In a study in Annals of Surgery, Kaiser Permanente researchers and colleagues share new findings that bariatric surgery is linked to lower death risk in persons with chronic kidney disease and obesity.
Diverse Kaiser Permanente patients maintained weight better after gastric bypass than after sleeve gastrectomy.
Watch video on latest results from PCORnet Bariatric Study. (Spoiler alert: Bypass, not sleeve.)
Large, long-term study of post-op safety of weight-loss surgery includes Dr. Arterburn and University of Pittsburgh researchers.
Drs. Neely Williams and David Arterburn talk about how important patient involvement is to the PCORnet Bariatric Study.
Kaiser Permanente Share profiles KPWHRI senior investigator, who also researches shared decision making
Largest long-term national study of bariatric surgery, comparing 3 most common operations, is among first PCORnet® results
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