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Obesity Symposium. Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital Speakers from Advocate Attendance from hospitals and Medical Groups Attendance includes: Ancillary staff, Nurses and Physicians Goals for 2012-13: OBESITY AWARENESS. CME/CEU disclosure of information. Speakers.

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Obesity symposium

Obesity Symposium

  • Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital

  • Speakers from Advocate

  • Attendance from hospitals and Medical Groups

  • Attendance includes: Ancillary staff, Nurses and Physicians

  • Goals for 2012-13:

    OBESITY AWARENESS


Cme ceu disclosure of information

CME/CEU disclosure of information

  • Speakers

  • Event Planners


Causes of w eight gain

Causes of Weight Gain

  • Genetics

  • Intake of Calories

  • Absorption of calories

  • Calories burned

  • Calories IN –Calories OUT


Prevalence of self reported obesity among u s adults brfss 2011

Prevalence of Self-Reported Obesity Among U.S. AdultsBRFSS, 2011

Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, CDC.

Prevalence reflects BRFSS methodological changes in 2011, and these estimates should not be compared to previous years.


2009 age adjusted estimates of the percentage of adults with diagnosed diabetes in illinois

2009 Age-Adjusted Estimates of the Percentage of Adults† with Diagnosed Diabetes in Illinois

CDC Diabetes data and trends

DuPage County 6.8%

DeKalb County 7.9%

Cook County 8.8%

Kane County 8.1%

Will County 8.6%


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County-level Estimates of Diagnosed Diabetes among Adults aged ≥ 20 years: United States 2009

Age-adjustedpercent

www.cdc.gov/diabetes


Definition severe or morbid obesity

Definition – Severe or Morbid Obesity

100 lb > Ideal body weight Body Mass Index (BMI) > 35


Obesity is a metabolic disease

Obesity is a Metabolic Disease

Sleep apnea

Liver disease

Asthma

  • Increases your chance of developing one of these and/or additional diseases

Heart disease

Gallbladder disease

High blood pressure

Type 2 diabetes

GERD

Menstrual/Infertility problems

Osteoarthritis

Gout

The Current State of Bariatric Surgery l February 18, 2010 l


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Comorbidity ResolutionAfter Bariatric Surgery

  • Resolution or improvement of comorbidities

  • Only surgery has resulted in weight maintenance for the long-term

The Current State of Bariatric Surgery l February 18, 2010 l


Obesity treatment guide

Obesity Treatment Guide

BMI Category (kg/m2)

Source: The Practical Guide: Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults. National Institutes of Health. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. October 2000, NIH Publication No. 00-4084.


Surgical treatment for morbid obesity

Surgical Treatment For Morbid Obesity

Lap-BAND® , Gastric Bypass, and Gastric Sleeve


Overall risk non surgical vs surgical

Overall Risk Non Surgical vs. Surgical

Non Surgical Treatment

Surgical Treatment


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Normal AnatomyStomach & Intestines

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Surgical treatment morbid obesity

Surgical TreatmentMorbid Obesity

GASTRIC BYPASS

  • Two weight loss components

    • Reduces the size of the stomach

    • Reduces calorie absorption

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Gastric Bypass


Surgical treatment morbid obesity1

Surgical TreatmentMorbid Obesity

Lap-BAND®

  • One weight loss component

    • Reduces the size of the stomach

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Surgery Lap-BAND®


Surgical treatment morbid obesity2

Surgical TreatmentMorbid Obesity

SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY

Procedure that removes 2/3’s of the stomach

Restrictive only


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  • Laparoscopic Gastric Sleeve


Duodenal switch ds

Duodenal Switch (DS)

  • Start with Sleeve gastrectomy

  • Perform long bypass

  • 2 components Partially restrictive and malabsorptive


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DS


Gastric bypass vs lap band vs gastric sleeve vs duodenal switch

Gastric Bypass vs Lap-BAND®vsGastric SleevevsDuodenal Switch


Gastric bypass vs band vs sleeve vs ds

Gastric Bypass vs BANDvs Sleeve vs DS


Gastric bypass vs sleeve vs band vs ds

Gastric Bypass vs Sleevevs BAND vs DS


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