Put an end to morbid obesity with the Gastric ByPass
Among the treatments against obesity, the Gastric ByPass is one of the most complete surgical procedures for stomach reduction with surgery.
This mixed method allows patients to lose up to 75% of their excess weight. Limiting the amount of food ingested and nutrients absorbed on a daily basis. This stomach reduction will put an end to the diseases associated with extreme obesity and will restore, over time, the state of health.
Together with the Gastric Sleeve, the Gastric ByPass leads the ranking of bariatric surgeries performed both in our country and abroad.
How is the Gastric ByPass bariatric surgery performed?
Gastric ByPass stomach reduction is performed laparoscopically. A minimally invasive alternative that will reduce recovery times, as well as possible discomfort and pain during the weight loss process.
The objective of this procedure is to reduce the capacity of the stomach as much as possible and to have the food intake go directly from this new stomach to the end of the intestine. The patient will feel more satiety with less food consumption.
This bariatric surgery is considered a malabsorptive technique:
– Reduction of the capacity and size of the stomach.
– Elimination of the absorption of a large part of nutrients.
Gastric ByPass is performed under general anesthesia and requires hospitalization for 2 to 4 nights. The approximate intervention time is about 3 hours. The results are visible from the first moment and are progressive over time.
During the entire weight loss process, the nutrition team of Doctor Life Clinics will accompany the patient in his or her recovery. Indicating guidelines and recommendations to be followed in order to modify their lifestyle habits.
Who is Gastric ByPass Stomach Reduction for?
This stomach reduction surgery is indicated for patients with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 45. A situation of morbid and/or extreme obesity that causes serious daily health problems.
Gastric ByPass is usually the most recommended option after failed attempts of significant weight loss with other minimally invasive methods such as the Gastric Balloon.
Thanks to this bariatric intervention, the patient will be able to put an end to associated diseases such as type II diabetes, arterial hypertension, fatty liver, heart disease, asthma and cardiac alterations, among others.
Gastric ByPass results
The majority of Gastric ByPass patients have lost up to 60 kilos. It is a definitive surgical procedure so the chances of rebound effect are minimal. In addition, thanks to the nutritional follow-up included in Doctor Life Clinics, we can help you learn healthy eating habits to lead an active and healthy life.
Although the results of this technique begin to be seen within a few months, it is essential for the patient to commit to the nutritionist’s recommendations in order to achieve long-term weight loss.
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Gastric ByPass Frequently Asked Questions
Unlike other non-surgical stomach reduction treatments, the Gastric ByPass requires more care during the recovery process. One of the most important is food. After 48 hours, the patient will start a liquid diet based on broths, purees and soups, among other foods.
Progressively and with the help of the medical team specialized in nutrition, after 30 days, the consumption of solid products such as legumes, fish and fruits will be incorporated into the diet. The goal is for the patient to completely change their eating routines and learn to eat healthily.
Yes. ByPass is a stomach reduction through bariatric surgery. This means that the results are permanent and visible from the completion of the surgical procedure.
The exact number of kilos that a patient can lose with a Gastric ByPass always depends on the individual situation of each patient. In any case, patients who undergo this procedure will lose up to 75% of their current excess weight. Especially if the team’s recommendations and dietary guidelines are followed.
In most cases, yes. Patients may suffer certain nutritional deficiencies during the recovery and weight loss process. This is very common when reducing the intake of foods with a high level of vitamins, calcium and iron. Therefore, our obesity team will indicate if the intake of vitamins and nutritional supplements is necessary. Everything will always depend on the needs of each of our patients.
Both bariatric surgeries help patients to completely improve their health and put an end to the diseases associated with obesity. The procedure and the stomach reduction are totally different. The choice of one method or another will depend on the patient’s needs and situation. The decision will be made together with the team of highly specialized surgeons.
After admission to the hospital, the patient will begin recovery at home. The incorporation to the usual routine should wait approximately 3 weeks.
Like any other surgery, Gastric ByPass can be performed from the age of majority. However, a series of medical studies and analyses must first be carried out to determine whether the patient is morbidly obese.
Before performing bariatric surgery, the medical team will evaluate other possible less invasive options such as the Apollo Method or the Gastric Balloon.
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Other methods for weight loss
In Clinicas Doctor Life we have other methods to improve overweight situations that may be interesting depending on the case.
Ellipse Gastric Balloon Gastrectomy
Gastric Balloon 6 and 12 months