Mashhad Obesity Surgery

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Mashhad Obesity Surgery

Surgery for obesity in Mashhad (Weight Loss Surgery), conducted by Dr. Sadjad Noorshafiee, a Laparoscopy Specialist, includes various methods for people with obesity. Decrease your weight by reducing stomach contents with a stomach or removing a stomach (gastrectomy sleeves or dioptric biopsy with a duodenal valve) or destroying and transferring the small intestine to a gastric sac (gastric bypass surgery).

Mashhad Obesity Surgery

Long-term studies indicate that these methods can significantly reduce long-term weight, improve diabetes, improve cardiovascular risk factors, and reduce mortality from 40 to 23 percent. The US National Institutes of Health recommends that pregnancy is prescribed for obese people with a BMI of at least 40, and for people with a BMI of at least 35 and serious gay illnesses, such as diabetes.

However, there is an emerging research that suggests that pregnancy surgery can be appropriate for those with a BMI of 35 to 40 with no correlation or BMI of 30 to 35 with significant accompaniment. The latest American Association for Metabolic Surgery and Bariatric Surgery reports a statement about the BMI agreement as a sign of pregnancy surgery. Recent guidelines show that every patient with a BMI of more than 30 with associated illnesses is a candidate for a pregnancy surgery.

Mashhad Obesity Surgery

Methods can be divided into three main categories: blocking, limiting and mixing. US Care Standards and many industrialized countries have laparoscopy as open procedures in 2009 with endoscopy.

Blocking methods
Some methods limit the intake of food, although they also reduce the size of the stomach.

Since gallstones are a common symptom of rapid weight loss after any type of surgery, some surgeons remove gallbladder as a preventive measure during BPD. Others prefer to prescribe medications to reduce the risk of gallstones after surgery.

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