NHS to Exercise Caution Before Advising Surgery for Obese Patients

by Savitha C Muppala on  July 25, 2011 at 5:47 PM Obesity News
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Obese patients and smokers will now have to get used to the advice from the NHS to 'heal themselves' instead of opting for surgical interventions.

This is a move taken by NHS doctors to help The NHS reduce its expenditure by £20 billion in the next 4 years.
 NHS to Exercise Caution Before Advising Surgery for Obese Patients
NHS to Exercise Caution Before Advising Surgery for Obese Patients

Doctors should advice smokers to participate in smoking cessation programs, and those with BMI more than 30, must enroll in weight management programs. These strategies must be attempted first rather than indiscriminate hip or knee replacement surgery or even weight loss surgery.



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