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Learning Objectives. What Is Morbid Obesity? Presenter Disclosure Information

Learning Objectives. What Is Morbid Obesity? Presenter Disclosure Information

* Total—All bariatric procedures including gastric bypass surgery, Vertical Banded Gastroplasty (VBG), Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding, Biliopancreatic Diversion, and Duodenal S[r]

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BARIATRIC SURGERY. Please refer to the enrollee-specific benefit document to determine availability of benefits for these procedures.

BARIATRIC SURGERY. Please refer to the enrollee-specific benefit document to determine availability of benefits for these procedures.

Gastric bypass (Roux-en-Y; gastrojejunal anastomosis), vertical banded gastroplasty (gastric banding; gastric stapling), adjustable gastric banding (laparoscopic adjustable silicone gas[r]

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BARIATRIC SURGERY. Please refer to the enrollee-specific benefit document to determine availability of benefits for these procedures.

BARIATRIC SURGERY. Please refer to the enrollee-specific benefit document to determine availability of benefits for these procedures.

Gastric bypass (Roux-en-Y; gastrojejunal anastomosis), vertical banded gastroplasty (gastric banding; gastric stapling), adjustable gastric banding (laparoscopic adjustable silicone gas[r]

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Ursodeoxycholic acid for the prevention of symptomatic gallstone disease after bariatric surgery: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial (UPGRADE trial)

Ursodeoxycholic acid for the prevention of symptomatic gallstone disease after bariatric surgery: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial (UPGRADE trial)

Five randomized controlled trials have studied the use of UDCA for gallstone prophylaxis after bariatric surgery (RYGB, vertical banded gastroplasty or adjust- able gastric banding), the[r]

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Background: Conversion operations after vertical banded gastroplasty (VBG) are sometimes performed because of vomiting and/or acid regurgitation. Primary operation with gastric bypass (GBP) is known to reduce gastroesophageal reflux (GERD). Previous studies have not been designed to differentiate between the effects of the altered anatomy and of the ensuing weight loss. No series has reported data on acid reflux before and after conversion from VBG to GBP.

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Clinical evaluation of the surgical and endoscopic treatment of morbid obesity. Ruben Schouten

Clinical evaluation of the surgical and endoscopic treatment of morbid obesity. Ruben Schouten

newer techniques have been developed with less malabsorption and more restriction. In the 1960s, Mason already reported on the loop gastric bypass which combined a gastric restriction with a slight malabsorption [24]. This procedure was safer but anastomotic leaks led to a high mortality while severe bile reflux led to a high morbidity. Griffen added the Roux limb to the gastric bypass resulting in the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) [25]. Because both major disadvantages of the loop gastric bypass were overcome with this procedure it is nowadays still one of the most performed bariatric procedures. However, the risk of anastomotic leakage is always present with bypass procedures. With this in mind and the idea that restriction alone might be enough to lose weight, Pace described the first purely restrictive procedure in 1979 [26]. However, the horizontal banded gastroplasty led to problematic pouch and outlet dilatation. It was again Mason who developed an important modification of the technique in 1982 resulting in the vertical banded gastroplasty (VBG). This procedure consists of creating a vertical gastric pouch along the lesser curvature while controlling the outlet with a non- dilatable band [27]. Although this procedure has been very popular in the 1980s and 1990s it turned out to be too complicated in the long term with many patients suffering from weight gain and serious side effects because of stapler line dehiscence, stoma stenosis and severe pouch dilatation. A potential solution for these problems was the development of a gastric band. In the beginning of the 1980s Molina et al. already developed a gastric band that could be placed around the upper part of the stomach creating a small pouch [28]. In 1990, Kuzmak changed the technique into an adjustable gastric band by connecting this to a subcutaneous port. With this technique the band could be inflated and deflated according to the weight loss and complaints of the patient [29]. This procedure became increasingly popular because soon after its introduction it was performed completely by laparoscopy (laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, LAGB) [30]. It is nowadays the most performed bariatric procedure together with the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass.
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Procedure Type: Metabolic and Malabsorbtion. Procedure Names. Adjustable Gastric Band (LAGB) Realize Band. Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (VSG)

