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Today, Novation, the leading health care supply chain expertise and contracting company, released its 2012 Bariatric Report, which confirmed that while hospitals continue to see an increase in bariatric procedures, costs related to caring for morbidly obese patients continue to rise as well.
Our findings reiterate the safety of robotic hysterectomy for the obese and morbidly obese patients," Dr.
In Aberdeen, 15 per cent of people were obese or morbidly obese.
Peter Sedman, bariatric surgeon and spokesman for the Royal College of Surgeons, said: "The number of morbidly obese patients in the UK is increasing rapidly and we need to continue to put even more resources into what is proven to be a successful and cost-effective method of treatment.
Hospitals, midwives and obstetricians need to seriously consider the long-term impact of the rise in morbidly obese mothers and make provisions for appropriate equipment and resources to deal with this problem.
Low-risk Sleeve gastrectomy is most popular among morbidly obese people, a Kuwaiti surgeon said Wednesday.
Byline: ANI Washington, Jan 19 (ANI): Most morbidly obese individuals would live longer if they had gastric bypass surgery, a new study has suggested.
Now consider this question: If it saved you money for morbidly obese people to have weight loss surgery, would you suggest they do it?