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 Electronic Databases Research or Professional Organizations Experts in the field to consult Books, encyclopedias, handbooks Walden Library Journal of Surgical Research John Morton, MD Life After Gastric Bypass ERIC American Journal of Surgery Denis Halmi, MD Gastric Bypass Surgery Google Scholar Jrnl of Plastic & Reconstructive Srgy. Amir Moazzez, MD Weight Loss Surgery for Dummies GoPubMed Obesity Surgery Matthew Fitzer, MD Ready, Set, Shrink! HubMed Eplasty Hazem Elariny, MD Exodus from Obesity Academic Search Journal of the American Society of Bariatric Surgery Osvaldo Anez, MD Is it Worth the Weight? CHBD Urology Dr. Nilesh Patel Eating Well after Weight Loss Surgery FreeFullPDF Gastro Endoscopy John Cameron I Want to Live JSTOR Jrnl of Gastro Surgery David Chang Culinary Classics Step

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