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This is an extensive critique of a short article about laparoscopic versus open gastric bypass surgery. The article looks at the early posoperative outcomes of the two surgeries, comparing lengths of hospital stays, complications, weight loss, and return to normal activities. Concludes that the article is a simple observational study.
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A The researchers in this study are looking to see if there is adifference between the early postoperative outcomes of laparoscopic gastricbypass surgery and open gastric bypass surgery The problem is statedclearly The problem is important to nursing in that the laparoscopicprocedure resulted in shorter hospital stays and in terms of the types ofcomplications seen after the two types of surgeries The problem was avery simplistic one which merely involved assessing the early outcomes ofthe two types of procedures and was very

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