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Research – One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass

On this page, you can find relevant publications on bariatric supplementation for One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass patients.
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Timing of pregnancy after bariatric surgery: preliminary results


Current recommendations indicate to avoid pregnancy 12 to 18 months postoperatively due to active weight loss and increased risk of nutritional deficiencies. However, no high-quality evidence supports this recommendation. A study was conducted to examine the association between surgery-to-conception interval and pregnancy and neonatal complications, gestational weight gain and nutritional status.

Timing of pregnancy after bariatric surgery: preliminary results2019-12-09T14:46:35+00:00

Vitamin D supplementation and bone health


Although bariatric surgery effectively treats obesity and comorbidities, nutritional deficiencies put patients a risk of developing other health issues. Bone loss is often encountered, due to changed bone metabolism and nutrient malabsorption. Vitamin D deficiencies are common after bariatric surgery and are seen as the main cause for postoperative bone loss. However, this has not fully been investigated, nor has the efficacy of vitamin D supplementation.

Vitamin D supplementation and bone health2019-12-09T15:18:12+00:00

SADIS: a promising alternative procedure


Due to risk of weight regain and comorbidities after Sleeve Gastrectomy (SG) and Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass operations, bariatric surgeons have been looking for alternative methods. The Single-Anastomosis Duodeno-Ileal Switch (SADIS) is a potential alternative. However, limited research has been done on the postoperative outcome of this type of operation. Therefore, a comprehensive literature review was performed, analyzing data on weight loss, comorbidity risks and nutritional deficiencies.

SADIS: a promising alternative procedure2019-12-09T15:22:32+00:00