What is Gastric Mini Bypass?
Mini Gastric Bypass Antalya, Gastric mini bypass, also known as the “mini gastric bypass” or “MGB,” is a type of weight-loss surgery that involves creating a small stomach pouch and connecting it directly to the small intestine, bypassing the majority of the stomach and a portion of the small intestine. This procedure is considered to be a restrictive and malabsorptive procedure, meaning that it limits the amount of food that can be consumed and reduces the absorption of calories from food.
The MGB procedure is a less invasive alternative to the traditional Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, which involves a larger stomach pouch and a more extensive rerouting of the intestines. The mini gastric bypass is performed laparoscopically, which means that it is done through small incisions in the abdomen, rather than through one large incision. Because the procedure is less invasive, recovery time is typically faster and patients can return to normal activities sooner.
One of the main advantages of the MGB is that it can lead to significant weight loss. Patients can expect to lose between 50-70% of their excess weight within the first year after surgery. However, results may vary depending on factors such as the patient’s starting weight, compliance with post-surgery guidelines, and overall health.
The MGB procedure may be recommended for patients who are morbidly obese and have a BMI of 40 or higher, or for those who have a BMI of 35 or higher and have a significant obesity-related health
About Gastric Mini Bypass Surgery
How is Gastric Mini Bypass Surgery Performed?
Mini Gastric Bypass is an obesity surgery that reduces the volume of the stomach and also reduces the absorption of food from part of the small intestine. Surgery is completely laparoscopic method. In other words, large incisions are not made on the abdomen. All are applied by making 5 incisions under 1 cm. From these holes, a camera and surgical instruments necessary for surgery are placed in the abdomen.
At the entrance to the stomach, a small gastric tube is formed and completely separated from the rest of the stomach. The main stomach that will be used after surgery is a new stomach particle that is turned into this small tube. In conclusion, no organ is removed. Most of the remaining part of the stomach remains dormant in the abdomen and therefore, continues to produce its secretions.
What will be Waiting For Me After Gastric Mini Bypass Surgery?
Most important benefit of Gastric Sleeve Surgery is , that it restricts of Absorption and Hormonal Regulation.
When supported with a healthy dietary system and exercise, you can be enabled to lose 65-85% of your excess weight within the first postoperative period. For this procedure to provide optimal result, it is important to take Vitamin Supplements after the surgery.
- Reduces volume of the stomach and consumption of food
- Lose 65% – 85% of your excess weight
- High success on weight loss
- Prevention of additional health problems
Under Generel Anaesthesia
of Your Excess Weight
Greater Than 35
Am I Eligible For Gastric Mini Bypass Surgery?
For a patient to be eligible for a gastric bypass surgery, there are some rules and regulations, that our surgeons follows. A patient must fall in one of these categories to be eligible for gastric bypass surgery.
These conditions are:
+Your body mass index score (BMI) is 40 or more
+Your body mass index score (BMI) is 35 or more, and you have health problems that may be recovered by losing weight.
+You have tried to lose weight by a healthy diet, exercise, and using slimming medicines for more than six months without any response.
It would be best to commit to a special healthy diet after the surgery that fits the new changes in your stomach.
What Is Included In Mini Bypass Surgery Package
- Gastric Mini Bypass Surgery
- Medical Insurance
- Covidien / Ethicon Tristaple
- Transfers between airport – hospital – hotel
- Assistance for medical services
- Nutritionist Consultation
- Medication and After Care Support
- Lifetime aftercare
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