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OUP Academic - This phase III trial included patients with ultra-low rectal adenocarcinoma that initially required abdominoperineal resection. The surgical decision was...

Reintervention or mortality within 90 days of bariatric surgery: population-based cohort study

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OUP Academic - AbstractBackground. Bariatric surgery carries a risk of severe postoperative complications, sometimes leading to reinterventions or even death. The incidence...

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    On #WorldObesityDay2021, here are some BJS papers on #BariatricSurgery from the past year: 2. Reintervention or mortality within 90 days of bariatric surgery: population-based cohort study https://t.co/7gF5Oihew3 #SoMe4Surgery #SoMe4Bariatrics

OUP Academic - Optimal mesh fixation in laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair (LIHR) has not yet been established. This meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis evaluates...

Guest post: Why should you care about the history of surgery? – Cutting Edge

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Cutting Edge - The history of surgery is filled with heroes and villains, triumphs and tragedies, progress and setbacks, but continuously moves towards the easing of suffering...

Reintervention or mortality within 90 days of bariatric surgery: population-based cohort study

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OUP Academic - AbstractBackground. Bariatric surgery carries a risk of severe postoperative complications, sometimes leading to reinterventions or even death. The incidence...

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    On #WorldObesityDay2021, here are some BJS papers on #BariatricSurgery from the past year: 3. Reintervention or mortality within 90 days of bariatric surgery: population-based cohort study https://t.co/XmInUSnOX0 #SoMe4Surgery #SoMe4Bariatrics

Simple tool to prioritize access to bariatric surgery for people living with obesity during the COVID-19 pandemic

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    On #WorldObesityDay2021, here are some BJS papers on #BariatricSurgery from the past year: 1. Simple tool to prioritize access to bariatric surgery for people living with obesity during the COVID-19 pandemic https://t.co/1z9sZZp04c #OpenAccess #SoMe4Surgery #SoMe4Bariatrics

Robotic rectal cancer surgery: comparative study of the impact of obesity on early outcomes

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OUP Academic - Minimally invasive surgical approaches for colorectal cancer have been associated with short-term benefits, including shorter hospital stay, and decreased...

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    On #WorldObesityDay2021, here are some BJS papers on #obesity from the past year: 7. Robotic rectal cancer surgery: comparative study of the impact of obesity on early outcomes https://t.co/bV8lo3gvgi #ColorectalSurgery #SoMe4Surgery #OpenAccess https://t.co/bV8lo3gvgi

OUP Academic - The aim of this single-centre, single-blinded RCT was to evaluate the benefits and disadvantages of closing the mesenteric defects with clips during...

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    On #WorldObesityDay2021, here are some BJS papers on #BariatricSurgery from the past year: 6. Randomized clinical trial on closure versus non-closure of mesenteric defects during laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery https://t.co/6mCe6BZwUX #SoMe4Surgery #OpenAccess https://t.co/6mCe6BZwUX

Alteration in faecal bile acids, gut microbial composition and diversity after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy

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OUP Academic - AbstractBackground. Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) is a well established treatment for severe obesity and type 2 diabetes. Although the gut microbiota...

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    On #WorldObesityDay2021, here are some BJS papers on #BariatricSurgery from the past year: 5. Alteration in faecal bile acids, gut microbial composition and diversity after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy https://t.co/dbkXRmYEzS #OpenAccess #SoMe4Surgery #SoMe4Bariatrics https://t.co/dbkXRmYEzS

OUP Academic - Individual patient data from the two largest RCTs to compare 5-year outcomes after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) and Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (LRYGB)...

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    On #WorldObesityDay2021, here are some BJS papers on #BariatricSurgery from the past year: 4. Laparoscopic RYGB vs laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: 5-year outcomes of merged data from two randomized clinical trials (SLEEVEPASS & SM-BOSS) https://t.co/BfgnPXbjG0 #OpenAccess https://t.co/BfgnPXbjG0