It is one of the most common methods. Closed or Laparoscopic method is used for the sleeve gastrectomy, or in other words, the procedure is performed through holes as small as 5 to 12 mm in diameter. In the Sleeve Gastrectomy, the size of the stomach is reduced by approximately 75-80% using surgical staplers. Moreover, the entire staple line is manually sewn once more and fibrin glue is sprayed over to boost the security. The resected stomach is removed without a need for an extra hole. The residual stomach measures approximately 100-150 ml in volume.
Gastric By-pass Surgery is primarily preferred for patients with diabetes mellitus and metabolic syndrome. Gastric By-pass Surgery is also the first option for patients with severe sweet eaters. As in the case with other methods, the procedure is carried out through small holes during the Gastric By-pass Surgery. In Gastric By-pass Surgery, the volume of the stomach and the small intestines. In the second phase, a second By-pass tract is created between the small intestines.
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Sleeve gastrectomy results in a 70% excess weight loss, while 80% of the excess weight can be lost after gastric bypass surgery. Many diseases improve in the postoperative period.
Resolution Rates after Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery:
Preoperative preparations for Obesity Surgery are more comprehensive and detailed relative to many other surgeries. The measurement results, laboratory tests and examination findings are discussed in a council and the final decision is made on the method of treatment. The council consists of;
Metabolic Surgeries carried out to manage Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes mellitus are quite safe procedures. Detailed preoperative examination, investigation and preparation boost the safety of such operations. The equipment available in the hospital, the experience of the surgical team and proper postoperative monitoring minimize the risks. The most common complications of these procedures are listed below, although they are rare.