Les complications graves de la chirurgie bariatrique

  • Rudolf Steffen
  • Laurent Biertho

Abstrait

Question

Quels sont les signaux d’alerte chez l’opéré ? Quels progrès ont été réalisés dans la prise en charge postopératoire ?

Réponse

La prévention des complications postopératoires repose sur une grande rigueur dans l’apprentissage des techniques chirurgicales et une standardisation des procédures.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rudolf Steffen
    • 1
  • Laurent Biertho
    • 2
  1. 1.Service de chirurgie digestiveClinique Beau-SiteBerne 25Suisse
  2. 2.Service de chirurgie digestive, département de chirurgieUniversité Laval Hôpital LavalQuébecCanada

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