Patients with more than 41,000 overweight, including seven teenage girls, are & # 39; horrible & # 39; in obesity surgery. Increase NHS got new hips and knees last year at a price of £ 200 million.
- Since 2009, joint replacement surgery has increased by 575%
- Over 25,000 patients had migrated, where obesity was a central factor
- The figure included seven teenage girls, aged 15 to 19
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For the growing number of joint transit surgery (file photo), the & # 39; National Obesity Crisis & # 39; Is convicted.
Last year more people with over 41,000 people needed joint replacement operations because health officials warn of the national emergency of obesity.
Patients doing replacement surgery instead of knees or hips have increased six times in eight years, in 2009-2010, 41,761 in 6,191 to 2017-2018.
Seven juveniles were included in the number and in this process 575% increase in the NHS Spending £ 200 million a year.
Health officials examined Sunday Times & # 39; Horrible & # 39; Calling the findings of & # 39; National Obesity Crisis & # 39; Warned about
Theresa May and Health Secretary Matt Hancock will begin to spend an additional 20.5 billion pounds in one year by 2023-2024.
But Tommy Fry, chairman of the National Mébacity Forum, said that & # 39; years ago & # 39; Procedure should be made and accusative governments should be accused of continuous action.
It has been found in the investigation that last year, 25,577 patients had replaced the hip or knee, in which obesity was the main or the second most important factor.
And another 16,184 patients made a joint transfer, in which obesity was given as primary or secondary diagnosis. Seven of them were between 15 and 19 years old.
Women have more than 8,000 more operations than men and Royal National Orthopedic Hospital says that children with hip replacement surgery were rarely scarce for the past 12 months.
But obese children are significantly more at risk of serious hep disorder, which may require surgery.
The Royal College of Physicians (ArsP) have claimed in the last week that unless the obesity is known to the disease, the rate is not likely to go down.
Health Bose has warned that the continuous governments have failed to address the obesity issues of the country
One third of primary school is overweight or obese, and two in three adults are overweight or obese.
The combined replacement surgery is around £ 5,000 and in 2017-18 there are 41,761 obesity related replacement surgeries, which means the NHS annual expenditure is more than 200 million pounds.
Jane Devil-Almond Chairman of the British Medesity Society says that parents should reduce sugar in their children's diet.
Shadow Health Secretary John Ashworth said that teenagers who have undergone replacement surgery have been & # 39; shock waves & # 39; by the government. Should be sent.
Public Health England says obesity & # 39; NHS And have a serious effect on the health of individuals.
The body says that it responds by dealing with the food industry to provide healthy food.