Role of Anesthesiologists in Obesity

Anaesthesia and surgery may entail considerable risk for obese patients. Recent United Kingdom government statistics recommend that 20% of adults are obese and 1% morbidly obese. Obesity may be a multi-system disorder, significantly involving the metabolic process and cardiovascular systems, thus a multidisciplinary approach is needed. A Body Mass Index of >35 kg m-2 with associated with comorbidity, or >40 kg m-2 while not significant comorbidity, is considered, be morbidly obese >55 kg m-2 is considered super-morbidly obese. Obese patients create Anaesthesiologists’ work a lot of arduous. Obese patients, particularly morbidly obese and super weighty patients, are at increased risk when they would like surgery.

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