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Tags: Bariatric , Surgery , Complications , Blackstone ,. Orario: 8. IVA : This review is an update of the long-term follow-up of nutritional and metabolic issues following bariatric surgery, and also discusses the most recent guidelines for the three most common procedures: adjustable gastric bands AGB ; sleeve gastrectomy SG ; and roux-en-Y gastric bypass GBP.
The risk of nutritional deficiencies depends on the percentage of weight loss and the type of surgical procedure performed. Purely restrictive procedures AGB, SG , for example, can induce digestive symptoms, food intolerance or maladaptative eating behaviours due to pre- or postsurgical eating disorders.
GBP also has a minor malabsorptive component. Iron deficiency is common with the three types of bariatric surgery, especially in menstruating women, and GBP is also associated with an increased risk of calcium, vitamin D and vitamin B12 deficiencies.
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Rare deficiencies can lead to serious complications such as encephalopathy or protein-energy malnutrition.