How morbid obesity as a global health problem, bariatric surgery remains the only viable, high risk form of weight loss for this patient group. ‘With the LAP-BAND System, there is now a safer, less invasive and more acceptable surgical option for patients with the emotional and physical effects of being obese,’added Dr. Patterson.
‘It is important to note that at the five – year mark, there is no difference in the weight loss results between the LAP-BAND and laparoscopic gastric bypass patients, but the gastric bypass has a much greater risk by complications. ‘The study is an extension of a three-year study of Legacy Health System published two years ago performed. Vs concludes:.. Five-year study of morbidly obese Finds Significant advantages of the LAP-BAND procedure on laparoscopic gastric bypassLAP-BAND System is less invasive, less risky than laparoscopic gastric bypass, after a five-year trial to compare the two most common weight loss surgery procedures for severely overweight at this year’s American Society for Bariatric Surgery meeting by Emma Patterson, senior investigator of the study and director of the Oregon weight Loss Surgery, LLC.She adds: ‘Let us hope the health of children maintenance is its among its top priority for on her return to Capitol Hill after the holidays. ‘Brazile conclusion that Convention Congress and the White House in 2008, ‘willing actually make it a better year than 2007 law ‘ need to.. In the year 2008 President George W. Bush on ‘Come Together’ on SCHIP, Others important issues required of 2008, Op-Ed States shall – ‘deserve credit for scoring some of impressive legislative victory ‘Democrats in Congress 2007 – ‘including the biggest increase in the funding for veterans health care ‘and other sectors – ‘primarily with a president that only seldom lifted one finger in urging their republican counterpart and buckle up the new majority ‘Donna concludes that a national a columnist and political commentator , wrote in O Washington Times commentary.
The trial focused through Baltimore, where a team of psychiatrists interviewees eight hundred and sixteen persons aged 1993 and 1999.