomes in bariatric surgery?
Patrick N Salibi, MD1, Thomas C Robertson, MD2, Daniel Hyatt, MD1, Sajen Alexander1, John Elliot1, Thomas Sonnanstine, MD1. 1Riverside Methodist Hospital, 2Carolinas Medical CenterIntroduction: The purpose of this study is to determine the risk factors that contributed to increased postoperative complications, as noted in prior studies within the publicly funded insurance population undergoing bariatric surgery.… Continue Reading
Characterizing the Preventable Emergency Department Visit after Bariatric Surgery
Rafael Alvarez, MD1, Alec N Khouri, BA1, Niki Matusko, MSc1, Aaron J Bonham, MSc1, Arthur M Carlin, MD2, Jonathan F Finks, MD1, Amir A Ghaferi, MD, MS1, Oliver A Varban, MD1. 1University of Michigan, 2Michigan Bariatric Surgery CollaborativeBackground: Patients who present to the emergency department (ED) after bariatric surgery may incur significant costs with no additional… Continue Reading
Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy: an alternative treatment for the T2DM morbidly obese patient.
Muhammad Nadeem, MBBS, Caitlyn D Lesh, MD, Steven Schwaitzberg, MD, Alan Posner, MD. University at BuffaloIntroduction: Gastric bypass has been an acceptable treatment for the morbidly obese patient, with proven efficacy on weight loss and remission of co morbidities, especially diabetes (T2DM). Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) is gaining momentum as an alternative procedure for the… Continue Reading
Revision of sleeve to bypass: an effective procedure worth the fight
Aaron R Bolduc, MD, Matthew D Spann, MD, D Brandon Williams, MD, Wayne J English, MD, Chetan V Aher, MD. Vanderbilt University Medical CenterIntroduction: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is a known risk following laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG), with up to 50% of patients affected by the disease postoperatively. Of these patients, an unknown number progress to… Continue Reading
EFFECT OF REVISIONAL BARIATRIC SURGERY ON TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS
Essa M Aleassa, MD, Monique Hassan, MD, Kellen Hayes, MD, Stacy Brethauer, MD, Philip R Schauer, MD, Ali Aminian, MD. Bariatric and Metabolic Center, DDI, Cleveland Clinic OHIntroduction: Bariatric surgery significantly improves type 2 diabetes. However, a small percentage of patients after bariatric surgery either have persistent hyperglycemia, or relapse after initial remission of their… Continue Reading
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- Metabolic / Obesity
INCIDENTALLY DISCOVERED INTESTINAL NON-ROTATION AT TIME OF BARIATRIC SURGERY: WHICH OPERATION TO PERFORM?
Gary Ko, MD, Boris Zevin, MD, PhD. Queen's UniversityIntestinal non-rotation is a rare congenital anomaly that may be discovered at time of bariatric surgery. This incidental finding poses two dilemmas to the surgeon 1) which bariatric procedure should be performed and 2) should an appendectomy be performed concurrently. In this video case report, we discuss… Continue Reading
- Video Loop Presentations
- Metabolic / Obesity