Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in obesity

ob0001p31 | (1) | UKCO2019

The relationship between relative deprivation and access to bariatric surgery

Hazlehurst Jonathan , Abbott Sally , Bellary Srikanth , Singhal Rishi , Tahrani Abd

Introduction: Adults living in the most deprived areas of England are more likely to have obesity. However, it is not clear whether social deprivation has an impact on accessing and the outcomes of bariatric surgery. The aim of our study was to explore the effect of indices of deprivation on access to bariatric surgery and its outcomes.Methods: Cross-sectional prospective evaluation in a single centre in England of all patients who underwent primary bari...

ob0001rfc2.1 | (1) | UKCO2019

Bariatric surgery among older adults: a matched case-control study on 30-day and 5-year mortality and changes in Body Mass Index and HbA1c up to 5-years post-operatively

Abbott Sally , Hawkes Madeleine , Hazlehurst Jonathon , Horton Helen , Singhal Rishi , Tahrani Abd

Introduction: Obesity is common (prevalence 30%) in older adults (≥65 years). Bariatric surgery (BS) is the most effective intervention resulting in sustained weight loss and cardiovascular and metabolic benefits. However, the outcomes of BS in older patients are unknown.Methods: A retrospective study utilising the bariatric database from a single UK NHS BS centre. We identified all older patients, aged ≥65 years old at surgery, who had BS be...

ob0001p63 | (1) | UKCO2019

Bariatric surgery is associated with reduced risk of the development and progression of foot disease in patients with type 2 diabetes: A matched controlled cohort study

Singh Pushpa , Subramanian Anuradhaa , Adderley Nicola , Gokhale Krishna , Singhal Rishi , Bellary Srikanth , Nirantharakumar Krishnarajah , Tahrani Abd

Objectives: Obesity is an established risk factor for diabetes peripheral neuropathy (DPN), peripheral vascular disease (PVD) and diabetes foot disease (DFD). Bariatric surgery (BS) is the most successful obesity treatment that results in sustained weight loss. However, the impact of BS in patients with Type 2 DM (T2D) on DPN and DFD is unknown. Hence, we conducted a population-based study examining the impact of BS on development and progression of DFD....