Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery focuses on bringing alterations to your digestive system which consequently, helps you lose weight on an extensive scale. Basically, the surgery reduces the hormone Ghrelin - which if more stimulates appetite and promotes fat deposition in the body. The procedure also reduces the capacity to which a stomach can afford food. Bariatric Surgery is the most suitable for people whose BMI (Body Mass Index) exceeds 35. The perfect phase to direct an individual towards Bariatric Surgery is when they do not achieve any positive results in fighting obesity, even after relying on medications or bringing changes to their lifestyle.

Bariatric surgery can be suggested to anyone who is struggling with other health problems resulting from obesity, like Dyslepedemia, high Blood Pressure, sleep disorders, PCOD.

Mini Gastric Bypass(MGB)

Mini Gastric Bypass a special form of Bariatric/ Weight Loss Surgery involves making a sleeve of the stomach and attaching the small intestine at 6-8 feet of length. By doing that we reduce the size of the stomach and bypass the first 6-8 feet of the intestine as well. So this makes you eat less and absorption of fat and sugar is also decreased. Thereby, helping the treatment of morbid obesity by making you lose weight and treating your diabetes and other associated problems like sleep apnea etc. The MGB is easily reversible and revisable .It has shown a better weight loss as compared to other techniques and has been reported to be safer and a shorter procedure with better metabolic strength.

Sleeve Gastrectomy

Sleeve gastrectomy, or gastric sleeve, is a surgical weight loss procedure in which the stomach is reduced, by surgical removal of a large portion of the stomach, following the major curve.The procedure permanently removes a major part of the stomach.

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB)

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) is a type of weight-loss surgery that reduces the size of your stomach to a small pouch – about the size of an egg, and then attaches this pouch directly to the small intestine, bypassing most of the rest of the stomach and the upper part of the small intestine. Not only is the stomach pouch too small to hold large amounts of food, but by skipping the intestine,fat absorption is substantially reduced.