Journal of Obesity Management

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Obesity Management-anesthesia management in bariatric surgery-Paola Aceto


Catholic University if Sacred Heart

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Paola Aceto


Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care,
Policlinico A. Gemelli, Largo Gemelli, 8; 00168 Rome, Italy.

Research Interests:

anesthesia management in bariatric surgery, anesthesia management in liver transplantation, neuroscience.



  1. Perioperative management of thymectomy.
  2. Fear of missing out (FOMO) is associated with activation of the right middle temporal gyrus during inclusion social cue.
  3. Internet addiction: Hours spent online, behaviors and psychological symptoms.
  4. Attachment style predict compliance, quality of life and renal function in adult patients after kidney transplant: Preliminary results.
  5. Emotional self-efficacy and alexithymia may affect compliance, renal function and quality of life in kidney transplant recipients: Results from a preliminary cross-sectional study.
  6. Effects of different types of contingent tactile stimulation on crying, smiling, and sleep in newborns: An observational study.
  7. Low values of left ventricular ejection time in the post-anhepatic phase may be associated with occurrence of primary graft dysfunction after orthotopic liver transplantation: Results of a single-centre case-control study.
  8. Analgesia in thoracic surgery: Review.
  9. Monitoring cerebral oxygen saturation in elderly patients undergoing general abdominal surgery: A prospective cohort study.
  10. Continuous Monitoring of Cerebral Oxygen Saturation in Elderly Patients Undergoing Major Abdominal Surgery Minimizes Brain Exposure to Potential Hypoxia.