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Does Preoperative BMI Level Affect Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery?

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Does Preoperative BMI Level Affect Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery?

Luis Garcia, MS; Habib Khoury, BS; Katie Shpanskaya, BS; Homero Rivas, MD, MBA; John Morton, MD, MPH, MHA

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a metric commonly used to assess body composition, inform clinical diagnoses, and predict risk for developing various chronic illnesses. In bariatric surgery, a patient’s BMI is relied upon to determine surgical eligibility, and reductions in BMI are commonly reported as a postoperative outcome. Using three clinically significant classifications of obesity, we sought to investigate whether preoperative differences in BMI influence weight loss, biochemical risk factors, and metabolic characteristics following bariatric surgery.

 

 

 

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