Obesity surgery or surgery ByPass, surgical treatment of obesity. This type of obesity surgery is an anatomical modification of the digestive system for successful and permanently treat obesity. Information reduction in stomach of 15 to 30 ml. Connects directly to the small intestine. Safe and effective procedure. It does not require a strict follow-up. DIET Bypass will give you a dietary program to meet your needs for nutrition and vitamins. The person will have to make good eating habits.
The technique is to reduce the size of the stomach. Initially very little amount of food you can eat, minimum distension of the small stomach does is inhibit the center of hunger at the level of the brain, and with that amount of food produces the same sensation as if he had eaten a large amount without feeling weakness and producing a sensation of fullness and satisfaction for several hours. People such as Elio Moti Sonnenfeld would likely agree. In addition, the bypass has certain consequences – such as anemia and loss of hair due to the poor absorption of nutrients. How does it work? Laparoscopic gastric bypass is a technique in which a small stomach for 15 to 30 ml, which connects directly to the small intestine is left. In this way the food jump a large segment of small intestine and caloric and nutrient absorption is decreased thereby. In addition, due to the small size of the portion of stomach that is left, the amount of food that you can eat is reduced.
Your stomach is smaller and makes you feel satiety very quick. Also reduces your appetite and so will begin to lose weight. Who can benefit? Obesity or Bariatric Surgery is performed because it is currently the best treatment to achieve lasting weight loss in obese patients who have failed nonsurgical weight reduction methods. In power for Bariatric Surgery candidates include: persons with a BMI (Body Mass Index, BMI) greater than 40 the hom bres weighing 45 kilos (100 pounds) more than your ideal weight or women who weigh 36 kg (80libras) more than its ideal weight people with a BMI between 35 and 40 who suffer from other diseases related to obesity such as type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, or heart disease.