New York – Most people who do weight reduction surgery admit the natural addition of health. But several reports in recent research say the high risks and hospitalization are related to this procedure.
Surgery known as the Roux-en-Y shortcut (bypass) reduces the size of the stomach to a single small bag. According to one agency in the US-this pocket is then linked immediately to the small intestine to affect the digestive system’s steps to absorb food.
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Taken from webMD, Friday (8/1/2016), there are several surveys involving more 1. 400 people in Denmark who have done surgery Roux-en-Y in 2006 and 2011. Finally show that only sekitaran 7% naturally decrease overall health after surgery is done.
However, the study felt about 89% of patients reported one or two of the risks. For example, abdominal pain and fatigue up to around 5 years. after surgery. Approximately 29% of patients are hospitalized.
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According to some study authors, approximately 68% of patients seek treatment related to some of the symptoms faced. The most common arguments were abdominal pain (34%), fatigue (34%), anemia (28%), and gallstones (16%).
Some of these symptoms are increasingly faced by women, smokers, and people who are under 35 years old, and people who do not work, and those who have some of these symptoms before surgery. The more signs they face, the lower the quality of their lives.
Lead researcher Dr Sigrid Bjerge Gribsholt from Denmark’s Aarhus Campus Hospital and his colleagues wrote, “The focus on quality of life among some patients with multiple signs may be necessary because some patients are at risk for depression. The development of new weight-loss measures with less risk of continuation should be the top priority. ”
However, an expert from the United States has a record of the findings. Dr Mitchell Roslin, chief of obesity surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City said that some of the patients were not compared to the control group.
Roslin also said that some types of weight loss surgery are also beginning to be used and all are “surgery that gives better long periods of results” than Roux-en-Y. *