Diabetes, contact: Reader Nils Wierup. I Malmö utför vi operationer även i offentlig regi och då på Centralsjukhuset i Kristianstad. Jcem jc.2012-3996; doi:10.1210/jc.2012-3996, contact: Nils Wierup, Reader in Experimental Endocrinology. They may not be attributable to the operation itself, but rather to factors such as weight loss and reduced food intake, says Nils Wierup. A study at Lund University Diabetes Centre in Sweden has now shown that the insulin-producing beta cells increase in number and performance after the surgery. För kontakt med ansvariga på våra kliniker,. Kajsa Järvholm believes that it is important to continue studying the group of adolescent patients. För den som är intresserad av överviktskirurgi kan vi erbjuda den behandling som bäst passar varje individ. . The group at Lund University Diabetes Centre found that the pigs beta cells improve their insulin secretion. The reason why we have now studied pigs is that they are omnivores like us and their gastrointestinal physiology is similar to that of humans.
The first results have now been published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. The study is the largest two-year follow-up in the world regarding mental health in adolescents who have undergone a form of weight-loss surgery known as gastric bypass. The Swedish study is therefore based on an internationally unique and large group of patients. The researchers also studied tissue from the pigs pancreas, the organ where the beta cells are located, something that is almost impossible to do in humans. What interests the researchers in the current study is the side-effect of the operation a rapid recovery from type 2 diabetes. She also considers it necessary to provide psychosocial support for young people undergoing gastric bypass surgery, especially those who do not feel better mentally even if they lost weight. Aleris Obestias Malmö eller, aleris Obesitas Stockholm. There are some clear results, according to Kajsa Järvholm, a researcher and psychologist at Lund University. The participants were given a set amount of a nutritional drink and blood samples were taken before, during and at short intervals after it was drunk. Contact: Kajsa Järvholm, Department of Psychology, Lund University kajsa dot jarvholm at psy dot lu dot. The researchers hope that the findings could lead to new methods of treatment for type 2 diabetes in the future.