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Table 1 Basal demographic characteristics, comorbidities and type of bariatric surgery of studied population (n = 130)

From: Are there really any predictive factors for a successful weight loss after bariatric surgery?

Age (years)48 ± 9
Female106 (81.5%)
Body weight at first evaluation (kg)123.5 (109–133)
BMI at first evaluation (kg/m2)
BMI > 50 kg/m2
48 (42–51)
52 (40%)
Loss of 10% or more EBW before surgery46 (35%)
Impaired Fasting glucose
Type 2 diabetes mellitus
41 (31%)
34 (26%)
Hypertension74 (57%)
Dyslipidemia38 (29%)
Hypothyroidism36 (28%)
Previous cardiovascular event6 (5%)
Sleep apnea35 (27%)
Osteoarthrosis27 (21%)
Previous abdominal surgery66 (51%)
Depression or anxiety18 (14%)
Type of surgery
 RYGB49 (38%)
 OAGB64 (49%)
 Gastric sleeve17 (13%)
  1. BMI body mass index, EBW excess body weight, RYGB Y-Roux Gastric Bypass, OAGB One anastomosis gastric bypass