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Increased resting energy expenditure/body weight and decreased respiratory quotient correlate with satisfactory weight loss aft

Li et al.
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Used Parameters : FFM

Publication Year : 2020

Country : China

Journal : Obesity Surgery

Background Although bariatric surgery can achieve sustained weight loss, there are major differences in the magnitude of weight change post-operatively. Reduced resting energy expenditure (REE) plays an important role in unsatisfactory weight loss effect by contributing to positive energy balance. Objectives To identify pre-and post-surgical predictors related to satisfactory percent of total weight loss (% TWL) in Chinese individuals with obesity after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG). Methods A retrospective cohort study was …
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