Research Paper | Food Science | India | Volume 9 Issue 1, January 2020
A Study on Assessment of Degree of Percentage of Weight Loss in Post Bariatric Surgery Patients after 2 Years of Surgery
Abstract: The present investigation was focused on assessment of degree of percentage of weight loss in Post bariatric surgery patients after 2 years of surgery. This present investigation mainly carried out with 16 samples collected through telephonic follow up based on secondary data (previously collected data) and objective were to assess weight change, to asses calorie and protein intake, complications, Micronutrients deficiency after 2 years of post surgery. Results showed Mode weight loss was 22 and 35 kgs followed by mean BMI was 35.467.69 kg/m2 after 2 years of post surgery while before surgery BMI was 43.628.6 kg/m2. Different complications encountered mostly were hair fall (37.5 %), vomiting (18.5 %), abdominal pain (12.5 %) and neurological symptoms (6.25 %). Average calorie and protein consumed were 1450 kcal and 44.61g respectively. It was provident from study that weight loss percentage among exercising group (199 %) were than non exercising group (1311 %). Among this sample few develop some deficiency like iron, calcium, vitamin D and started taking supplements advised by doctors.
Keywords: bariatric surgery, supplement, hair fall, weight loss, Nutrition
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 1, January 2020,
Pages: 346 - 349
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Dipjyoti Das, "A Study on Assessment of Degree of Percentage of Weight Loss in Post Bariatric Surgery Patients after 2 Years of Surgery", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20203965, Volume 9 Issue 1, January 2020, 346 - 349
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