BACKGROUND: Surgery for obesity and metabolic diseases has been evolved in the light of new scientific evidence, long-term outcomes and accumulated experience. EAES has sponsored an update of previous guidelines on bariatric surgery. METHODS: A multidisciplinary group of bariatric surgeons, obesity physicians, nutritional experts, psychologists, anesthetists and a patient representative comprised the guideline development panel. Development and reporting conformed to GRADE guidelines and AGREE II standards. RESULTS: Systematic review of databases, record selection, data extraction and synthesis, evidence appraisal and evidence-to-decision frameworks were developed for 42 key questions in the domains Indication; Preoperative work-up; Perioperative management; Non-bypass, bypass and one-anastomosis procedures; Revisional surgery; Postoperative care; and Investigational procedures. A total of 36 recommendations and position statements were formed through a modified Delphi procedure. CONCLUSION: This document summarizes the latest evidence on bariatric surgery through state-of-the art guideline development, aiming to facilitate evidence-based clinical decisions

Clinical practice guidelines of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES) on bariatric surgery. Update 2020 endorsed by IFSO-EC, EASO and ESPCOP / Di Lorenzo, N; Antoniou, Sa; Batterham, Rl; Busetto, L; Godoroja, D; Iossa, A; Carrano, Fm; Agresta, F; Alarçon, I; Azran, C; Bouvy, N; Balaguè Ponz, C; Buza, M; Copaescu, C; De Luca, M; Dicker, D; Di Vincenzo, A; Felsenreich, Dm; Francis, Nk; Fried, M; Gonzalo Prats, B; Goitein, D; Halford, Jcg; Herlesova, J; Kalogridaki, M; Ket, H; Morales-Conde, S; Piatto, G; Prager, G; Pruijssers, S; Pucci, A; Rayman, S; Romano, E; Sanchez-Cordero, S; Vilallonga, R; Silecchia, G. - In: SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY. - ISSN 0930-2794. - 34:6(2020), pp. 2332-2358. [10.1007/s00464-020-07555-y]

Clinical practice guidelines of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES) on bariatric surgery. Update 2020 endorsed by IFSO-EC, EASO and ESPCOP

Di Lorenzo N
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Iossa A;Carrano FM;De Luca M;Silecchia G
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2020

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BACKGROUND: Surgery for obesity and metabolic diseases has been evolved in the light of new scientific evidence, long-term outcomes and accumulated experience. EAES has sponsored an update of previous guidelines on bariatric surgery. METHODS: A multidisciplinary group of bariatric surgeons, obesity physicians, nutritional experts, psychologists, anesthetists and a patient representative comprised the guideline development panel. Development and reporting conformed to GRADE guidelines and AGREE II standards. RESULTS: Systematic review of databases, record selection, data extraction and synthesis, evidence appraisal and evidence-to-decision frameworks were developed for 42 key questions in the domains Indication; Preoperative work-up; Perioperative management; Non-bypass, bypass and one-anastomosis procedures; Revisional surgery; Postoperative care; and Investigational procedures. A total of 36 recommendations and position statements were formed through a modified Delphi procedure. CONCLUSION: This document summarizes the latest evidence on bariatric surgery through state-of-the art guideline development, aiming to facilitate evidence-based clinical decisions
2020
AGREE II; bariatric surgery; EAES; GRADE; guidelines; obesity
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Clinical practice guidelines of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES) on bariatric surgery. Update 2020 endorsed by IFSO-EC, EASO and ESPCOP / Di Lorenzo, N; Antoniou, Sa; Batterham, Rl; Busetto, L; Godoroja, D; Iossa, A; Carrano, Fm; Agresta, F; Alarçon, I; Azran, C; Bouvy, N; Balaguè Ponz, C; Buza, M; Copaescu, C; De Luca, M; Dicker, D; Di Vincenzo, A; Felsenreich, Dm; Francis, Nk; Fried, M; Gonzalo Prats, B; Goitein, D; Halford, Jcg; Herlesova, J; Kalogridaki, M; Ket, H; Morales-Conde, S; Piatto, G; Prager, G; Pruijssers, S; Pucci, A; Rayman, S; Romano, E; Sanchez-Cordero, S; Vilallonga, R; Silecchia, G. - In: SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY. - ISSN 0930-2794. - 34:6(2020), pp. 2332-2358. [10.1007/s00464-020-07555-y]
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