Gastric bypass risks tied to inexperienced hands

01/5/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Dozens of hospitals and physicians are rushing to provide gastric bypass surgeries, but research is showing laparoscopic surgery is made risky because of inexperienced surgeons. Research shows surgeons who have done fewer than 70 to 100 of the operations have complications more often.

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