Procedure Type: Metabolic and Malabsorbtion. Procedure Names. Adjustable Gastric Band (LAGB) Realize Band. Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (VSG)

cardiovascular disease. Unfortunately, conservative treatment options have proven ineffective. Surgical interventions, such as vertical-banded gastroplasty (stomach stapling), Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, and, more recently, laparoscopic gastric banding have been developed with the aim of providing a laparoscopically placed device that is safe and effective in generating

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Energy banded ions in Saturn's magnetosphere

Energy banded ions in Saturn's magnetosphere

In summary, we fi nd possible evidence for a fi eld line resonance in a few B ϕ enhancements seen in the same time frame as the banded ions, with time separations ~40 min, comparable to 0.5 – 1 times the Alfvén bounce period (cf. Figure 10d). However, while the mSWIM model predicts a solar wind dynamic pressure enhance- ment on the following day, which would be within the uncertainty of the modeling, the observations in Figure 11 provide no clear magnetospheric evidence supporting the passage of a global compressional event early on day 123. Nonetheless, because compressional waves propagate in all directions relative to B, compressional perturbations are so spatially dispersed that even a small amplitude compression can have a signi fi cant effect on a global scale. A resonant fl ux tube extracts energy all along its extent from ionosphere to ionosphere and the locally small compressional perturbations can thus be a signi fi cant energy source for the standing wave resonance. So we cannot fully rule out the possibility of a solar wind impulse as the stimu- lus for the FLR.
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The distribution, mineralogy and paragensis of the Hellyer Baritic and Siliceous Caps

The distribution, mineralogy and paragensis of the Hellyer Baritic and Siliceous Caps

fme grained barite in BMS/Ba barite in earbonale!BMS fragmental fme grained barite with coarse py and sph banded pyrite and barite acicular barite near BMSIBa contact banded barite and s[r]

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5‘RUNX1-3’USP42 chimeric gene in acute myeloid leukemia can occur through an insertion mechanism rather than translocation and may be mediated by genomic segmental duplications

5‘RUNX1-3’USP42 chimeric gene in acute myeloid leukemia can occur through an insertion mechanism rather than translocation and may be mediated by genomic segmental duplications

AML: Acute myeloid leukemia; BAC: Bacterial artificial chromosome; β -GUS: β - glucuronidase; BM: Bone marrow; CYCS: Cytochrome c; FISH: Fluorescence in situ hybridization; GTG-banded: G-banded with trypsin – Giemsa staining; NAHR: Non-allelic homologous recombination; NBM: Normal bone marrow; NK-AML: Normal karyotype AML; qRT-PCR: Quantitative real-time PCR; RHD: Runt homology domain; RUNX1: Runt-related transcription factor 1; SDs: Segmental duplications; UCSC: University of California Santa Cruz; USP42: Ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal hydrolase 42; WCP: Whole chromosome painting.
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The Lewisian rocks of the Island of Tiree, Inner Hebrides

The Lewisian rocks of the Island of Tiree, Inner Hebrides

and most often unfoliated or \wakly fol3.ated, 0(hey of ton form broad lenses or aub-rounded blocks several foot in width, but also occur as smaller streaks and lenses concordant with the banding of line enclosing rook. The banding of the gneiss curves out around the larger ultrabasio blocks and lenses and they are occasionally partly or %#ol3y mantled by unfoliated pegmatitio material which grades within a few inches into the enclosing Banded Iiügmatite and ramifies tiirou# fissures and joints in the ultrabasic rook* In some cases p la stic flow of this pegmatitic material around the moiglns of # 0 ultrdbasio inclusions has apparently detached fragments from
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Energy banded ions in Saturn's magnetosphere

Energy banded ions in Saturn's magnetosphere

Observed band energies solid circles as a function of local pitch angle at ~0700 UT,.. compared to calculated energies for which a the bounce periods, b the times of flight.[r]

