Gastric Bypass Surgery

“Gastric bypass”, is one of the most commonly carry out bariatric procedures worldwide and has long been considered the “gold standard” of bariatric surgery. The gastric bypass was first innovated in 1967 and was performed as open surgery for several decades.  However, today, it is almost entirely performed by the laparoscopic (keyhole) approach. This gastric bypass is helps obese people lose weight in several different ways.  The small pouch restricts the amount of food that can be eaten. The connection between the small bowel and the gastric pouch re-routes the transit of food directly in to the small bowel.  Since the food does not go through the bypassed part of the stomach and duodenum there are metabolic and hormonal changes that lead to reduced appetite and an increased feeling of fullness.

 

  • Flexible Gastric Banding

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