Anthropometric measurements, deficiency of vitamin d and calcium in patients in pre- and post-operative bariatric surgery / Medidas antropométricas, deficiência de vitamina d e cálcio em pacientes pré e pós-operatório de cirurgia bariátrica

Raíssa de Sousa Spíndola, Lina Monteiro de Castro Lobo, Adriana Cristina Campos, Leandro Mendonça Pedroso, Raquel Machado Schincaglia

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Introduction: Bariatric surgery have been shown as an efficient tool for weight loss, however some nutritional deficiency could be occurred, like vitamin D and calcium. Aim: To evaluate the frequency of serum vitamin D and calcium deficiency, as well as body measurements in patients before and after bariatric surgery. Methodology: Longitudinal study involving patients submitted to Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) and Sleeve gastrectomy. Anthropometric data and biochemical data were evaluated comparing them to surgical techniques and over time. Results: There was no difference in the comparison of weight loss (kg) between techniques after six months of surgery (p=0.151), however, there was a greater total weight loss in patients who underwent RYGB than in those underwent Sleeve gastrectomy (p=0.046) after 12 months after surgery. There was weight loss in percentage in relation to pre-surgery weight and in relation to ideal weight after surgery. No differences were observed in serum vitamin D and calcium concentrations at the beginning and at the end of the study, nor during the post-surgical time (p>0.05). Conclusion: Bariatric surgery in both techniques proved to be efficient for continuous body weight loss. No vitamin D and calcium deficiencies were found pre- and post-surgical.


Keywords


Obesity, bariatric surgery, vitamin D deficiency, calcium deficiency, anthropometry

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv6n7-214

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