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Prevalence of Major Nutrients Deficiency in Diabetic Patient Before and After Bariatric Surgery

The increasing demand of bariatric surgery requires ongoing improvement of the preoperative and post-operative care of morbidly obese patients. Outcome reporting in bariatric surgery mainly focuses on weight loss, improvement of co-morbidities and quality of life. Post-operative nutritional deficiencies are a complication of bariatric surgery, in particular after malabsorptive procedures. Deficiencies of protein, iron and vitamins B12 and D are frequently reported and may occur...


Nutritional Status During Pregnancy After Bariatric Surgery

Background: There is a lack of evidence on whether maternal nutritional deficiencies after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) or sleeve gastrectomy (SG) affect fetal development. The investigators hypothesis is that SG could induce nutritional deficiencies during pregnancy, as RYGB does, because of food restriction. These nutritional deficiencies may alter fetal growth. Methods: Women with singleton pregnancies who had at least one nutritional evaluation during pregnancy in our in...

Absorption of Transdermal Vitamins in Post Bariatric Surgery Patients

Patients undergoing bariatric surgery often develop new vitamin and/or mineral deficiencies or exacerbate prior deficiencies after surgery. Several bariatric supplement products exist including oral tablets and transdermal patches. The purpose of this study is to observe the concentrations of serum micronutrients and determine how many deficiencies develop in patients who use a transdermal patch.


Nutritional Deficiencies in the Bariatric Patients

Although morbidly obese subjects have larger than regular caloric intake, there is evidence that they suffer from nutritional deficiencies at a higher rate than the general population, probably because they eat mostly "unhealthy food."

Nutritional Deficiencies Preventive Treatment Prior to Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy

This study will examine the effect of providing a structured program of daily nutritional supplements for a 6 weeks of intervention prior to Sleeve Gastrectomy bariatric surgery on bone mass density status and formation of critical nutritional deficiencies years after the surgery.

Effectiveness of Multiple Micro-nutrient Fortified Fudge on Nutritional Status of 3-5 Years of Age Children

Multiple micro-nutrient deficiencies in Pakistan is wide spread, there is dire need to address these by using smart solutions, among them multiple fortified product (fudge) is an alternate possible way to address this issue. Fortified products have the potential to reduce micronutrient deficiencies in children, therefore in current study children from 3-5 years will receive fortified product along with enhance nutrition promotional information to bring change in their dietary p...

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Small Bowel Length and Bariatric Surgery Outcomes

The purpose of this study is to determine whether or not the total length of small intestine effects outcomes after bariatric surgery in a cohort of patients preoperatively and up to ten years postoperatively. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and vertical sleeve gastrectomy will be the surgical groups in this study. We aim to determine if bowel length has a significant effect on long term weight loss or other nutritional deficiencies in this bariatric cohort.

Registry on Obesity Surgery in Adolescents

While bariatric surgery is established as a safe and effective alternative with well-defined risks for severely obese adults, little has been published on its use in children. There are many unresolved questions concerning the long-term metabolic and psychological consequences of bariatric surgery in adolescents, and the difference with the adult population. The appropriate timing for bariatric surgery in young people, and the predictors of success and safety still need to be ...

Nutritional Status of Patients Before and After Bariatric Surgery

This study aimed at evaluating the nutritional status of vitB1, B2, B12, folate, A, D, E, Ca, Fe, Zn, Cu, and Se prior- and post- (6-Mo) the sleeve gastrectomy operation.

Five-year Outcome of Laparoscopic Gastric Sleeve

The aim of this study is to evaluate the long-term (5-year follow-up) results of laparoscopic gastric sleeve (LGS) in terms of weight loss and obesity related comorbidities, as well as the risk factors associated with postoperative nutritional deficiencies.

Longitudinal Evaluation of Teens Against Tobacco Use

This study evaluates the efficacy of Teens Against Tobacco Use anti-tobacco presentations on tobacco use susceptibility in 4th-8th grade. Classrooms are randomly assigned to either receive a series of two presentations or wait listed to receive them later in the school year.

Nutritional Rehabilitation and Sleep Apnea in the Obese

In obese patients, the prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is around 40% in men and 30% in women. Weight loss after bariatric surgery significantly improves OSA, with 75% of patients having a reduction in OSA severity or becoming non-apneic. We hypothesize a similar effect on OSA of nutritional and psychocomportemental rehabilitation for obese patients. However, we expect weight loss and blood pressure reduction to probably be lower in obese patients who have OSA and nu...

Family Based Prevention of Alcohol and Risky Sex for Older Teens

An online, interactive web-based program for older teens and their parents is designed to address teen alcohol use and teen relationships. The parent-teen dyad both participate in the web-based program and engage in off-line discussion activities. This intervention promotes communication skills, refusal skills, and helps teens consider how to make healthy choices.

