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Official Twitter account of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery
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Healthcare providers are commonly asked whether a patient can consume alcohol after bariatric surgery. Bianca Wyatt, RD, explains why she warns patients about alcohol consumption.
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Healthcare providers are commonly asked whether a patient can consume alcohol after bariatric surgery. Bianca Wyatt, RD, explains why she warns patients about alcohol consumption.
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touchENDOCRINOLOGY 6h
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Attendee or Industry - Be part of what everyone is talking about! 6-9pm Omni Hotel Nashville Nov. 14. Buy tickets or tables now!
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ASMBS Foundation 23h
We are honored to present this year's ASMBS Foundation Outstanding Achievement Award to Raul Rosenthal, MD. Dr. Rosenthal has shown true commitment to the ASMBS & has made significant contributions to the field of metabolic and bariatric surgery.
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Arghavan Salles Sep 19
And no other surgical specialty where patients are blamed for their disease.
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Sabrena Noria Sep 19
“Be nicer to your patients than they are to themselves” Simple right? So why is healthcare 2nd only to family as the most frequent source of stigma? Everything You know About Obesity Is Wrong - HuffPosthttps://apple.news/Ae6QE_An3S9udBaqS4-c2KA
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ASMBS Sep 19
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Roger E. Adams, Ph.D., CISSN Sep 18
Replying to @EmilyDhurandhar
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ASMBS Sep 18
Attendee or Industry - Be part of what everyone is talking about! 6-9pm Omni Hotel Nashville Nov. 14. Buy tickets or tables now!
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Chris Daigle Sep 19
This response shows a lack of understanding of the medical/mechanical/physiological issues here. Bias can lead to blinders. Regardless of current weight, Roux-en-Y is the best anatomical treatment of this severe surgical-related issue.
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SOARD Journal Sep 19
Comment on: effects of gastric bypass followed by a randomized study of physical training on markers of coagulation activation, fibrin clot properties and fibrinolysis
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Stacy Brethauer Sep 19
We (ASMBS) looked at all state health plans a few years ago and bariatric surgery was the only specialty singled out with one per lifetime and spending cap restrictions. Not hernia, not cardiac, not cancer, not ortho. Just bariatrics
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Stacy Brethauer Sep 19
There’s no other surgical specialty that is told they cannot treat their chronic complications or recurrent disease.
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Neil Floch MD Sep 18
: In a a patient with mild to moderate the you would most likely recommend first:
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ASMBS Sep 18
. Visual Abstract: Obesity surgery makes patients healthier and more functional: real world results from the United Kingdom National Bariatric Surgery Registry To read the full article, visit .
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Colorectal Disease Sep 18
The effect of increasing body mass index on laparoscopic surgery for colon and rectal cancer.
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OAC Sep 17
What's another way to take on Day 1 of Education Action Week? Share your personal story about to help others realize its impact and put faces behind the > 93 million people affected by it. Share your story here:
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Ali Aminian Sep 18
4-yrs after sleeve gastrectomy, BMI 50, severe GERD with erosive esophagitis, asthma exacerbation by reflux. Unfortunately denied a medically necessary surgery for conversion of sleeve to Roux-en-Y. So sad for patient. Corrective should be covered.
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Shanu Kothari Sep 17
Don’t forget to sign up for one of our great luncheon sessions! Challenging patient scenarios and lessons learned Top SOARD papers and how to get published SOARD and social media Physical activity IH round table Support group IH round table
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