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Tanvish Nitin Manwatkar

AIETI Medical School- David Tvildiani Medical University, Tbilisi 0159, Georgia, USA

  • Mini Review   
    Update is bariatric surgery contributing to a decreasing trend in COVID-19 infection and complication rate in obese patients?
    Author(s): Arbaab Khan* and Tanvish Nitin Manwatkar

    The objective of this study is to identify bariatric surgery as a treatment modality to reduce COVID-19 related morbidity, mortality and complication rate in the obese patients. This study involves the comparison of 2 researches in which COVID-19  affected patients were assessed for their severity of disease on the basis of their history of bariatric/ metabolic surgery (whether they had undergone bariatric surgery or not ) .The patients who had undergone bariatric procedure and their matched controls (both populations positive for COVID-19  infection) were compared to several variables like hospital admission , admission to ICU unit need for mechanical ventilation & dialysis during hospitalization ,other morbidities and also mortality .The comparison of results showed that patients who underwent bariatric surgery had a better prognosis and a better profile( in.. Read More»

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