Consequences Of Malabsorption Syndrome In Postoperative Gastric Bypass Patients Resources
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The Consequences of Malabsorption Syndrome in Post Operative Gastric Bypass Patients
Literature Review Matrix
Part I: PICO Analysis of Research Topic
P: The patient (population) in this particular study is the post operative gastric bypass patient.
I: The anticipated intervention would be to treat malabsorption syndrome in that population.
C: The comparison group would be those who do not have the syndrome. O: The outcome desired would be to successfully treat the malabsorption syndrome.
Part II: Search Strategy
Step 1: Identify the resources you will utilize, or utilized, to find articles that pertain to your topic
Research or Professional Organizations
Experts in the field to consult
Books, encyclopedias, handbooks
Journal of Surgical Research
John Morton, MD
Life After Gastric Bypass
American Journal of Surgery
Denis Halmi, MD
Gastric Bypass Surgery
Jrnl of Plastic & Reconstructive Srgy.
Amir Moazzez, MD
Weight Loss Surgery for Dummies
Matthew Fitzer, MD
Ready, Set, Shrink!
Hazem Elariny, MD
Exodus from Obesity
Journal of the American Society of Bariatric Surgery
Osvaldo Anez, MD
Is it Worth the Weight?
Dr. Nilesh Patel
Eating Well after Weight Loss Surgery
I Want to Live
Jrnl of Gastro Surgery