Issue 49 of Bariatric News is now available to read and/or download here. In this issue, we report on an ASMBS survey that found increased interest in surgery due to COVID, an exclusive interview dispelling the misconceptions and myths about obesity, a paper that reports lower sleeve volume after banded-sleeve gastrectomy could be key to less weight recurrence, researchers from McGill University report RYGB is the procedure of choice in the presence of GERD and the importance of telemonitoring pre- and post-surgery.
We also report on how the price of anti-obesity medications limits access for those most in need, the launch of a comprehensive bariatric workflow system, pregnancy after bariatric surgery, six leading obesity care organisations develop consensus statement on obesity and the Academy of Pediatrics publishes first comprehensive guidance in 15 years on evaluating, treating children and adolescents with obesity.
Plus, the usual summary of clinical papers, product and industry news, information on future events and more.
Please click on the file below to read or download issue 49.