Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases (SOARD) is the official journal of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. This international journal is devoted to the publication of peer-reviewed manuscripts with objective data regarding techniques of the treatment of severe obesity.
Articles document the effects of surgically induced weight loss on obesity physiological, psychiatric and social co-morbidities. The Editorial Board includes internationally prominent individuals who are devoted to the optimal treatment of the severely obese and include internists, psychiatrists, surgeons, and nutritional experts.
To access SOARD articles online, visit www.soard.org to login.
Subscribe to SOARD
All ASMBS surgeon/physician members receive complimentary subscriptions to SOARD. Integrated health members can subscribe to SOARD for an additional fee. Learn more about ASMBS membership.
IFSO Members who belong to the European, Latin America or Asian Pacific chapters can subscribe to SOARD at a special IFSO member discount. If you’re a member of an eligible IFSO chapter, subscribe to SOARD here.
- All others can subscribe to SOARD on the SOARD website.
SOARD Journal Club
The editors of SOARD host a monthly moderated Journal Club discussion group on Twitter, @SOARDJC, using #SOARDJC. Each month one article is chosen and made available to download from the journal’s official site.
July 2015 Journal Club
“Gastroesophageal reflux in laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: hiatal findings and their management influence outcome”
Discussion takes place July 20-23, 2015
Moderator: Author David Martin, MD
The ASMBS would like to welcome you to SOARD Journal CME – a free CME service available to ASMBS members.
Two articles per issue, beginning with July/August 2012, are housed online for members to read, evaluate, complete a post-test for self-assessment, claim credits, and print CME certificates. Additional information and links related to SOARD and the SOARD Journal CME are available on the ASMBS website.
Read the article, complete your evaluations, and claim your credits all in one location! Be sure to take advantage of this exclusive CME opportunity.
Impact of accreditation in bariatric surgery
Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 10 (2014)767-773
Three-year weight outcomes from a bariatric surgery registry in a large integrated healthcare system.
Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 10 (2014) 396-404
Changes in post-prandial glucose and pancreatic hormones, and steady-state insulin and free fatty acids after gastric bypass surgery
Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 10 (2014) 1-8
Is selection bias toward super obese patients in the rationing of metabolic surgery justified?
Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 9 (2013) 981-986 [/tab]
Endoluminal revision of gastric bypass for weight regain—a systematic review
Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 9 (2013) 335–343
Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Perioperative Nutritional, Metabolic, and Nonsurgical Support of the Bariatric Surgery Patient — 2013 Update
Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 9 (2013) 159–191
Effects of bariatric surgery on diabetic nephropathy after 5 years of follow-up
Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases 9 (2013) 7–14