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SAFETY AND OUTCOMES OF SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY AND GASTRIC BYPASS: A SYSTEMIC REVIEW

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Type
Published Article
Journal
International Journal of Advanced Research
Publisher
International Journal Of Advanced Research
Publication Date
Jan 27, 2024
Volume
12
Issue
01
Pages
259–266
Identifiers
DOI: 10.21474/ijar01/18116
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MyScienceWork
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Abstract

The purpose of the current investigation is to compare the safety and outcomes of Sleeve Gasterectomy with Gastric Bypass in patients.Up to February 2022, appropriate papers were screened from the published literature. The RevMan 5.1 software was used to conduct the meta-analysis.There were twenty studies included in this meta-analysis. GB had a greater incidence of both early and late problems than SG. Leaks, UTIs, obstructions, and deaths happened more frequently in the GB group within a month following surgery. The discrepancies could lead to excellent rates of readmission to the hospital and a need for additional surgery. When it came to remission of hypertension and the weight loss outcome at one year, GB beat out SG. However, in type 2 diabetes,no differences were observed in OSA or the weight loss outcome after two or three years.SG was a better alternative for individuals than GB because SG is as effective and safer than GB.

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