This study is evaluating if measuring the patient’s resting metabolic rate (the number of calories the body burns at rest) before bariatric surgery can help predict successful weight loss after surgery. Patients from the Baylor Weight Loss Surgery Center who have met all of the requirements for primary bariatric surgery will undergo pre- and post-operative metabolic testing using a calorimeter, and their weight loss results will be measured. The goal of the study is to attempt to accurately predict if surgery will result in successful weight loss and help to guide patients for the best type of surgery for them.
This is an interventional study of approximately 50 patients, with a follow up of medical records 5 years after surgery. The study began on July 31st 2017 and is estimated to be completed by December 1st 2027.
- All patients scheduled for a primary bariatric surgery
- 18 years of age to no upper limit
This study is taking place at the Baylor Weight Loss Surgery Center in Dallas, Texas, United States, 75231. For further information, please contact Estrellita Ontiveros, MA on 214-820-5283 or at email@example.com.
Sponsors / Collaborators
This study is sponsored by the Baylor Research Institute, with Daniel Davis, DO as the Principal Investigator.
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