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09/09/16 - Event
Conference report
This article was authored by Drs Mervyn Deitel and Kuldeepak S Kular The Mini-Gastric Bypass – One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass Club (Figures 1 and 2) was formed in August 2015 at the IFSO Vienna...
01/09/16 - Event
ObesityWeek 2016
Get a glimpse into the future of obesity research and treatment when more than 1,000 research abstracts are presented on new and emerging obesity treatments, the science of weight loss, new...
10/05/16 - Event
European Obesity Summit
At the European Obesity Summit in June in Gothenburg, Sweden, Dr Hjortur Gislason, Lead Metabolic Surgeon in Aleris Hospital, Kristianstad, Sweden and Oslo, Norway, will host a high volume fast track...
27/04/16 - Event
Live obesity surgery report
Any bariatric surgery is a big challenge for each surgeon. Sophisticated anatomy ,special difficult anatomical peculiarities and obesity-associated comorbidities distinguish this kind of surgery from...
21/03/16 - Event
OSSICON 2016
Obesity Surgery Society of India has recently concluded its annual conference OSSICON 2016 in the beautiful Northern city of Chandigarh on the foothills of The Himalayas. With nearly 500 delegates,...
04/05/18 - Event
European Obesity Day
European Obesity Day, which takes place on Saturday May 19, is expected to significantly raise awareness of the benefits of bariatric surgery. The annual event, organised by the European Association...
12/02/18 - Event
MGB-OAGB 2018 Conference
The mini-gastric bypass  (MGB) and its variant, the one-anastomosis gastric bypass (OAGB), have increased remarkably over the last decade.  They are now the 3rd most common bariatric operation and...
06/10/17 - Event
Brazilian Congress of Bariatric Surgery
Among patients suffering from morbid obesity in Brazil and undergoing bariatric surgery there is a period between five and seven years, 95% said they are satisfied with bariatric surgery and 98%...

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