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Gastric Balloon Quiz

Gastric Balloon Quiz

Please check True or False for each question.
The endoscopic gastric balloon has no adverse risks.
The endoscopic gastric balloon must be removed six months after implantation.
The endoscopic gastric balloon treatment does not require dietary, behavioral or exercise changes.
The endoscopic gastric balloon can cause severe nausea and vomiting after implantation.
Occasionally, nausea and vomiting need to be treated with IV hydration.
The endoscopic gastric balloon can produce a gastric or esophageal hole and blockage.
The endoscopic gastric balloon program requires me to attend monthly follow-up appointments at UC Irvine Health.
Blue color in your urine means that a portion of the balloon has torn and requires medical attention.
You may not achieve your desired weight loss with intragastric balloon therapy.
You need to take several medications after implantation of the endoscopic gastric balloon to lessen side effects such as nausea and vomiting.
 
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