Several studies proved that bariatric surgery is linked to the reduction of cardiovascular deaths and events like stroke and heart attacks among the most obese people.
Obesity in most obese people is linked to increased mortality and cardiovascular events. Bariatric surgery was also linked to a lower number of heart attacks overall, fewer strokes, and fewer fatal strokes.
There are several benefits of undergoing bariatric surgery and some of those benefits are independent of the level of the surgically provoked weight loss.
Few studies have revealed that the advantages of gastric surgery for exceptionally obese people can consist of long-term modifications in body weight, improved life quality, and fewer occurrences of cancer and diabetes.
Bariatric surgery results in weight loss, but the overall advantage of improved permanence resulting from those operations continues to be definitively proven because the expected health benefits do not necessarily exceed the risks of weight loss operations.