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DS vs SIPS-Bariatric Surgery Comparasion

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DS vs SIPS-Bariatric Surgery Comparasion

The aim of this study is to answer the question of whether the single anastomosis, 300 cm loop, duodenal switch (SIPS) is an equally effective, safe, simpler operation with less nutritional and surgical risks than the standard duodenal switch (DS) operation. Please note, this study does not provide a stipend or coverage for surgery.

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Procedure - SIPS Operation

The SIPS modification of the DS operation entails one less division of the small intestine and one less anastomosis, thereby reducing the time of the procedure.

Procedure - Standard Duodenal Switch Operation

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The Single Anastomosis, 300 cm Loop, Duodenal Switch (SIPS) Results in Less Nutritional Deficiencies Than the Standard Duodenal Switch (DS) Operation: A Multicenter, Randomized Controlled Trial

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NCT03236142

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