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Synonyms for surgery

operation

Synonyms for surgery

a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations

a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments

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A 45-year old woman with diabetes and a BMI of 45 will add anywhere from 3-12 years on to her life by having bariatric surgery.
With technological advancement and improved treatment for obesity, there is a rapid increase in obese population to choose Bariatric surgery as an ideal method of treatment.
Dr Riaz Khan, general manager of the hospital, said: "Studies have proved that bariatric surgery, which was considered high risk until a few decades back, is no longer so.
The Committee made up of 12 European specialists in pediatric liver disease was tasked with reviewing and analyzing the available evidence on bariatric surgery for obese children and adolescents.
It stated: "The huge cost of treating diabetes has led to much focus on bariatric surgery as an effective treatment.
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Bariatric Surgery Devices market for the period 2014-2018.
The authors noted that a 2% increase in AUD associated with bariatric surgery translates into 2,000 additional people with AUD each year.
Bariatric surgery could be the most effective treatment for obese patients with T2DM.
Importantly, the effect of bariatric surgery was found within both controlled and uncontrolled studies.
Though limited by the retrospective nature of the study and the fact that the data didn't differentiate between types of bariatric surgery, the findings are notable, because about 50,000 women were diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2013, making it the most common cancer affecting female reproductive organs.
For years, the question has been whether it is the bariatric surgery or a change in diet that causes the diabetes to improve so rapidly alter surgery," says internist lidiko Lingvay, first author of the study.
In the past decade or so, bariatric surgery has made rapid strides in providing relief to millions of obese persons.
Over half of women seeking bariatric surgery show signs of sexual dysfunction and psychological stress as a result.
A hospital in the UAE says it conducts bariatric surgery on obese kids as young as 11, despite claims by other medics that the procedure is not suitable for under-18s.
This is in response to a recent letter about bariatric surgery.