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There was a significant positive correlation between the level of education attained and the knowledge of the definition of morbid obesity (-0.090, p=0.002).
Hospitalised patients with morbid obesity have longer length of stay (Hauck & Hollingsworth, 2010), higher likelihood of intensive care admission, and greater risk of readmission within 28 days of discharge than those who are obese (Fusco, Robertson, Galindo, Hakendorf, & Thompson, 2017).
Hoeller et al., "Laparoscopically implanted gastric pacemaker after kidney-pancreas transplantation: Treatment of morbid obesity and diabetic gastroparesis," Obesity Surgery, vol.
Frezza, "Laparoscopic vertical sleeve gastrectomy for morbid obesity. The future procedure of choice?," Surgery Today, vol.
Obesity and morbid obesity caused the most significant increase of early cancer in esophageal cancer: a 56% increase in obese patients and 166% increase in morbidly obese patients (Table 2).
There was no significant association between current smoking and the body weight of study subjects (P = 0.58), but as odds, we found that smokers may have 2.59 times more chance to be overweight, 2.37 times to be obese, and 2.68 times to have morbid obesity (data not shown).
Methods: A total of 120 cases admitted to the paediatric endocrinology department with the complaint of morbid obesity between 2002 and 2015 were included in this study.
"We are receiving a large number of patients from Oman who seek treatment for morbid obesity," Carlyne Remedios told Times of Oman on the sideline of the International Medical Tourism Exhibition and Conference at the Oman Exhibition Centre.
Individuals in the control group were significantly older than morbid obesity group subjects, 61.5 and 42.6 years, respectively (P < 0.001).
Morbid obesity is even more likely to affect someone's life expectancy than being categorized as obese.
THE number of people having surgery for morbid obesity has almost doubled, we can reveal.
Clinically severe or morbid obesity (BMI >40 or 50 kg [m.sup.-2]) has far more serious health consequences than moderate obesity for patients, and creates additional challenges for providers.