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Installation and Maintenance Manual Technical Manual - Volume I DX-120 Installation and Maintenance Manual

Installation and Maintenance Manual Technical Manual - Volume I DX-120 Installation and Maintenance Manual

Although this method initially appears to be convenient and more cost-effective, thre is an inherent lack of serviceability. Therefore, Vertical does not recommend this method of installation. Since the Vertical DX-120 is equipped with RJ-11 interfaces for all port connections*, it is possible to route station cables into the KSU directly without use of 66M1-50 connector blocks. Using quality modular connectors and crimping tool, connect each terminal cable directly to the port required.

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Precambrian Banded Iron Formations of India

Precambrian Banded Iron Formations of India

He pointed out that they principally occur in three major associations namely, (a) in granulite~gnejss region (b) in older greenstone and (c) in younger Dharwar Super[r]

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20.	Ganesh Ariyanathan and J. Sesh Serebiah

20. Ganesh Ariyanathan and J. Sesh Serebiah

The practice of shrimp keeping has developed among hobbyist to control algal formation in planted aquariums (Heerbrandt, T.C. and J. Lin, 2006). The main aim of the work is to focus on endemic freshwater shrimps that have ornamental value. Their biology, behavior, adaptability in aquarium conditions and color enhancement by feed formulations and selective breeding are being studied. Currently the industry is completely depends on the wild caught species (Raghavan et al, 2014). Breeding and production of high grade ‘Rainbow shrimps’, ‘Stripe shrimps’, ‘White banded shrimps’ will definitely reduce the stress on the wild population. Rainbow shrimps have potential market for their ‘algae eating’ ability despite its subdued coloration. By improving the pigmentation, its demand
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NATURAL SELECTION IN CEPAEA

NATURAL SELECTION IN CEPAEA

H e considers only the proportion of un- banded to banded shells : a better estimate involves the proportions of effec- tively unbanded shells (p. His data indica[r]

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A New Algorithm for the Determinant and the Inverse of Banded Matrices

A New Algorithm for the Determinant and the Inverse of Banded Matrices

A New Algorithm for the Determinant and the Inverse of Banded Matrices Mohamed Elouafi1, Driss Aiat Hadj Ahmed2 1.. Classes Préparatoites aux Grandes Ecoles d'Ingénieurs, Lycée My Alhass[r]

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DECT Cordless Telephone User Guide

DECT Cordless Telephone User Guide

Vertical Communications, Inc. makes no representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the content of this publication and specifically disclaims any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose, and shall not be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damage, including but not limited to, special, incidental, or consequential.

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Programming Manual Technical Manual - Volume II DX-120 Programming Manual

Programming Manual Technical Manual - Volume II DX-120 Programming Manual

You can set the DX-120 system to alert all phones at predetermined intervals during the day; you can choose up to eight reminders. You specify the play time, which tells the system how long (from 1 to 10 minutes) to play the music. The system uses the music source connected to the MC1 connector for the system reminder (unless the internal music source is selected by an option strap on the CPM-- refer to the Vertical DX-120 Installation and Maintenance Manual which can be found on the Vertical CCC website (www.vertical.com/service-login.html).

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Banded Matrices and Discrete Sturm Liouville Eigenvalue Problems

Banded Matrices and Discrete Sturm Liouville Eigenvalue Problems

In this article we treat the Sturm-Liouville difference equations SL with general separated, self-adjoint boundary conditions. These boundary conditions include the so-called natural boundary conditions, when no or “not enough” boundary conditions are imposed 3, page 51, equation 2.3.9. More precisely, given SL and the imposed and natural boundary conditions, then we show that this eigenvalue problem is equivalent with an algebraic eigenvalue problem for a real-symmetric, banded matrix with bandwidth 2n 1, and we will construct this matrix explicity. For our general boundary conditions we must assume that the coefficients r n k are unequal to zero at “the beginning and at the end” see
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