Baca YÃ©pez, Anick Nadezhda1; Merino Torres, Juan Francisco2
Introduction: Cystic fibrosis is a multisystem and genetic disease usually accompanied by malnutrition, not overweight or obesity. Addressing the conjunction of these diseases and nutritional complications of bariatric surgery, this condition turns into a big problem.
Case Report: 28-year old men diagnosed by Cystic Fibrosis who develops morbid obesity and receives surgical treatment, post-surgery presents hypoglycemia symptoms. After the assessment is diagnosed as dumping syndrome and vitamin D deficiency, treated with a diet based on eliminating simple carbohydrates, symbiotic and vitamin D supplements.
Conclusions: The symptoms improved after treatment. However more studies focusing on the combination of the above problems and the development of optimal treatment are necessary.