=0;i--){o+=x.charAt(i);}return o" + receive obesity surgery each year, based on an average across the 30-40 undertaken over the last 5 years and data from the National Bariatric Surgery Registry (2014) that shows that 23 primary operations for patients aged 12-17 were undertaken between 2011 – 2013. Our aim was to analyze the NBSR to determine whether the effects of obesity surgery on associated co-morbidities observed in small randomized controlled clinical trials could be replicated in a "real life" setting within U.K. healthcare. //htm21\\\\02\\\\02\\\\" + //--> Data from the Swedish national registry for bariatric surgery. Setting. Reporting of revisional surgery rates according to major and minor, expressed as % of workload of each surgeon. **** Data suppressed as low numbers to prevent potential identification of individual patients. Revision surgery does not include reoperations for immediate postoperative complications. A full description of the structure and function of the steering committee is provided in the relevant Terms of Reference (ToR) document. Bariatric surgery is becoming increasingly popular with the rising prevalence of obesity. ch-2015.pdf, http://www.bomss.org.uk/commissioning-guide-weight-assessment-and-management-clinics-tier-3/, http://www.bomss.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/BOMSS-Professional-Standards-March-2013.pdf, Publishing the names of the hospitals whose total patient records were >10% fewer than they should be according to HES, Adding the percentage of initial patient records that are ‘green for complete’. national bariatric surgery registry version 2
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http://rs2.e-dendrite.com/csp/BARIATRIC/cdb/BAR/UpLoad/NBSR%20User%20Guide%20Summary%20July%2009.pdf, 7NBSR Policy for Identification of Potential Outliers. "\\\\XYDGEfJBMK300\\\\|\\\"\\\\{qhrn9:K6~a=uc771\\\\! National Bariatric Surgery Registry, and comply with the data requirements of the registry. The BOMSS commissioning guide advises that units should have at least 2 surgeons and the annual volume of procedures should be at least 100 for the hospital and 40 for the individual surgeons. The Registry tracks the performance of hospitals, surgeons and devices. If you have a choice of surgery provider we encourage you to look at the data published for each hospital and discuss what it means with your GP. Tel: 020 869 6115/6116, British Obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society (BOMSS) "=48){try{x+=x;l+=l;}catch(e){}}for(i=l-1;i>=0;i--){o+=x.charAt(i);}return o" + receive obesity surgery each year, based on an average across the 30-40 undertaken over the last 5 years and data from the National Bariatric Surgery Registry (2014) that shows that 23 primary operations for patients aged 12-17 were undertaken between 2011 – 2013. Our aim was to analyze the NBSR to determine whether the effects of obesity surgery on associated co-morbidities observed in small randomized controlled clinical trials could be replicated in a "real life" setting within U.K. healthcare. //htm21\\\\02\\\\02\\\\" + //--> Data from the Swedish national registry for bariatric surgery. Setting. Reporting of revisional surgery rates according to major and minor, expressed as % of workload of each surgeon. **** Data suppressed as low numbers to prevent potential identification of individual patients. Revision surgery does not include reoperations for immediate postoperative complications. A full description of the structure and function of the steering committee is provided in the relevant Terms of Reference (ToR) document. Bariatric surgery is becoming increasingly popular with the rising prevalence of obesity. ch-2015.pdf, http://www.bomss.org.uk/commissioning-guide-weight-assessment-and-management-clinics-tier-3/, http://www.bomss.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/BOMSS-Professional-Standards-March-2013.pdf, Publishing the names of the hospitals whose total patient records were >10% fewer than they should be according to HES, Adding the percentage of initial patient records that are ‘green for complete’.

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