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Title The SAGES manual of bariatric surgery / Kevin M. Reavis, Allison M. Barrett, Matthew D. Kroh, editors.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.

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 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Edition Second edition.
Physical description 1 online resource (xviii, 688 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series The SAGES University masters program series
SAGES University masters program series.
Springer Medicine eBooks 2018 English+International
Notes Includes index.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I: SAGES masters program. Chapter 1: Introduction: SAGES masters program bariatric pathway ; Chapter 2: Masters program bariatric pathway: adjustable gastric band ; Chapter 3: Masters program bariatric pathway: laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy ; Chapter 4: Master's program bariatric pathway: Roux-en-Y gastric bypass ; Chapter 5: Master's program bariatric pathway: revision of adjustable gastric band -- Part II: Bariatric programs in 2018. Chapter 6: Bariatric surgery: a historical perspective ; Chapter 7: The obesity epidemic ; Chapter 8: Patient selection prior to bariatric surgery ; Chapter 9: The role of the advanced practice provider in the management of the bariatric patient ; Chapter 10: The role of the social worker in the mangement of the bariatric patient ; Chapter 11: The role of the registered dietitian in the managment of the bariatric patient ; Chapter 12: The role of the physical therapist in the management of the bariatric patient ; Chapter 13: The role of the obesity medicine physician in the management of the bariatric patient ; Chapter 14: The role of the psychologist in the management of the bariatric patient ; Chapter 15: Preoperative checklist for bariatric surgery ; Chapter 16: Postoperative care pathways for the bariatric patient ; Chapter 17: The MBSAQIP (Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program) comprehensive bariatric program (MBSAQIP-ASMBS/ACS) ; Chapter 18: Establishing a comprehensive bariatric surgery program ; Chapter 19: Long-term follow-up of bariatric patrients -- Part III: Treatment. Chapter 20: Medically supervised weight loss programs ; Chapter 21: Index endoscopic restrictive and other devices in obesity treatment: techniques and outcomes ; Chapter 22: Index endoscopic malabsorptive procedures in obesity treatment: techniques and outcomes ; Chapter 23: Neurohormonal procedures in obesity treatment ; Chaper 24: The genetic and microbial influences in obesity ; Chapter 25: The role of preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative diagnostic endoscopy in bariatric surgery ; Chapter 26: long-term nutritional/metabolic sequelae of bariatric surgery ; Chapter 27: Robotic index bariatric surgery ; Chapter 28: Duodenal switch: technique and outcomes ; Chapter 29: Comparative surgical outcomes in bariatric surgery -- Part IV: Complications. Chapter 30: Complications of endolumenal bariatric therapies (EBTs) ; Chapter 31: Complications of adjustable gastric banding ; Chapter 32: Complications of sleeve gastrectomy ; Chapter 33: Complications of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass ; Chapter 34: Complications of biliopancreatic diversion and duodenal switch -- Part V: Revision and conversion. Chapter 35: Weight recidivism after bariatric surgery: evaluation and implications ; Chapter 36: Revision endolumenal therapies for weight recidivism ; Chapter 37: Conversion and revisional surgery: sleeve gastrectomy ; Chapter 38: Conversion and revisional surgery: Roux-en-Y gastric bypass ; Chapter 39: Conversional and revisional surgery: duodenal switch ; Chapter 40: Robotic conversion and revisional surgery -- Part VI: Special circumstances. Chapter 41: Bariatric emergencies for the general surgeon ; Chapter 42: Social media and bariatric surgery ; Chapter 43: Bariatric tourism: bidirectional and in the United States ; Chapter 44: Pregnancy and bariatric surgery ; Chapter 45: Solid organ transplantation and bariatric surgery ; Chapter 46: Adolescents and bariatric surgery: techniques and outcomes ; Chapter 47: Esophageal reflux disease before and after bariatric surgery.
Summary Morbid obesity is an epidemic as more than 2/3 of the United States population is obese and as such, has a high burden of weight-related co-morbid diseases. Bariatric surgery has proven to be effective and durable for treatment of severe obesity. Technological advances including applications of laparoscopy and endolumenal techniques have rapidly advanced this field. Data and outcomes examining treatments have also improved and as providers, we have a wide spectrum of therapeutic options to treat patients. As techniques and outcomes have evolved, access to a comprehensive yet focused resource regarding bariatric surgery is currently limited. The proposed textbook is designed to present a comprehensive and state-of the-art approach to the current and future status of Bariatric interventions, which has changed significantly since the first edition of the Manual. Updates in this version will include the rapidly expanding field of endoluminal bariatric procedures, with a focus on new devices and theories of mechanisms. New data regarding laparoscopic approaches to treat obesity, as well as improved longer-term data outcomes will be reviewed. Newer surgical approaches to treat metabolic disease and obesity are included, as well as proposed mechanisms of action and efficacy. Additional new sections include sections on the application of robotic technologies, special circumstances including transplantation and pregnancy, and telemedicine and social media in bariatric surgery. Sections will address the evolution in specific treatments available to patients, initial evaluation and selection of procedures for individual patients, the latest surgical and endoscopic techniques being employed to treat patients including data on outcomes, and future directions for therapy. In particular and unique amongst references, a major focus of this text will be on both the bariatric and metabolic bases of therapies and outcomes. The SAGES Manual A Practical Guide to Bariatric Surgery, Second Edition aligns with the new SAGES UNIVERSITY MASTERS Program. The Manual supplements the Bariatric Surgery Pathway from Competency to Proficiency to Mastery. Whether it's for Biliary, Hernia, Colon, Foregut or Bariatric, the key technical steps for the anchoring bariatric procedures are highlighted in detail as well as what the reader needs to know to successfully submit a video clip to the SAGES Facebook Channels for technical feedback. Readers will also learn about how to count credits for Bariatric from the other Master Program Series, Guidelines, Top 21 Videos, Pearls, FLS, FES, FUSE, SMART and Annual SAGES Meeting. The Masters Program promotes lifelong deliberate learning. .
Other author Reavis, Kevin M., editor.
Barrett, Allison M. editor.
Kroh, Matthew, editor.
Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, issuing body.
SAGES Masters Program, issuing body.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Obesity -- Surgery -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Electronic books.
Handbooks and manuals.
ISBN 9783319712826 (electronic bk.)
3319712829 (electronic bk.)
9783319712819 (print)
3319712810
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-71282-6