Preparation of the Gastric Bypass Surgery Patient for Post-operative Dietary Changes

Thomason, Phyllis
January 2004
Nutrition in Clinical Care;Jan-Mar2004, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p37
Academic Journal
Bariatric surgery may be on effective tool for extremely obese people. Surgical weight loss may be an appropriate option after comprehensive assessments and treatment.


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