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Obese Patients Face Increased Risk of Kidney Damage After Heart Surgery

Health : Newswise Medical News

Obese patients have an increased risk of developing kidney damage, or acute kidney injury, after heart surgery. Oxidative stress associated with obesity seems to play a role in this increased risk.

Obese patients and smokers banned from routine surgery  in 'most severe ever' rationing in the NHS

Coming to an ObamaCare Near You: British NHS Bans Obese Patients and Smokers from Routine Surgery for Up to a Year In Most Severe Health-Care Rationing Yet

US Politics / Conservative : Ace of Spades HQ

You're fat? You smoke? Oh well then chap, you just don't have a very strong claim to life. Sorry old bean. Decisions must be made. Fitter people must be prioritized. By the way: "obese" means "over 30 on the BMI."...

Obese or Smoking NHS Patients Face Restrictions In Surgery and IVF, UK

Health : Medical News Today

According to Pulse, smokers and obese people will become subject to several new treatment restrictions, unless they alter their lifestyle. The restrictions have been placed by GP commissioners and NHS managers throughout the UK. In ...

GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE: Obese patients and smokers banned from routine surgery in ‘most severe eve…

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit

GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE: Obese patients and smokers banned from routine surgery in ‘most severe ever’ rationing in the NHS. “I think we are going to see more and more decisions like this.” You are surplus to the needs of the State.

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