Psychological and social factors as predictors of procedure choice between endoscopic and laparoscopic sleeve: A cohort study in matched cases

Skye Marshall, Graeme Rich, Reza Adib, Felicity Cohen, Elizabeth Isenring

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Abstract

What we did:

• We examined if psychological and social factors
influenced choice of sleeve (more invasive LSG
vs less invasive ESG).

• 25 LSG and 25 ESG patients in Queensland,
Australia, were matched for age, sex, and BMI.
They had no significant differences in
demographics, comorbidities, nor body
composition.

• Pre-procedure weight-related psychological and
social factors were measured by the Impact of
Weight on Quality of Life-Lite tool (scored 0-
100%: lower % = worse quality of life).
Original languageEnglish
PublisherResearch Institute for Future Health
Publication statusPublished - 2023
Externally publishedYes

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