Study of Bariatric Surgery

The aim of this cohort study is to collect prospectively clinical data on all the patients admitted in the investigators department for bariatric surgery or for any complication of a bariatric procedure. The investigators goal is not only to improve the follow-up but also to assess and publish the investigators results regarding weight loss and the complication rate.

The Effect of When Medication is Taken on Nutritional Status in Hospitalized Patients Older Than 65 Years

Polypathology in elderly subjects requires polypharmacy but even though the efficacy of a medication and digestive tolerance are ensured, the medication can be taken a long time from meals to reduce its side-effects. Despite numerous studies that have investigated links between medication and malnutrition, none have assessed the influence of the time the drug is taken on the evolution of the nutritional status of elderly hospitalized persons. So as to identify the best nutritio...

The Use of X-ray in Bariatric Surgeries

examination of the importance of the use of X-ray in bariatric surgery outcome.

Behavioral Family Systems Therapy (BFST) for Teens With Type 2 Diabetes

This is a randomized, controlled pilot trial of Behavioral Family Systems Therapy for Teens with Type 2 Diabetes (BFST-DM2), an individual psychological intervention tailored to meet the needs of teens with type 2 diabetes. It is hypothesized that this behavioral family intervention will be feasible to implement with teens with type 2 diabetes and will have positive effects on treatment adherence, health outcomes like weight status and metabolic control, and psychological outco...

Micro-nutritional Status and Gut Microbiota in Morbidly Obese Patients Before and After Gastric Bypass

An intervention study design in 90 obese patients will be used. Nutritional, metabolic and psychological status as well as gut microbiota will be evaluated before gastric bypass and 6 months post surgery. During this period of 6 months, all patients will receive a specific diet according to recommendation with regard to bariatric surgery. Subjects will be than randomized in 2 sub-groups: A. patients receiving a standard healthy diet without micro-nutriments' supplementation; ...

Optimum Thiamine Intervention (OpTIn) Trial

Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (WKS), once thought to be a rare condition, is now known to be common in people with nutritional deficiencies or alcohol dependence. The primary cause of WKS is thiamine deficiency, and more than 90% of cases are reported in alcohol dependent patients because alcohol dependence predisposes to severe nutritional deficiency. WKS may lead to significant, long-term brain dysfunction with severe effects on work, personal and social function. Whilst effect...

Evaluation of the Protein Intake of the Pregnant Woman According to the Weight Status and in Pregnant Women Operated on Bariatric Surgery

Adequate equipment for lifelong health is essential to ensure healthy health for fetal development. In France, pregnant women with normal weight have increased protein intake to 0.78-0.95g / kg / day (ANC 2001). And more recently, AFSSA from 2007 proposed a recommended nutritional intake of 0.82-1g / kg / d. An increased requirements in the second and third trimester of 0.25 g / kg / day and 0.46 g / kg / day, respectively, compared with non-pregnancy values. However, the preva...

Teens Against Tobacco Use: A Tobacco Prevention Curriculum and Advocacy Initiative

This study evaluates the efficacy of Teens Against Tobacco Use anti-tobacco presentations on tobacco use susceptibility in 6th through 8th grade. Students will be randomly assigned to either receive 3 anti-tobacco presentations or 3 presentations on a different topic, unrelated to tobacco.

Protein Supplementation Impact On Body Muscle Mass And Fat Mass In Qataris Post Bariatric Surgery, Randomized Controlled Trials (Rct)

One of the most common post-operative deficiencies or complications of bariatric surgery is protein malnutrition. It may lead to many predicaments such as malnutrition, vitamin, micro- and macronutrient deficiencies that can lead to deleterious consequences. A protein-rich diet make a person feel satiety and thereby the consumption will be low in overall energy intake. The objectives of our study are. The aim of this study is to assess the effect of protein supplementation on c...

Oral Health in Bariatric Patients

As few is known about the oral health of bariatric patients, this study aimed to analyze the prevalence and severity of erosive tooth wear, dental caries and periodontal diseases of obese patients who underwent bariatric surgery in comparison to obese patients without bariatric procedures.

Influence of the Sleep Pattern in Patients Submitted to Bariatric Surgery

The present study has a prospective, longitudinal and observational character, will be performed with patients attending a private clinic specialized in the treatment of obesity and bariatric surgery. Patients to be analyzed should have a medical indication for bariatric surgery.

Teen Success Project

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of Juvenile Probation Officers (JPOs) delivering Contingency Management (CM) to teens on their caseload who have problems with drug use. CM has already been shown to be effective at helping teens with drug problems but CM has never been delivered by JPOs. This study will test how well it works to have JPOs deliver CM during their regular meetings with teens.


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