Sleeve surgery on the stomach gastric surgery for weight loss. That a smaller amount of food your stomach to decrease.
Stomach sleeve surgery, a large part of your stomach is removed and a new, smaller stomach the size of a banana creates. Your new stomach size reduces the amount of food you consume. You can eat a meal and a long time will feel full. Food normally is absorbed, it passes through your intestines from the stomach not pass.
In the gastric stomach sleeve surgery performed by Dr. Noorshafiee, a small stomach will be created using specialized devices for this operation, and the rest of your stomach will be permanently removed. Your stomach size is reduced by approximately 75%.
Surgical surgery can be done in one step. Or it can be the first step before performing other weight loss surgery such as a gastric bypass.
Before your gastric slaughter surgery, you will get a general anesthetic that will make you sleep.
Stomach Sleeve Surgery is usually done using a small camera called a laparoscopic stomach that allows Dr. Noorshafiee to see the stomach.
Dr. Noorshafiee creates two to five small cuts in your abdomen, and transmits laparoscopy and other tools for surgery through these holes. It removes a large part of your stomach and squeezes the remaining parts of the stomach. This makes the stomach formed as a vertical or banana tube.
This method takes 60 to 90 minutes.
Gastric Surgery was introduced in 1988 as a beryric surgery for treating obesity, the most commonly called "Biliopancreatic". This surgery had a high risk of stomach pains before surgery.
Stomach sleeve surgery The first step in the two-stage treatment of obesity has shown excellent results and led to gastric slaughter surgery as an independent method. As a result, since 2003, Stomach surgery has been presented as a separate surgical procedure.
In 2012, the ASMBS Society for Metabolism and Surgery issued a statement on gastric slaughter surgery as a new surgical procedure.
If you prefer weight loss surgery to lose weight by limiting the amount of food you eat and does not interfere with the intake of food, then stomach sleeve surgery can be the best option for you.
You should keep in mind that body weight usually decreases slowly and you need exercise and diet plan to lose weight. After stomach sleeve surgery, it is not possible to return to the stomach.
Your BMI may indicate that you should not have another surgical procedure first, and in this case, Dr. Noorshafiee may offer stomach surgery to lose weight, so he will lose more weight after the second surgery. give.
It's best to talk to Dr. Noorshafiee about weight loss surgical options and the most appropriate surgical method.
Usually in weight loss surgery, such as gastric slaughter surgery, you can not lose weight and maintain your weight in the long term with diet and exercise.
If the BMI is 40 or more, or if you have at least 45 kg of overweight, this method is recommended. It may also be advisable if you have a BMI of 35 or more, as well as a serious medical condition that may improve your weight loss. Some of these conditions include sleep apnea, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Stomach surgery may also be offered to treat people who are very obese or have a BMI of 60 or older.
Dr. Noorshafiee will talk to you about this surgical technique and if you are eligible for this kind of weight loss surgery, surgery will be done.
Stomach Surgery Surgery will dramatically reduce your caloric intake. You can eat as usual with smaller meals. This can lead to a dramatic reduction in weight over a relatively short period. In clinical trials patients lost an average of 66% of their excess weight.
As it maintains the pyloric (valve that regulates gastric emptying). It allows the food to survive in the stomach, which makes you feel more sore.
Stomach sleeve surgery does not affect the in take of food, so nutritional deficiencies may be less common.
The part of your stomach that contains the hormone that causes appetite is called ghrelin, it has been removed during surgery, so hunger is less felt in this way.
Losing weight after a stomach sleeve surgery can also improve many of your medical conditions. Conditions that may improve include asthma, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, obstructive sleep apnea, high cholesterol, and digestive diseases.
As with any weight loss surgery, there are potential risks and it is important to know them before surgery. Most patients have no complications after gastric ulcer surgery, but complications can occur and depend on your health status.
Potential Complications of Stomach Sleeve Surgery:
Gastrointestinal contents leak from the main line that can lead to serious infection.
Injuries to adjacent organs such as the stomach and intestines during surgery.
Gastritis (stomach fluid inflammation), heartburn, or stomach ulcer.
A scarring inside your stomach that can block your intestine in the future.
Vomiting due to excessive overeating.
When preparing for weight surgery, you should be able to make lifelong commitments to major changes in your diet and lifestyle.
Always tell your surgeon what medications, vitamins, herbs and other supplements you are taking.
Try to start a healthy lifestyle in the weeks before your surgery.
After a drink, try soup and nourish.
Make sure all medications that you need after surgery are available.
After 2 or 3 days of surgery, you are discharged from the hospital. You should drink fluids after surgery. Under the supervision of your dietitian, you should have a special diet. Finally, the meals should be small. Your small stomach bag is quickly filled and after eating a very small amount of food, you should feel the sauce.
When discharged, if your doctor tells you to be given a home, for the first few days after surgery, you have to rest and have very little activity, as well as make sure that you are someone to help you at home.
If you have any questions or advice about stomach sleeve surgery, you can contact Dr. Noorshafiee.
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