30-Day MorBidity and MortaLity of Primary Bariatric SurgEry combiNed with Another ProceDure (cholecystectomy and/or ventral hernia repair and/or hiatal hernia repair): A TUGS Multinational Audit
1) The primary objective is to find out the 30-day mortality and morbidity of any primary bariatric surgery combined with a cholecystectomy and/or ventral hernia repair and/or hiatal hernia repair.
2) The secondary objective is to find out the factors associated with 30-day morbidity and mortality of such surgical procedures.
1)All consecutive patients undergoing any primary bariatric surgery combined with a cholecystectomy and/or ventral hernia repair and/or hiatal hernia repair between 1st January 2022 and 30th June 2022 at your centre (The study date may be extended depending on the numbers recruited)
2)Only include primary bariatric surgery
3)Adults (>/=18 years)
1)Patients who fall outside the above dates
2)Patients undergoing revisional bariatric surgery or endoscopic bariatric procedure
3)Patients <18 years of age.
4)Patients undergoing surgery other than cholecystectomy or ventral hernia repair or hiatal hernia repair with primary bariatric surgery
1 patient's complete dataset = 1 collaborative authorship
10 patients' complete dataset = 1 named authorship