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Vitamin D Toxicity–A Clinical Perspective
Date of Publication: 2018
Vitamin D toxicity is rarely seen. This is even more so in post-weight loss surgical, duodenal switch patients.
Vitamin D Toxicity
Date of Publication: 2020
There are concerns with Vitamin D supplementations. However, some have also raised concerns about Vitamin D toxicity.
An estimate of the global reduction in mortality rates through doubling vitamin D levels
Date of Publication: 2011
Bariatric surgery for type 2 diabetes: Weighing the impact for obese patients
We’d like surgical patients are most effective in treatment of type two diabetes. However different weight loss surgical procedures have different outcomes.
The Effect of Bariatric Surgery on the Metabolic Syndrome: A Population-based, Long-term Controlled Study
Weight loss surgical procedures improve different aspects of metabolic syndrome. Therefore patients with a number of comorbidities and obesity may benefit better from weight loss surgery.
Gastric Surgery for Pseudotumor Cerebri Associated With Severe Obesity
Gastric Surgery improves Pseudotumor Cerebri Associated With Severe Obesity at a much higher rate than peritoneal shunting.
Pathobiont release from dysbiotic gut microbiota biofilms in intestinal inflammatory diseases: a role for iron?
Date of Publication: December 2019
The gut microbiome is made of the aggregate collection of genomes. This includes genes contained in its commensal viruses, bacteria, fungi, and Eukarya. Together, these mi- croorganisms are known as the gut microbiota. Although at times, the term microbiota is used to specifically refer to the bacterial communities within this complex consortium.
Malabsorption-Related Issues Associated with Chronic Proton Pump Inhibitor Usage
Chronic Proton Pump Inhibitor Usage can result in malabsorption. This is important to bear in mind since some patient after sleeve take PPI.
Vitamins K1 and K2: The Emerging Group of Vitamins Required for Human Health
Date of Publication: June 2017
Vitamin K is a name given to a group of fat-soluble vitamins. It is an essential cofactors in humans. Since is involved several critical reactions in human body.
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