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Gastric Bypass

Gastric Bypass

One of the most prevalent health issues on the planet today is being overweight. Gastric Bypass is one of the therapy options available to address this issue.

What is Gastric Bypass? How to apply?

Gastric bypass surgery is a type of weight loss surgery. This is one of the most popular procedures for treating obesity all around the world.

Before this operation which is performed with laparoscopy that is called as close method, health values are examined and treatment plan is created. Gastric Bypass surgery starts with small incisions in the abdomen. These incisions are entered with robotic arms and a video camera. This process is administered by integrating an artificial small stomach right to the stomach. This artificial stomach, which is also connected with trachea and intestine, lets the food that is taken from the mouth to pass directly to the intestine. 

How does Gastric Bypass work? 

Gastric Bypass, which lets the food that is taken from the mouth to pass directly to the intestine, is one of the most accurate methods for the patients whose goals are rapid weight loss. It reduces overeating by inducing inappetency and a sense of fullness over time.

When does weight loss starts after Gastric Bypass operation? 

In approximately 1-2 years, the entire targeted weight loss is achieved. To achieve the targeted weight loss, it is important for patients to implement practices and diet methods, which are recommended by the doctors, to their lives during and after the procedure. 

Is it possible to be discharged immediately after Gastric Bypass operation?

After the operation, patients stay in the hospital 2 or 3 days long for control purposes.  

Who is a candidate for Gastric Bypass operation?

Patients who have a body mass index over 35,

Patients who have diabetes,

Patients who consume snacks with high calorie and coke mainly are candidates for this operation.

How can I have a Gastric Bypass operation?

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