Vitamin status after bariatric surgery: a randomized study of gastric bypass and duodenal switch

July 2009
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition;Jul2009, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
The article presents a study that determines the changes in vitamins status after two bariatric surgical techniques in the body. It describes the method of the study that uses a randomized controlled trial in two Scandinavian with 60 superobese patients. It outlines the result of the study which suggests that patients who have undergone two surgical inventions require different monitoring and supplementation regimens after surgery.


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