Patient-reported outcomes in bariatric surgery: a systematic review of standards of reporting.

Source: Obesity Reviews, 2013, DOI: 10.1111/obr.12041 (early view).

Follow this link for  abstract.

Date of publication: 3rd may, 2013.

Publication type: Systematic review.

In a nutshell: This systematic review examined bariatric surgery studies that used validated patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures. It found that whilst many studies used PRO measures, study design and reporting was poor and the authors suggested that more well-designed studies that include agreed PRO measures are needed to better  inform practice.

Length of publication: Not stated.

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