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Nutritional deficiencies common before and after bariatric surgery

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For adults undergoing bariatric surgery, lifelong nutritional support is a key factor in successful outcomes. After surgery, patients are at increased risk for micronutrient deficiencies, which can result in anemia or osteoporosis, among other conditions. For many patients, nutritional challenges are present even before surgery, according to experts. Study results presented at ObesityWeek in

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  • Bariatric surgery and long-term nutritional issues
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Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty bests diet, lifestyle changes for weight loss

Patients who underwent endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty achieved greater weight loss than patients who made diet and lifestyle changes alone, according to study results.“Though now gaining traction worldwide, much is left to learn when comparing this procedure to other weight control strategies,” Vivek Kumbhari, MD, director of bariatric endoscopy at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions,

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Bone material strength improves after gastric bypass

Adults with obesity who underwent Roux-en-Y gastric bypass experienced an improvement in bone material strength in the year after surgery despite an increase in bone turnover markers and decrease in bone mineral density, according to findings published in Bone. “After Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, a reduction in areal BMD and an increase in bone turnover and fracture rate are observed,”

Original article from Healio: Bone material strength improves after gastric bypass












Artificial pancreas may reduce diabetes distress, improve disease management

Adolescents and adults with type 1 diabetes who used a hybrid closed-loop insulin system reported fewer symptoms of diabetes distress and improved disease management, suggesting the system could improve quality of life for users, according to findings published in Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics. “Given that [hybrid closed-loop] systems require use of both [continuous glucose

Source: Artificial pancreas may reduce diabetes distress, improve disease management






Citrate vs. Carbonate after Bariatric Surgery

This is an excerpt from one of the listserves and an interesting topic for someone to write about:

Question about calcium…
In reading the article American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Integrated Health Nutritional Guidelines for the Surgical Weight Loss Patient 2016 Update: Micronutrients, I noticed that it does not specify between calcium carbonate and calcium citrate. It states “Calcium carbonate should be taken with meals. Calcium citrate may be taken with or without meals” But when I look at vitamins available and read protocols for other bariatric sites, it always emphasizes calcium citrate. I am new to bariatric needs, is this new/changing information? Are there any programs who recommend calcium carbonate as long as it’s with meals? Is there a difference if it’s a sleeve or a GB?










Weight Loss after Sleeve Gastrectomy

I found this study (wish there was a greater sample size):
Outcome Analysis of Early Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy Experience. Sucandy et al. JSLS (2013) 17:602-606
http://laparoscopy.blogs.com/jslsjournal/JSLSPDFs/JSLSVol17No4.pdf
Sleeve Gastrectomy % EBW lost:
1 mo: 18%
3 mo: 33%
6 mo: 44%
9 mo: 51%
12 mo: 58%
18 mo: 62%

Erin Thompson, MPH, RD, LD, CDE
Registered Dietitian
Trinity Clinic Bariatric Surgery
CHRISTUS® Trinity Mother Frances Health System
Tel 903.606.5966
erin.thompson@tmfhc.org