Types of Bariatric Surgeries


SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY - BANDED AND CONVENTIONAL



The vertical sleeve gastrectomy, or sleeve gastrectomy, is a type of restrictive weight loss surgery. It causes weight loss by restricting the amount of food that a person can consume before feeling full...

MINI GASTRIC BYPASS / SINGLE ANASTOMOSIS GASTRIC BYPASS



MGB is very successful (50-70% excess weight loss) as a primary weight loss procedure, especially in type II DM. It can be used on patients who have failed previous restrictive procedures, sweet eaters...

LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY/DUODENAL JEJUNAL BYPASS



This is a new procedure, specifically designed for patients with Diabetes Mellitus with or without obesity.This combines the restrictive effect of a vertical sleeve gastrectomy, and also the...

REVISION BARIATRIC SURGERY



Revision Bariatric Surgery is performed to alter or repair one of the many types of weight loss surgery for the treatment of morbid obesity. The two currently popular procedures, Roux-en-Y gastric bypass...

REVISION OF COMPLICATIONS OF BARIATRIC SURGERY



Risks are usually categorized as immediate risks which include bleeding, Deep Vein Thrombosis, injury to neighboring organs (like oesophagus and spleen), shoulder pain and delayed risks, such as Pneumonia.

ROBOTIC BARIATRIC SURGERY



Robotic surgery (or robot-assisted surgery) involves the use of robotic systems to aid in surgical procedures. Some of its major benefits over traditional (open) and laparoscopic surgeries include...

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