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Эндокринные и метаболические аспекты ведения пациентов, перенесших бариатрические операции.По материалам Клинических рекомендаций Общества эндокринологов

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Заболеваемость морбидным ожирением увеличивается во всем мире. На этом фоне широкое распространение получили хирургические методы лечения ожирения. Зачастую после бариатрических вмешательств пациент сталкивается с целым рядом проблем, требующих пожизненного контроля и терапии. Обществом эндокринологов были разработаны детальные рекомендации по ведению пациентов после хирургического лечения ожирения. В данной статье изложены и прокомментированы их основные положения.

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Для цитирования:

Mazurina N.V., Sviridonova M.A. Эндокринные и метаболические аспекты ведения пациентов, перенесших бариатрические операции.По материалам Клинических рекомендаций Общества эндокринологов. Ожирение и метаболизм. 2012;9(1):51-57.

For citation:

., . Endocrine and metabolic aspects of the management of patients undergoing bariatric surgery. Review of clinical recommendations. Obesity and metabolism. 2012;9(1):51-57. (In Russ.)

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