Gastric Bypass Tunisia
Like weight loss surgeries, gastric bypass is a restrictive and
malabsorptive procedure. It designed to limit the amount of food
that you can eat and digest. At the Bariatric and Metabolic
Institute, we perform gastric bypass
using a minimally invasive approach. Patients who are suffering
from severe obesity can resort to the surgery after failing to
lose weight with diet and exercise.
As in bariatric surgeries, Tunisia gastric bypass aims at reducing the size of the stomach by creating a small pouch at the top of it using surgical staples or a plastic band. The resulting pouch is only about the size of a walnut and can hold about one ounce of food. After the pouch has been created, most of the stomach and part of the intestines are bypassed by attaching (usually stapling) part of the intestine to the small stomach pouch. As a result, a gastric bypass patient can not eat as much and absorbs fewer nutrients and calories.
Note that unlike the gastric band which can be removed, the bypass is an irreversible procedure.
Gastric bypass Tunisia Cost
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Gastric Bypass, the surgical procedure
Roux-en-Y gastric bypass is a commonly performed laparoscopic surgery. It involves the creation of a small cut at the top of the stomach that the surgeon connects to the small intestine. In other words, the surgical approach is made to bypass the rest of the stomach.
Gastric bypass can also be carried out through open surgery.
Gastric Bypass Tunisia, after the surgery
After the surgery, the patients will be unable to eat during the first 2 days. Then, they must be on a liquid diet for a period that the surgeon fixes. Regular medical follow-ups and laboratory tests are highly necessary during the first months.
Gastric Bypass Tunisia : the result
Losing weight after re-routing the digestive system depends on the patient’s commitment to maintain good dietary habits. A considerable weight loss can be achieved 12 months and 18 months after the surgery.