In addition to the medical monitoring of the comorbidities listed above, the postoperative care of the bariatric-surgery patient requires additional components in phase two. This phase is characterized by a distinct set of complications as the patient struggles to learn new ways of eating and becomes skilled at interpreting physiological feedback. Psychological characteristics become a predominant factor in the postoperative visits, often characterized by food and weight obsessions.
The most common complication in this phase after bariatric surgery is prolonged vomiting. A diet history recording dietary intake and portion sizes is important. After
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