Bariatric surgery focus

January 2010
Healthcare Purchasing News;Jan2010, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
The article provides information on bariatric surgery. More than a third of obese patients in the U.S. who have undergone this kind of surgery are said to experience relief from diabetic symptoms. Skytron has produced general purpose bariatric surgical table since 1996. It notes that the firm's five-piece split leg accessory may also be used in gastrectomy procedures or gastric bypass.


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