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Attend one of our free bariatric surgery information sessions for:

- The health benefits of weight loss surgery

- Factors that make a person a likely surgical candidate

- An overview of surgical options for weight loss and weight loss expectations

- A chance to meet ILS bariatric surgeons and weight loss team

- An opportunity to complete the initial patient assessment form

 

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What are the types of surgery?

 

There are two types of Bariatric surgery procedures

- Restrictive Procedure

This aims at reducing the amount of food intake by leaving the patient in complete sate. ( sleeve resection)

- Malabsorptive / Combination

This aims at the prevention of absorption of food by the patients. ( Roux – en – Y Gastric Bypass )

LAP SLEEVE RESECTION

 

LAP SLEEVE RESECTION

It is considered to be much safer than the all other form of surgeries. Here 80 % of the patient’s stomach is stapled which assist in weight loss by putting a restriction on the food intake and further early satieties, as it reduces the hunger hormones. In this case, the digestion and the absorption of food takes place at a normal space. The process is for 3 years, in which 50 % of the weight loss takes place in the 1st year and 70 to 80 % in the following two years.

 

LAP ROUX - EN - Y GASTRIC BYPASS

 

LAP ROUX - EN - Y GASTRIC BYPASS

Here stapling is done to form a pouch in order to restrict the food consumption. A small part of the bowel is bypassed to delay the mixing of food with the digestive juices. The figures state that an average of 77 % of the body weight is lost after the surgery.

 


 


 


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