20 percent of bariatric surgery candidates not psychologically cleared for surgery A new study by Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University researchers reported that 18 % of 500 candidates for bariatric surgery did not receive the initial psychiatric clearance for the surgery. The study is the 1st to examine the reliability of decisions to obvious candidates for surgery, and the largest to look for the %age of applicants who are not cleared and detail the nice reasons for exclusion. In the October edition of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry It was published http://www.sildenafil-online.org/oncological-examinations.html .
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