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2015

Diabetic Surgery

J Minim Invasive Surg Sci. 2015 February; 4(1): e30423
Abdolreza Pazouki *; Gholamreza Mohammadi Farsani

Abstract

Diabetes Mellitus has been one of the most prevalent diseases in human beings from the very beginning. Its prevalence is estimated at about 8% in different soci­eties and with increasing body mass index of people all over the world the rate of type 2 diabetes is increasing (1). It is estimated that about 90% of diabetic patients are of type 2 (2). Weight loss, and the change in life style remains the cor­nerstone of its treatment

Different oral and injectable drugs have been used to treat this debilitating disease, but so far even in the most developed countries like US the rate of uncontrolled dia­betes mellitus is more than 20 % (3). This rate is even higher in some countries. Since 1955 the role of gastric surgery to improve diabe­tes was reported and in 1991 NIH consensus recommend­ed bariatric surgery for diabetic patients with BMI to be more than 35 (4)

ناریخ : 13 / 09 / 1395 , بازدید : 300

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