Did you possibly mean barbaric?
- From Ancient Greek βαρύς (barus, "heavy") + Ancient Greek ἰατρός (iatros, "doctor") + -ic (Wiktionary)
“Also, why is medical tourism in bariatric surgery more risky than in other types of surgery, like cosmetic surgery for example?”
“Readers with a particular interest in bariatric surgery should be aware of the new comprehensive guidelines for the perioperative nutritional, metabolic, and non-surgical support for the bariatric surgery patient jointly published by the American Association of Clinical Endocriologists, The Obesity Society, and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, also published as a supplement to this month’s issue of OBESITY.”
“Surgery for weight loss (called bariatric surgery) used to be seen as a last resort.”
“Surgery for weight loss called bariatric surgery used to be seen as a last resort.”
“It's called a bariatric surgeon is the specialty, the area.”
“Most of these so-called bariatric surgeries, where the stomach is either stapled or shrunk surgically by removing part of the stomach, are performed by surgeons who, like most cosmetic surgeons in America, haven't been specially certified to do this kind of operation.”
“A leading expert said people in Wales are dying because the operations - known as bariatric corrsurgery - are not being funded.”
“However, not all patients who undergo so-called bariatric weight reduction surgery need a cosmetic procedure after their dramatic weight loss, said one doctor who's an obesity expert.”
“Weight-loss surgery, also known as bariatric surgery, should be considered for obese women of childbearing age who may wish to start a family, the study authors noted in a news release from the journal.”
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